From the night Abraham Lincoln secretly rode a train into Baltimore en route to his inauguration in 1861, through April 24, 1865, when his body lay in a coffin at the Merchant Exchange downtown, his fate was a tragedy largely written in Charm City — by men and women who lived, worked, met and hid...
When Ilise Marrazzo was growing up, Easter was one of her favorite holidays. But the celebration often left her feeling perplexed.
Heather Elizabeth Cook, the Episcopal bishop accused of driving under the influence and killing a local bicyclist in December, made her first public appearance since the accident, accepting a trial date of June 4 during an arraignment Thursday in Baltimore Circuit Court.
Heather Cook, the Episcopal bishop charged with driving under the influence and fatally striking a bicyclist in December, effectively entered a not-guilty plea Thursday by accepting a June trial date.
He keeps a healthy diet, rarely has medical complaints and has little time to drop by the doctor's office, so like many Americans over 50, Ted Mathias just didn't get around to taking one of modern medicine's most significant examinations.
For Annie Haun of Annapolis and her mother, Jackie Dutton of Phoenix, it has been a family ritual for years: drop everything one day on the first weekend of March, meet at the Timonium Fairgrounds for the Maryland Home and Garden Show, and snap up a few harbingers of spring.