Once a 'little dive,' Chaps now a pit beef legend

Once a 'little dive,' Chaps has become a Baltimore pit beef legend

The stretch of U.S. 40 in eastern Baltimore and Baltimore County was known as "pit beef row," with Chaps, Big Al's and Big Fat Daddy's calling the strip home.

Hopkins agrees to pay $190 million to settle Levy claims

Class-action lawsuit alleged that gynecologist Dr. Nikita A. Levy surreptitiously recorded patients over the course of several years.

Martin O'Malley and David Simon together on a train. Really.

Z on TV: The governor and "The Wire" creator share a beer on an Acela train to Baltimore.

Residents see some gray areas in city's new curfew

Residents see some gray areas in city's new curfew

Percy Smith is against Baltimore's new curfew. Like many of its critics, he's fine with keeping kids off the street late at night; he's just concerned about how it will be implemented.

Rodgers Forge residents turn out for feedback meeting on Towson U. stadium

Rodgers Forge residents turn out for feedback meeting on Towson U. stadium

A heated discussion about an electrical conduit turned into a conduit of its own for Rodgers Forge residents whose frustrations with Towson University officials over improvements to a softball field adjacent to the Towson neighborhood has grown into what many called issues of trust.

No incidences after Cinemark opening, Balto.Co. police report

Frustration grows with county government officials over fallen tree

Campaign sign theft season arriving in Harford

Campaign sign theft season arriving in Harford

Campaign signs in Harford County are more prominent than ever. As this year's general election inches closer, boards bearing the names of all kinds of candidates have been taking over street corners and local lawns.


Hogan, many Democrats work the crowd at annual clam bake

Hogan, many Democrats work the crowd at annual clam bake

Republican Larry Hogan entered the 38th annual J. Millard Tawes Crab and Clam Bake to the sound of his name being chanted.

Looking Out: Killing of Baltimore transgender woman, sister of NBA player, makes international news

Killing of Baltimore transgender woman, NBA player's sister, goes international

Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts held a press conference to convey a commitment to solving the crime and improving police relations with the transgender community.

Fort Meade reluctant to promote gambling

Fort Meade reluctant to promote gambling

Studies show disproportionately high rates of gambling addiction among veterans.

Kid-approved after-camp snacks [(cool) progeny]

Kid-approved after-camp snacks [(cool) progeny]

Here are six healthy and simple snacks that can be ready on the fly.

Delaney goes his own way, focusing on 'big ideas' [Maryland Reporter]

First-world problems power rankings [I Hate JJ Redick]

Secondary drowning threat can linger long after leaving water [Well & Wise]

Man shot in leg in West Baltimore

A man was shot in the leg in West Baltimore Monday night, police said.

Scenes from Artscape 2014 [Pictures]

Past festivals have drawn an average of about 350,000 people. Attendance was likely on track to...

Annapolis acting city manager resigns

Annapolis City Hall is facing yet another departure: Brian Woodward, the recreation and parks...

Despite fighting, Baltimore family is moving to Israel | VIDEO

Ever since spending their honeymoon in Israel in 2000, David and Helaine Brenner had dreamed about...

Prince George's County casino gets the go-ahead to start construction

The Prince George's County Council approved construction Monday of MGM Resorts' nearly $1 billion...

Robbery closes Whole Foods store in Harbor East

Whole Foods in Harbor East closed for several hours Sunday afternoon after a man robbed the store, a...

Man who killed friend in bulletproof vest stunt is held without bail

The man accused of shooting his friend of 15 years in the chest, missing the bulletproof vest he was...

Man hit by piece of steel at Sparrows Point

A man was seriously injured after he was hit by a piece of steel at Sparrows Point on Friday,...

Striving to get health care to homeless people 'where they are'

Now Health Care for the Homeless has created a program to ensure that people don't fall through...

Arundel road-rage murder trial draws wide interest

When a New Jersey police officer goes on trial Monday in Annapolis in the killing of a Lansdowne man...

Cybersecurity firms among top recipients of venture funding in Maryland

Maryland companies raised $64 million in venture capital funding this spring, with some of the...

Stevenson U. names interim business dean

Aris Melissaratos, a former Maryland secretary of business and economic development, has been...

Baltimore County bouncer turned businessman is in the fight of his life

In the wake of his company's collapse, Jeffrey Cohen sits in jail, awaiting a court battle over...

Woman injured after being thrown from horse in Pasadena

A 56-year-old woman suffered life-threatening injuries Sunday after being thrown from a horse in...

Maryland gets waiver extension for teacher evaluations

Maryland can put off using test scores to evaluate teachers through the next school year under a...

Police find missing rower dead in Talbot County

A 76-year-old St. Michael's man was found dead Sunday after he went missing while rowing in Broad...

Three sought in Wells Fargo bank robberies

Three men are sought in connection with two recent robberies at a Baltimore bank.

Baltimore mayor reaches out to residents on new youth curfew

As Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake set out to pitch a community forum on the city's new youth...


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James J. Connolly, manager

James J. Connolly, manager

James J. Connolly, a retired Bethlehem Steel Corp. manager whose career spanned 40 years, died July 4 of liver cancer at his Towson home. He...

Deborah W. Alper, Hopkins director

Deborah W. Alper, Hopkins director

Deborah W. Alper, former director of intellectual property management and business development at the Johns Hopkins University's Bloomberg...

Rev. Joseph Messer, Roman Catholic priest

Rev. Joseph Messer, Roman Catholic priest

The Rev. Father Joseph Valentine Messer, a Roman Catholic priest who served in Glen Burnie and Severna Park, died of dementia...


Dan Rodricks

Dan Rodricks

World's refugee crisis comes to U.S. and Maryland - July 22, 2014 - Humanity faces its biggest refugee crisis since World War II, and Rep. Andy Harris, the Republican congressman from Maryland's 1st...

Jacques Kelly

Jacques Kelly

Watching progress on former Centre Theatre on North Avenue - July 18, 2014 - After spending a few hours inside the former Centre Theatre on North Avenue, I had no trouble envisioning its dazzling future. What had...