Try digitalPLUS for 10 days for only $0.99

Deadly month sees 35 killings

Hours after Baltimore's mayor huddled with police officials to discuss the recent spike in violence, two more people were killed Monday — making May the city's deadliest month since 1999.

Memorial Day 2015

Read more

Orioles

More Orioles
 

The Orioles' bullpen is heating up

Here’s the one thing you need to know about whether the Orioles can jumpstart this season in late May: The bullpen is getting hot again.

Maryland

More Maryland

In-depth: Freddie Gray

Freddie Gray coverage

Video

More video

Business

More business
  • B&P Tunnel replacement new focus of Baltimore's push for double-stacked trains

    B&P Tunnel replacement new focus of Baltimore's push for double-stacked trains

    Nearly 20 years ago, Gov. Parris N. Glendening had lunch with the chief executive of CSX to pitch the railroad chief on investing $40 million to expand the Howard Street Tunnel and another one in Harper's Ferry, W.Va., to make the port of Baltimore more competitive.

  • Verizon/AOL deal means more opportunity, competition for Baltimore 'ad tech hub'

    Verizon/AOL deal means more opportunity, competition for Baltimore 'ad tech hub'

    A decade ago, a pair of Baltimore brothers turned technology placing ads within an Internet video game into a $435 million windfall in selling Advertising.com. Ten years later, the same Baltimore-based technology is central to a deal worth 10 times more.

  • Five Questions for Mona Ameli

    Five Questions for Mona Ameli

    Mona Ameli has spent nearly two decades in the world of direct sales, working for companies in California that market products through networks of independent contractors. She's had management roles in some of the largest companies in the health, wellness and beauty industries: Herbalife International,...

Entertainment

More entertainment

Lifestyle

More lifestyle

Sports

More sports

Opinion

More opinion
  • Masking the truth at the BMA

    Masking the truth at the BMA

    After reading the Baltimore Museum of Art's 400-word description of Liberia's Sande society — whose wooden masks are on now display in the renovated African Art gallery — you would be forgiven for thinking that the powerful social and political group was just a welcome wagon into womanhood for...

  • The endangered pollinators

    The endangered pollinators

    For those who visit the Maryland State Fair each year, the honey and wax exhibit is always a highlight. A busy hive of bees can be viewed through a plastic window, there's locally-produced honey and candles in a variety of shapes and sizes for sale, and members of the Maryland State Beekeepers...

  • Ready for Kindergarten?

    Ready for Kindergarten?

    Even Maryland's youngest students are feeling the effect of the state's switch to the more rigorous academic requirements of the Common Core standards. This week state officials reported that fewer than half the state's 4- and 5-year-olds are "fully ready" to succeed when they enter Kindergarten,...

Events

Find or submit events

Sun Investigates

More Sun Investigates
  • Baltimore police rarely charged in deaths

    Baltimore police rarely charged in deaths

    Marleta House struggled for years to stop hating the Baltimore police officer who shot and killed her husband in 1999 after mistaking his cellphone for a gun. "I don't hate him now," said House, who lives in Dundalk. "He has to answer to a higher power."

  • Grow the city by 10,000 businesses? Not really

    Grow the city by 10,000 businesses? Not really

    The new board chair of the Greater Baltimore Committee said in remarks Monday at the organization's annual meeting that the city should focus on growing — not just by 10,000 families, as in Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's mantra, but by 10,000 businesses as well.

  • City shuts off water to delinquent residents; hits Baltimore Co. homes hardest

    City shuts off water to delinquent residents; hits Baltimore Co. homes hardest

    Baltimore officials, trying to collect some $40 million in long-unpaid water bills, have shut off service to more than 1,600 customers in the past six weeks.

Loading

70°