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.
Orioles manager Buck Showalter is considering opening the season with a short bench in order at keep a 13th pitcher on the Opening Day roster.
State environmental officials and the owners of the Sparrows Point peninsula are moving toward a settlement to correct alleged regulatory violations at the former steelmaking site.
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.
The first two villages have submitted candidate filings for the upcoming Columbia Association elections, and at least one familiar name is not in the mix.
A Baltimore Housing Authority proposal to sell more than a third of its 11,000 public housing units to private developers in order to finance $300 million in capital improvements to the properties has got some advocates and tenants worried. Some...
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...
Del. Jon Cardin is quite obviously putting politics ahead of what, he claims, are his strongest legislative priorities. The Sun's article,...
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