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Hogan posts strong fundraising in GOP campaign for governor

Hogan posts strong fundraising in GOP campaign for governor

Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan has emerged as a major force in his party's chase for campaign cash, collecting more money since he joined the race three months ago than his rivals took in all of last year, figures from the campaign show.

Anthropologie, Talbots coming to Columbia mall expansion

Women's clothing retailers Anthropologie and Talbots are among three retailers that will be added this summer to the Columbia mall's expansion wing.

Baltimore's 10 most expensive homes for sale [Pictures]

Find how where Baltimore's most expensive homes on the market are and how much they are worth.

Batts says 'culture change' needed to improve interactions with LGBT community

Batts says 'culture change' needed to improve LGBT interactions

Members of gay community said they still feel targeted, disrespected or left to fend for themselves.

Sparks sportscaster's book tells 'a son's story of love, loss, and life' from NFL sidelines

Sparks sportscaster's book tells 'a son's story of love, loss, and life' from NFL sidelines

Long before his father was diagnosed with Alzheimer's, Gerry Sandusky was a good friend to the Alzheimer's Association Greater Maryland Chapter.

Upper Chesapeake settles federal discrimination suit

Upper Chesapeake settles federal discrimination suit

Upper Chesapeake Health System agreed to pay $180,000 to settle a disability discrimination and retaliation lawsuit brought on behalf of a former employee of the organization's Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said Tuesday.

GLCCB organizing 'Orioles Outings' for LGBT baseball fans this summer

GLCCB organizing 'Orioles Outings' for LGBT baseball fans this summer

Proceeds from ticket sales will support center programming.

Reports raise concerns over security at federal field offices

Reports raise concerns over security at federal field offices

From metal detectors to ID checks, visitors entering agency headquarters and large federal facilities in and around the nation's capital are subjected to intense security — so much so that they're often warned to leave extra time to get through the screening.

Several are rescued after downpours cause flash flooding

A homeless woman whose wooded campsite in Glen Burnie was swallowed by flash flooding amid heavy...

Volunteer firefighter accused of setting 2007 Halethorpe blaze

When a fire broke out at a home on Myrtle Avenue in Halethorpe, members of the English Consul...

Six rescued from Magothy River after boat sank

Six people were rescued from the cold, choppy Magothy River on Sunday evening after their small boat...

Phelps plans to return to competition this month

Michael Phelps appears set to return to competitive swimming later this month. 

Dan Rodricks: Investment in Baltimore, beyond our expectations

New apartments, Lord Baltimore renovation evidence belief in the city.

Laurel Council votes to join new regional transportation agency

The Laurel City Council approved an ordinance this week that makes the city part of the new Regional...

Charm City Tribe restoring tradition to Baltimore's young Jewish community

Following religious values taught as a youth can be difficult for many when entering adulthood,...

Community leaders want Towson failing intersection recognized

GTCCA says York Road/Burke Ave. crossroads should be included in development moratorium map.

One dead in York Road double stabbing

One male victim was killed and another remains in critical condition after a fight led to them being...

Baltimore man, 25, charged in rape of 13-year-old girl

A 25-year-old Baltimore man was arrested last week and charged in the rape of a 13-year-old girl...

Two older victims not intended targets in Dundalk shooting

A man and woman, both 65 years old, were visiting people in Dundalk Saturday night when they were...

PG County judge named chief of Maryland District Court

A judge from Prince George's County has been named the next chief judge of the state's District...

Shake Shack to open a location in Inner Harbor

The popular Shake Shack burger chain said Tuesday it will open a Baltimore restaurant early next...

Diesel tank leaks in Columbia

Howard County and Maryland Department of the Environment officials are investigating a fuel spill...

Hopkins students create musical staircase

Some students and professors have mastered the fancy footwork to play a song on the musical stairs.

Police search for leads in kayaker shooting | VIDEO

Maryland Natural Resources Police continue to investigate the case of a man who was shot while...

Poppleton redevelopment moves forward

Plans call for two large, orange-accented buildings, two parks.

Stolen Baltimore City police car recovered in Catonsville

An unmarked Baltimore City Police vehicle reported stolen on the morning of April 11 was recovered...

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