Orioles merchandise sales spike

When the Orioles won the team's first American League East division title in 17 years, many fans knew the next play.


Kids outfitted with new hands made on 3-D printers 

Hopkins doctor joins big volunteer network using high-tech printers to fill need for little...

Man shot in Broadway East

A man was critically injured in a shooting in Broadway East Sunday, Baltimore police said.

Michael Brown's parents come to Baltimore to help information initiative 

With the parents of Michael Brown in his congregation, the pastor of a North Baltimore AME church...

Lawsuits over police beatings cost city millions 

Over the past four years, more than 100 people have won court judgments or settlements related to...

Book Festival gets positive reviews on Inner Harbor move 

Move from Mount Vernon was made this year to accommodate Washington Monument renovations.

Dan Rodricks: Looking for silver lining in the ugliness of the Rice case 

Even as we continued to dissect the National Football League's mishandling of the Ray Rice case...

FBI files show details of background checks on author Tom Clancy 

Agency director socialized with author on several occasions.

Baltimore targets fraud by police and fire workers 

Several months ago, Baltimore Inspector General Robert H. Pearre Jr. quietly decided to dedicate...

Backers of maglev train are betting big on a vision that has failed before 

The circle of political power brokers and deep-pocketed investors hatched their plan more than three...

BSO suffers three high-profile cancellations 

You might suspect some strange jinx, or wonder if the third time's the harm. But the Baltimore...

Two men shot in buttocks in separate incidents in Northeast Baltimore

Two men were shot in the buttocks in separate incidents late Friday and early Saturday in...

Classic Sicilian fare, on a Little Italy balcony 

I had one of those soul-satisfying, I-love-Baltimore nights a few Saturdays back at Cafe Gia...

Man given chance to reform caught in drug raid, Baltimore police say 

A new anti-violence program led Baltimore police to raid the home of a convicted drug dealer they...

Shipping company fined $67.7 million for price-fixing at Port 

A Japanese shipping line will pay a nearly $70 million fine after agreeing to plead guilty to fixing...

Attorney says Hopkins was informed of improper exams before investigation 

A lead attorney in a multimillion-dollar settlement against Johns Hopkins Medicine said Friday...

Man fatally shot in Northwest Baltimore

Baltimore Police were investigating an early morning homicide in Northwest Baltimore.

Tom Clancy condo on Canton waterfront under contract

A Canton condominium owned by Baltimore author Tom Clancy is slated for settlement next month,...

Orioles tickets for ALDS already scarce 

Jennifer Regester knew she was coming no matter what.


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