| Aug 11, 2014
| 12:02 PM
Baltimore, home to the first received telegraph message (Samuel Morse, 1844, sent from Washington), the first umbrella factory in America (1828), the first Ouija board (1892) and — to note what really matters — the first baseball player to win...
| Jun 8, 2014
| 7:24 AM
Another Flacco could be playing professional sports in the near future. Tom Flacco, the youngest brother of Ravens quarterback Joe, was selected Saturday in the 32nd round (the 952nd overall pick) of the MLB Draft by his hometown Philadelphia Phillies....
| Jun 10, 2014
| 10:03 AM
Harold H. Hogg, founder of a Central Maryland and Southern Pennsylvania commercial construction company who endowed the Hogg Family Chair at Duke University, his alma mater, died June 3 of leukemia at the Moorings Park retirement community in Naples, Fla....
| May 10, 2014
| 5:13 PM
New Haven tight end Mike Flacco is heading to the NFL.
The brother of Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is signing an undrafted free agent contract with the San Diego Chargers, according to a league source.
Mike Flacco, 26, declared early for the NFL...
| May 21, 2014
| 4:27 AM
On a wall calendar in their Lutherville kitchen, the Blum family keeps various appointments and relatives' birthdays jotted down in fairly small, neatly written Magic Marker script. But for the week of May 25 to 29, the words "London," "Cambridge" and...
| Apr 29, 2014
| 10:52 AM
Baltimore city schools' finance chief will leave at the end of the school year to head back north to Connecticut.
Victor De La Paz was appointed chief financial officer of the New Haven, Conn. school district Tuesday night, according to published...
| Feb 26, 2014
| 6:39 PM
When Main Street resident Bobbi McCeney found out the PNC Bank across the street from her Laurel home was robbed of more than $20,000 last week, she said she was not shocked.
"I'm thinking, this is getting to be a bit too common," said McCeney, who...
| Mar 12, 2014
| 7:17 AM
Food has always played a significant role in the Sweetlife Music + Food Festival, but this year's lineup of chefs, food trucks and more could arguably rival the music talent.
Woodberry Kitchen's Spike Gjerde, one of Baltimore's most famous chef-...
| Nov 20, 2013
| 1:45 PM
The Korean War Veterans Memorial in Washington might seem an odd place for a play memorializing a Howard County couple. But on a pleasant summer evening earlier this year, that’s exactly what was showing.
The play was “Unforgettable: Letters...
| Jan 14, 2014
| 1:48 PM
Judith Cloughen, a Holy Land peace activist and former Ten Thousand Villages manager, died of multiple myeloma Friday at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Towson resident was 66.
Born Judith "Judy" Elizabeth Huntress in Portland, Maine, she was the daughter...
| Aug 6, 2013
| 10:00 AM
Mixed news for Maryland's LGBT high schoolers looking to attend one of the nation's most LGBT-friendly colleges: They'll have to head out of state.
As part of its annual rankings book, Princeton Review rated the 20 most LGBT-friendly colleges and...
| Aug 14, 2013
| 3:19 AM
Last week, protesters chanted, "Hey hey, ho ho, let's shut down this racist show" outside of a New Haven, Conn., music venue.
Their target was Ted Nugent, the 64-year-old rock 'n' roll guitarist from Detroit whose brash demeanor and conservative views...