Blink and you may miss the Falls Road Running Store.
Blink and you may miss the Falls Road Running Store.
Baltimore police — in uniform and plainclothes — will be out in force for Saturday's holiday celebrations that come amid federal warnings about potential terrorist threats and increased violence in the city since the death of Freddie Gray.
Since the death of Freddie Gray and the protests (then riots) that resulted, artists in Baltimore have responded in various ways. Street art has been one avenue. A prime example, created soon after the disturbances, is a bold mural painted at the intersection where Gray was arrested.
The barricades, scaffolding and fences that surrounded Baltimore's Washington Monument for months have been torn down, leaving the gleaming marble pillar ready to accept visitors for the first time in five years.
Danielle Wilder said she has moved from her Baltimore home but isn't telling anyone — even family members — where she lives now.
— Baltimore could lose $28 million a year in federal funding under an Obama administration proposal that also would change how some of the nation's largest housing agencies deliver services.
Nicolaos Trintis, former owner of Bill's Cafe near Dundalk, was sentenced to five years in prison Thursday for a three-year pattern of sexual abuse against a girl who lived above the bar more than three decades ago.
Timmy Kelly of Calvert Hall and Loyola Blakefield's Ryan Conrad are longtime friends who have played lots of lacrosse both with and against each other. They know the game well, and that's why both of them were concerned at halftime of Friday night's 10th Under Armour Senior All-America lacrosse...
Bel Air, Kingsville, Havre de Grace, Edgewood gearing up for July 4th
Chuck Boyle was honored by Harford Community College with the 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award for his professional achievements as well as his lifelong commitment to the community and to the college a
The second location does everything the first one does, and a little more quietly
The 5th annual Kayak Poker Event June 13 helped raise money for the Harford Land Trust, but it was more about spreading the word about the organization's mission of preserving private and public land and protecting the natural resources of Harford County.
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With a handful of Alabama counties still refusing to grant gay marriages even as they issued licenses for straight weddings, a federal judge ruled Wednesday that all must abide by court decisions allowing same-sex unions.
Beneath the statue of French general Marquis de Lafayette in Mount Vernon, gay rights advocates gathered Sunday to celebrate the Supreme Court victory for same-sex marriage and to highlight the ongoing struggles for full equality.
The decades-long debate about whether same-sex marriage should be allowed in the United States was finally settled Friday when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled gay and lesbian couples can get married anywhere in the country.
Victories in LGBT rights have left a state advocacy group with dwindling funding.
Investigators found no evidence of a shooting after the Washington Navy Yard went on lockdown Thursday when someone reported shots fired in the same building where a gunman killed 12 workers in a rampage two years ago.
Confronted with a need to recruit culturally sensitive workers to help process 20,000 immigrant naturalizations a year in Maryland, Gregory L. Collett turned to a half-century-old presidential decree to drum up applicants.
Dr. Griffin P. Rodgers has long been interested in sickle cell anemia — back to high school, when he saw the first of three friends die of the painful disease.
Workers at Antietam National Battlefield took Confederate flags, T-shirts and magnets off gift shop shelves Thursday as the National Park Service announced plans to stop selling some items with the increasingly controversial symbol.
It will cost you more to park at the inlet parking lot in Ocean City on the Fourth of July, but the $50 flat fee will cover all day.
The fields near here are lush and green, but farmer Kyle Hutchison wanted to give his corn crop one last dose of plant food before the chest-high stalks grew too tall to treat.
Headed out for a long holiday weekend? Keep in mind that traffic patterns and parking will be affected by some of these events. Here's a quick look at what's poppin' for the holiday weekend on the shore:
The Supreme Court ruled Monday against the Obama administration's attempt to limit power plant emissions of mercury and other hazardous air pollutants, but it may only be a temporary setback for regulators.
If you possess memories of the glory days of retail shopping on Howard Street, don't try revisiting them this summer. So much of the street remains a vacant shell, an empty place awaiting a developer with the ability to reinvent it.
David Weinberg, the retired owner of an auto body repair business who was a sibling of billionaire philanthropist Harry Weinberg, died of pneumonia June 16 at Sinai Hospital. The Pikesville resident was 100.
Authorities in southern Maryland say a woman gave marijuana to children at a birthday party and tried to teach a 6-year-old how to smoke.
Europeans struggled Friday to find relief from unusually high temperatures, but the U.N. weather agency said the continent is better prepared than ever to avoid major heat casualties.
There are media lessons to be learned from the spectacle of bumptious Donald Trump being stripped of multimillion-dollar relationships with Macy's, Serta, NBC and Univision after making derogatory remarks about Mexican immigrants. Beyond the cost of arrogance and insensitivity, the most important...
Even though Orioles manager Buck Showalter has yet to announce his rotation plans beyond this weekend’s series against the Chicago White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field, all signs point to right-hander Kevin Gausman remaining in the rotation and veteran right-hander Bud Norris being demoted to the bullpen.