U.S. Surgeon General Regina M. Benjamin, center, was the keynote speaker at the Doctors for America national meeting in Washington, D.C. Havre d Grace's Don Mathis, left, and his wife, Carol Mathis, participated in the meeting and shared some policy insights with Dr. Benjamin.
About 500 people gathered for a candlelight vigil at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field on Thursday night to celebrate the life of freshman lacrosse defenseman Jeremy Huber, 18, who was found dead in his dorm Monday morning.
A last-second win Sunday over Northwestern at Xfinity Center might have helped the No. 16 Maryland men’s basketball team’s national ranking, spot in the Big Ten Conference standings and, maybe, its wavering confidence.
Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette has spent this offseason staying quiet about his future with the organization, even as speculation increased throughout the winter that he was linked to — and coveted — the Toronto Blue Jays’ team president and CEO job.
A Baltimore 12-month-old with a suspected case of measles, a highly contagious respiratory disease, does not have the virus, city health officials said Thursday.
President Barack Obama revived his call Thursday for an end to deep cuts in federal spending, an appeal that fell squarely in the divide between Republicans in Congress who want to rein in costs and those who want to boost the Pentagon's budget.
Lexington Market could be rebuilt and host a weekly farmers' market if the city follows through on new recommendations for an institution dogged by a reputation for safety problems and lack of cleanliness.
A Baltimore County attorney who acknowledged having inadvertently disclosed information that led to a client's murder agreed to an indefinite suspension of his law license, records show.