Baltimore author, entrepreneur and military veteran Wes Moore is a man on a quest.
Henry F. Hoeckel Jr., a retired estimator and project manager for the Genstar Stone Products Co. and a World War II veteran, died on Dec. 13 at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, Md., of heart failure. He was 89.
To Western eyes, the contradiction is mind-boggling.
They are so small, those books, and so light that the pair rest comfortably in one outspread hand.
The "Serial" podcast might be over, but the story sure isn't.
The Baltimore Museum of Industry announced Wednesday that Anita Kassof will become the organization's new executive director on Feb. 1.
Update: Super-fan Ronnie Akers death hasn't gone unnoticed by at least one member of his favorite team. On Wednesday morning, wide receiver Torrey Smith tweeted: "RIP Ronnie Akers."
Next week, Lake Montebello might develop a white coating or film — but city officials say it's no cause for concern.