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.
Thousands of police officers from across the nation gathered Saturday for the funeral of Rafael Ramos, who was remembered as a husband, father and policeman whose tragic death at least temporarily appeared to bring an anguished city together after months of polarizing protests.
Long gone are the days when Harry "Soft Shoes" McGuirk ruled South Baltimore's Stonewall Democratic Club as a benevolent despot, the last of the city's old-school political bosses.
When the weather's good, a strange speck will be visible on the Baltimore skyline: a giant balloon the Army is floating high above Middle River to scan for cruise missiles.
Olympic star also wears socks to holiday party
So the Orioles didn’t get a power-hitting outfielder or a reliever in their Christmas stockings. They did regift and repurchase outfielder-designated hitter Delmon Young – so the 2014 postseason hero will be back in orange and black next season (assuming he passes his physical).
Around this time last year, the question of whether and when businessman Larry Hogan would enter the race for Maryland governor was of small interest beyond some hard-core Republican Party activists.
Insurance and real estate firms are scrambling to prepare for the expiration of a federal terrorism insurance program at the end of the month, warning that construction projects could be stalled and commercial loans on shopping malls, utilities and skyscrapers could be in jeopardy.