Baltimore Sun news article on probe at SPCA. Click here for the article.
Jan. 16 Ohmidog, reports SPCA staff received threats. Click here for the story.
Ohmidog, a virtual news source “for dog lovers” reports that the CCSPCA faces growing allegations. See the story here
On January 13 citizens addressed the county commissioners at the preliminary budget hearing about concerns with funding the CCSPCA. Click here to go the commissioners page and once you arrive there click on the listen link for Jan. 13.
WBAL TV Baltimore airs a story on the CCSPCA on Jan. 12. Click here to see the video of the broadcast.
Jan. 20, WBAL Radio broadcasts news piece about CCSPCA and airs piece containing comments from CCSPCA President Nancy Schwerzler. Click here to listen to the news piece.
Pet News (zootoo): “Shelter Faces Abuse Claims: Investigation Ensues. Click here for article
Jan. 19 – Fox 45 news covered the situation. Click here to see the video
Jan 15 WMAR News Report. Click here to go to the report
Wilmington News Journal Covers the CCSPCA allegations on Jan 14. Click here for the article.
WBAL Talk Show Host C4 discusses the SPCA situation. Click here for the Jan 14 audio.
Jan. 13 news report on Jan. 13 on WJZ. Click here for the video
Oct 22, 2008 — Sherman Sham, a blog created by “supporters of the Cecil County SPCA” but “not authorized or endorsed by the SPCA” attacks WBAl TV Reporter John Sherman for investigating the CCSPCA. The web site when it was discovered had content attacking the reporters credibility. But soon after practically all regional broadcast and print media started covering the story out of Baltimore and Sherman Sham was discovered its content was removed from the World Wide Web. Nonetheless, the site’s material, documenting an October attempt to investigate complaints, was archived on the Internet so portions of it are presented here to provide some idea of the material on those pages. Click here to see what is presently up on http://shermansham.wordpress.com. It is vastly different than the way it appeared on Jan. 14, 2009 as practically all media in the region covered this news story.