In the offseason, the Maryland women's basketball team welcomed the nation's top-rated recruiting class to campus, practiced for its summer trip as if it were an early-season tournament, traveled to Italy for two exhibition games and entered fall practice with a pair of preseason All-Americans...
A well-respected Maryland State School board member quit Tuesday, saying he believed Gov. Larry Hogan had usurped the power of the independent board when he issued an executive order requiring schools to start after Labor Day. James Gates, a University of Maryland physicist who has served for seven...
A Morgan State University administrator is the newest appointee to the Baltimore City school board. Michelle Harris Bondima, who serves as statewide coordinator of the Community College Leadership Doctoral Program at Morgan State University, began her tenure Tuesday night. Before joining Morgan,...
Three of the leading candidates for Baltimore mayor clashed Tuesday in their first broadcast debate of the general election. But they did so without Democratic state Sen. Catherine E. Pugh, the favorite in the race, who pulled out after initially confirming her attendance. Pugh's absence frustrated...
It's a lot easier — and probably a lot more fun — to spend the season trying prove everybody wrong than to carry the weight of having to prove everybody right.
As an eight-story apartment building starts to rise in Station North, public officials, community members and celebrities used the occasion to celebrate the renaissance of the neighborhood — and call for more investment across the city. Rep. Elijah E. Cummings and "Wire" actor Wendell Pierce were...
Breshad Perriman sat slouched in front of his locker at MetLife Stadium, a hood and winter hat covering part of his face. Ravens wide receiver Kamar Aiken offered a few reassuring words to Perriman before he headed to the shower. Mike Wallace then spent about five minutes talking to the young receiver,...
Baltimore will take center stage in an upcoming episode of "Burgers, Brew & 'Que" on the Food Network, which will also feature an appearance from actor Josh Charles. The episode, dubbed "Beers, Burgers and Bocce in Baltimore," premieres Friday at 10 p.m. Heavy Seas Alehouse and Le Garage make...
“Gotham” works best when it simplifies episodes and doesn’t have a dozen, frenzied storylines. It’s even better when those fewer, strong stories are unified in a common theme. Monday night's theme of heartache is a familiar one. In fact, I think the “pick the love interest you want to live” trope...
A torn biceps wiped out Matt Elam’s 2015 campaign before it even began. And a knee injury in August threatened to do the same thing for the Ravens strong safety’s 2016 season.
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