Haussner's. Hutzler's. The Gwynn Oak Amusement Park. Over the decades in Baltimore, institutions, attractions, activities, even whole industries have come and gone. For a glimpse of what you'll likely never see again, pore through these archive images in and around Charm City.
From the beaches of the Eastern Shore to the mountains of Western Maryland, our state is teeming with picturesque spots to visit. It's hard to choose just 50, but we gave it a shot. Here's our list of Maryland's most beautiful places.
Read the full story: Restored cannons retake place guarding Baltimore atop Patterson Park hill
From the Inner Harbor to the Cheapeake Bay to Ocean City, we witness some pretty awesome sunrises around Maryland. Here's a look at Maryland sunrises captured by The Sun's photographers over the years.
Pictures of Ravens players arriving at training camp in Owings Mills.
Take a look at decades of Charm City LGBT Pride before this weekend's festivities.
The Confederate Soldier Memorial was created by Point Lookout Prisoners-of-War Descendants Organization, which sought to fly the flag year-round on the Confederate cemetery grounds nearby. The National Cemetery Administration, which oversees the cemetery, would not allow it.
Nearly $6 million in renovations have prepared the 200-year-old monument for a bicentennial celebration. Thousands are expected for the Fourth of July event featuring a naturalization ceremony, crafts, food, music, and a chance to climb to the top of the monument.