City Hall is laying the groundwork for a major overhaul of Lexington Market. But officials acknowledge that managing what happens outside is vital to achieving success inside.
Timothy Virts, the man charged with killing the mother of his children, who then fled with one daughter, has waived his right to extradition proceedings.
The Orioles have announced that they have trimmed their spring roster to 53 -- with 15 nonroster invitees -- by optioning catcher Michael Ohlman and left-hander Tim Berry to Double-A Bowie while reassigning catcher Brian Ward to minor league camp.
The Columbia Triathlon Association — one of the country's premier endurance race organizers — expects to be taking event registrations again and offering reassurance to nervous athletes on its website next week after drafting a plan to...
Homeless and injured animals seem to have something of a magnetic attraction to Boyer, who's a Baltimore police officer.
Show lays out the template for an anthology approach that helps reinvent one of the most tried-and-true genres TV has ever produced.
Cornerback Corey Graham exceeded the expectations of just about everyone beyond himself and the Ravens after he signed with the team as a free agent two offseasons ago.
In 2011, Governor Martin O'Malley issued an executive order giving the state departments of the environment and of natural resources a clear directive: Determine whether and how natural gas production from the Marcellus Shale in Maryland can be...
How dare U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry talk about freedom for the Ukrainian people after he betrayed his comrades who were being killed...
Remember when former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney said that Russia was our number one "geopolitical foe" in the world, and that it...
One of The Sun's readers was very upset about hurting the Inner Harbor's reputation with the recent reporting of a dead body found...
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