As Friday’s 4 p.m. nonwaiver trade deadline looms, Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette is still attempting to improve the club’s 25-man roster by adding an outfielder with on-base skills and potentially another pitcher.
Amazon said Thursday that it has hired more than 2,500 people for full-time positions in Baltimore, a count that well exceeds initial estimates.
A lead prosecutor in the case against six Baltimore police officers charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray once represented the 25-year-old, according to court filings.
When is the Men's Detention Center at the Baltimore jail being shut down?
A program launched in 2011 by the state's largest health insurer to better coordinate patient care has slowed its overall pace of spending, avoiding millions in costs for the company and those it insures, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield reported Thursday.
Prosecutors have information indicating that Freddie Gray "attempted to injure himself" during a previous arrest, but have intentionally withheld it from their criminal case against the six Baltimore police officers charged in Gray's apprehension and death in April, the officers' attorneys said...
A Baltimore man who met with city police officials in the aftermath of Freddie Gray's death said he told then-Police Commissioner Anthony Batts he was Gray's brother-in-law, even though he was a friend of the family. The childhood friend of Gray's said he met with Batts and other officials on April...
A District Court judge on Thursday refused to reduce the $500,000 bail for a Curtis Bay woman charged with abandoning her baby on a Pasadena roadside.
When Gov. Larry Hogan decided to close Baltimore's long-troubled men's jail, he didn't call members of a state commission who had studied the issue. He didn't call the mayor of Baltimore. He just did it.
The federal government has rejected an appeal from the state for disaster aid, leaving in place an earlier decision denying millions of dollars to help pay for costs associated with rioting that broke out after the death of Freddie Gray.
Underwater grasses continue to rebound across the Chesapeake Bay, Maryland and Virginia scientists reported Thursday, with aerial surveys showing a 27 percent expansion last year.
WASHINGTON -- Rep. Chris Van Hollen's campaign for Senate won the support of a powerful state lawmaker on Thursday, the first endorsement in the contest by an elected official from Baltimore.
Traffic on the inner loop of Interstate 695 near Halethorpe was blocked after a multiple-vehicle crash Thursday, Baltimore County police said.
The annual salaries of Baltimore employees for Fiscal Year 2015 were released this week.
Baltimore received bids Wednesday from 10 body camera vendors hoping to win a contract to outfit the city's nearly 3,000 police officers next year with the devices, and city officials hope to begin a pilot program as soon as October.
When a driver being pulled over in Southwest Baltimore was shot by a police officer after allegedly reversing his vehicle and pinning the officer in the door of a patrol car, neighborhood residents began pouring out of their homes — "becoming a crowd of onlookers," according to one officer's account.
Kmart Corp. plans to close its Belair Road store in Baltimore County in November, laying off "at least" 102 employees.
Baltimore police are investigating three shootings that occurred since Wednesday night, the latest in a spate of violence across the city.
When the Baltimore City Jail opened in 1859, one spectator called it "the handsomest jail I ever saw."
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Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday that he will immediately shut down the decrepit Baltimore City Detention Center, moving inmates to nearby facilities and ending a long-standing "black eye" for the state.
WASHINGTON -- Rep. Elijah E. Cummings and Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski introduced an emergency spending bill that would direct $1.2 billion in funding to address challenges faced by inner-city neighborhoods, an effort to reverse what they described as decades of disinvestment.
An Edgemere couple were found dead inside their home Wednesday, the day police were charging the husband with assault for a dispute over a blocked driveway, Baltimore County police said Thursday.
Only one eastbound lane of Pulaski Highway at Erdman Avenue in East Baltimore is open, city officials said Thursday morning.
When the Orioles were in the process of being swept at Yankee Stadium last week, manager Buck Showalter attempted to settle the mounting criticism of his team as underachievers by proclaiming, “The sky isn't falling.”
Attorneys for the six Baltimore police officers charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray presented new evidence Wednesday to support their claims that a prosecutor went "shopping" for a judge to sign warrants for the officers' department-issued cellphones.
With cameras lining the sidewalk near the players' entrance of the Ravens facility in Owings Mills, stalwart outside linebacker Terrell Suggs was, predictably, the only player to acknowledge the attention given to the mundane act of showing up for work.
The NFL education of Ravens rookie wide receiver Breshad Perriman has included everything from how to line up in his stance to understanding how fatigue can affect his concentration and hands.
Longtime Baltimore Sun television/media critic David Zurawik won a National Press Club Award on Wednesday.
In a departure from his usual habit of directing barbs at New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs took the high road Wednesday when asked about the embattled former NFL Most Valuable Player, as he did during minicamp in June.
Orioles manager Buck Showalter often talks about these being “the good ol’ days,” and while he has undoubtedly been a key part of the club’s resurgence, he said his time in Baltimore has flown by.
What we have here is a he said/he said story originating with a West Baltimore man's complaint about how police and federal agents treated him one morning two weeks ago. It's the kind of story that, pre-Freddie Gray, I might have skipped, because concluding who's wrong and who's right is too hard....
The city will hire five new members for the Environmental Control Board as part of ongoing efforts to improve its operations, officials said Wednesday.
Twenty-five animals were killed in a house fire Tuesday night, according to the Baltimore City Health Department.
An electronic construction sign that was supposed to warn motorists about a road closure and detour in West Baltimore was programmed Wednesday with another message.
Maryland's prison admissions fell 19 percent over the last decade, driven by a 43 percent drop in admissions in Baltimore, according to a data analysis presented to a state panel on Wednesday.
The president and chief executive officer of the University of Maryland Medical Center will retire at the end of August, hospital officials announced Wednesday.
Mark Pappas, the founder of the iconic Pappas Restaurant, this week is celebrating his 55th anniversary in the restaurant business.
Air safety investigators have a "high degree of confidence" that aircraft debris found in the Indian Ocean is of a wing component unique to the Boeing 777, the same model as the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared last year, a U.S. official said Wednesday.