Photographs of the Freddie Gray unrest taken by professionals and amateurs. Eubie Blake's celesta and cuff links. A whimsical sign from a decades-old Baltimore gay bar. The door from a building at segregation-era Druid Hill Park. Just a few of the fascinating items in two modest-sized exhibits...
A panel charged with assessing Maryland's vulnerability to cyberattacks recommended Friday that the state create a team of emergency personnel charged with defending its networks against hackers. The General Assembly created the Maryland Cybersecurity Council last year and asked for regular reports...
First pitch, broadcast info, starting pitchers and what to watch in the Orioles' game against the Mariners.
A member of Gov. Larry Hogan's cabinet has left the administration for a private sector job. The governor's office announced Friday that Gail Bassette, secretary of the Department of General Services, had resigned to take a "senior executive" position. Nelson Reichart, the department's deputy secretary,...
Federal environmental regulators have ruled that a coal-burning power plant in northern Anne Arundel County is emitting unhealthy levels of the air pollutant sulfur dioxide, rejecting the Hogan administration's argument that the air is clean enough. The Environmental Protection Agency said Friday...
The Ravens drafted Darren Waller as a wide receiver out of Georgia Tech in the sixth round of the 2015 NFL draft. Waller is transitioning to tight end this season, but faced long odds to make the team even before his suspension.
We've been down this TV road before: unidentified men in masks and hoods pointing guns at the camera and saying "the system" is to blame for the crimes they commit. Two summers ago, it was National Geographic Channel's "Drugs, Inc.: The High Wire," which purported to be a backstage look at drug...
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake was outside City Hall Friday afternoon taking direction from a Food Network film crew. But no one will say exactly what the lame duck Democrat was filming. A crew member said the four-person team was from "the Food Network" when asked by a reporter. But the...
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