Since his call-up in late April, Tyler Nevin has played third base five times, first base three times, left field twice and right field once. It's why he's carving out a role with the Orioles.
U.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen, a Maryland Democrat, is recovering from a “minor stroke,” he said in a statement late Sunday night.
Last Tuesday, five months after Darryl Brown first sought removal of the people unlawfully living in the house he owned, he stared in disbelief at what was left of 325 Furrow St.
For generations, the state’s famed seafood industry depended on Black women to pick blue crabs, but in the past few decades, many local pickers have left the industry for new jobs.
Under Armour looked no farther than Morgan State University in its own Baltimore backyard to launch what it considers a key piece of a sweeping global initiative designed to break down barriers limiting access to sports.
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Dakari Soul Food not only offers flavorful cuisine and makes customers feel like family, but also continues the legacy of a short-lived life.
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The age of photojournalism had just dawned in Baltimore in 1901. Since then, the camera has recorded and compiled a historical visual record of the events that have shaped the world, nation and Maryland, in the 20th century and now the 21st. The technology has evolved from flash powder erupting in a great "poof" to today's digital imagery -- no darkroom required.
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At 5-foot-7, Shaylan Ahearn outdueled Maddie Jenner, the nation’s leader in draw controls and the NCAA single-season record holder in that department, and Maryland took advantage on offense and defense to advance to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals.
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A $16,000 reward is being offered for information about the people responsible for a drive-by shooting in Baltimore that killed a pregnant woman and her fiance Thursday.
Johns Hopkins experts from the university and hospital have launched a major new effort called the Human Aging Project to address aging issues.
As people gathered in Chestertown Saturday to remember the Black man lynched there by a white mob in 1892, police say a white teenager fueled by racist hatred started shooting people at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York.
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- Under Armour looked no farther than Morgan State University in its own Baltimore backyard to launch what it considers a key piece of a sweeping global initiative designed to break down barriers limiting access to sports.