I'm looking at some numbers and speaking with James Timpson, who runs the Safe Streets violence prevention program in Park Heights, and I'm wondering: Why aren't these guys in every high-crime corner of the city? If the mayor and police commissioner want to make some "adjustments" to curtail the...
Maybe — just maybe — designated hitter Jimmy Paredes is not going to be a career .340 hitter, but the Orioles are in no position to discount that possibility after the way he came off the disabled list and climbed to the top of the American League batting rankings.
Netflix must know something nobody else does because they created a show about old people having sex.
So far, the 2016 Republican presidential primary is a complete puzzle to me.
It has been more than 40 years since Maryland won the national championship in men's Division I lacrosse, and the clock is still ticking.
OAKLAND — In this "great small town" at the western edge of Maryland, they have observed Memorial Day on the last Monday of May every year since 1893, with a procession up the hill from Third Street and a ceremony under an oak tree and a hemlock in the town cemetery.
The fastest game on two feet has come to a slowdown again.
I posed a question to Barbara Mikulski: Does Maryland's long-serving senator, a Democrat and former social worker, regret playing a key role 20 years ago in killing the federal Moving To Opportunity project, given new research that shows Baltimore's poorest children face the worst prospects in...
Along with eye color and a knack for rolling your tongue, an obsession with the grass around your house is hereditary, I have learned. It is also, apparently, a sex-linked gene, because no little girl has ever been born wanting to mow the lawn.
Allow me to send a facetious thank-you to Sal Sinatra, the second-year general manager of the Maryland Jockey Club who, just a week after one of the worst periods in Baltimore's history, publicly raised the idea of moving the Preakness out of town. Great, and thank you very much.