City officials are set to pay $50,000 to a local law firm to better train police officers on how to legally stop people they encounter, among other topics.
Former New York State Lottery chief Gordon Medenica has been named by Gov. Larry Hogan to head the Maryland agency overseeing five casinos and the state's lottery system.
East Coast regulators moved Tuesday to boost the allowable catch of Atlantic menhaden by 10 percent, after scientists concluded the little oily fish on which so many other fish depend aren't as scarce as previously thought.
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch met with members of Freddie Gray's family today, part of a tour that included discussions with officials and community leaders about the 25-year-old whose death sparked rioting and looting around the city.
SOMERSET, N.J. (AP) — A Maryland man working in a drainage ditch outside a central New Jersey home was killed when he was buried in a trench collapse.
If you were wondering about Under Armour-related activity out at Port Covington today, including a tent and banner proclaiming the area as the future home of the sports apparel brand, it’s Armour Day, an annual event for employees.
As rioting broke out last Monday evening in Baltimore, Southwest Airlines canceled 10 flights scheduled to depart the following morning from nearby BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport.
While 14 of the 18 men's lacrosse teams in the NCAA Division I tournament get six or seven days to prepare for their first-round games, Towson does not have that luxury.
Everyman Theatre artistic director Vincent Lancisi summarizes the goal for next season, the company's 25th anniversary, in a short phrase: "We're going to up our game."
There appears to be no appetite in Annapolis for a special session of the legislature to address anything related to the Freddie Gray case.
The Orioles will open their six-day road trip to New York tonight with the first of two interleague games against the New York Mets at Citi Field.
President Barack Obama, making his eighth appearance Monday on the "Late Show," said that rebuilding trust with police has to be a central effort in avoiding the kind of racial tensions and rioting that took place last week in Baltimore.
The Baltimore city school board voted Monday to adopt a $1.3 billion budget proposed by schools CEO Gregory Thornton, but a funding increase for neighborhood schools remains in limbo and charter school leaders say they're being shortchanged.
Spike Gjerde of Woodberry Kitchen has won the James Beard award for "Best Chef: Mid Atlantic," one of 10 regional chef categories in the prestigious culinary awards competition.
CVS Health said Monday it remains committed to Baltimore and plans to rebuild as the city launched a website designed to help businesses reopen.
St. John Properties said Monday it started construction of three new buildings in the Baltimore Crossroads business park.
A man was stabbed to death, and a suspect was arrested, in a fight outside a homeless services center in Baltimore Monday afternoon, police said.
City officials plan several "drastic changes" to the popular Charm City Circulator network in order to reduce costs — eliminating the Banner route through Locust Point and reducing service on the Green and Orange routes, said transportation director William Johnson.
A Baltimore County judge stopped completion — at least temporarily — of a 21-mile natural gas pipeline through northern Baltimore and Harford counties, declaring that state regulators failed to do enough to protect environmentally sensitive waterways and historic properties in the controversial...
A longtime Mount Vernon car repair shop, where classical music set the establishment's tone, shut its doors last week after nearly 90 years.
Urban farmers would qualify for property tax breaks of 90 percent, under a bill the City Council sent Monday to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.
When charges were announced Friday against Alicia White for the death of Freddie Gray, her phone started buzzing from journalists and bail bondsmen.
In the wake of unrest in Baltimore, a panel discussion at this week's Maryland Film Festival will feature four notable writers whose works touch on Baltimore, race or some combination thereof: "The Wire" creator David Simon; Pulitzer Prize winner and Baltimore writer Taylor Branch; National Book...
Unlike Maryland's five existing casinos, the $1.2 billion MGM National Harbor will be a "destination" resort projected to attract more than half of its business from outside the state, the top executive of MGM Resorts International said.
Regardless of whether Jimmy Paredes fades or maintains after a scorching start at the plate this season, the switch hitter has found his share of believers inside the Orioles clubhouse.
More than 4,700 Marylanders signed up for health insurance during a special six-week enrollment period that helped them to avoid a federal tax penalty in 2015.
Hanover-based networking technology company Ciena Corp. plans to acquire software company Cyan Inc. in a $400 million cash and stock deal, the companies said Monday.
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama on Monday discussed the economic underpinnings of racial tension in places like Baltimore as he announced the creation of a nonprofit organization intended to provide opportunities for young men of color.
A brief spell of heat brought the hottest temperatures of the year to date Monday, with more to come Tuesday.
A gunshot Monday near a city intersection that saw the worst of the rioting a week ago and became the scene of frequent protests over the death of Freddie Gray underscored continuing tensions in Baltimore.
Though hurricane season doesn't officially start for nearly another month, the National Hurricane Center is watching for an area of low pressure that forecasters give a 30 percent chance of becoming a subtropical storm within the next five days.
A former Anne Arundel County school teacher has been charged with possession of child pornorgraphy, county police said Monday.
The Rev. Donte L. Hickman Sr. worked five years to make his vision of a senior housing complex and community resource center a reality in East Baltimore. He persuaded a developer, politicians and bureaucrats to buy into his dream for the Mary Harvin Transformation Center, and secured city approvals,...
Fliers who use BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport soon will have a couple of new options for travel.
A Baltimore circuit judge ruled Monday that Gov. Larry Hogan did not violate the Maryland Constitution when he ordered that hundreds of people arrested during last week's riots could be held longer than 24 hours before seeing a court commissioner.
The Maryland Public Service Commission has extended its deadline to rule on the proposed merger between utility giant Exelon Corp. and Pepco Holdings Inc. for a fifth time.
City police on Monday reported a Sunday night homicide in southwest Baltimore, reported a shooting in Druid Heights and have identified two other victims in recent shootings.
Classic alternative rock — too recent to be considered oldies, but dated nonetheless — is a thing.
The National Guard troops who were deployed to Baltimore to after the riots last week have left the streets, a spokesman said, and the last of them are expected to complete their mission Tuesday.
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