Board members voted 12-2 Wednesday to call for a new masking plan for the state’s 24 public school systems after hearing from from Maryland’s Superintendent of Schools Mohammed Choudhury.
Fifteen days after Evelyn Player was fatally stabbed inside her East Baltimore church, the 69-year-old woman was laid to rest Wednesday in a funeral honoring her life and the impact it had on so many.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday that the state is preparing for the latest troubling coronavirus variant, known as omicron.
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson didn’t have a lot of nice things to say about how he played Sunday night in a win over the Browns.
Keith Smith allegedly murdered his wife and blamed a panhandler in East Baltimore. His homicide trial is set to begin Wednesday in Baltimore Circuit Court.
Former Baltimore Judge Catherine "Katie" O'Malley is making her run for attorney general official, with plans to launch her campaign on Thursday.
Johns Hopkins students studying medicine, public health and nursing are carrying a new curriculum into schools in the city and beyond, one that teaches K-12 learners about the science behind COVID-19.
A year after revelations that the founder of Johns Hopkins University had enslaved people in his Baltimore household, scholars will take part in a conference exploring questions around slavery, its impact on universities and the challenges of unearthing that history.
A group of Maryland residents who lost jobs during the pandemic has sued the state labor secretary in federal court over failures to pay unemployment benefits as required by law.
- A 15-year-old boy was charged Wednesday with murder, terrorism and other counts for a shooting that killed four fellow students and injured others at Michigan’s Oxford High School.
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Ravens defensive end Calais Campbell was on the sideline for Sunday night’s game against the Cleveland Browns, but his symptoms have lingered.
Maryland football has six offensive players named honorable mention All-Big Ten, which is the most to earn all-conference honors since 2008.
An advisory board charged with reviewing the performance of Baltimore Inspector General Isabel Mercedes Cumming has completed its review process and issued a favorable decision, according to documents released by Cumming Wednesday.
Jaia Alexander, who was a first team All-Metro pick by The Baltimore Sun in 2015 while she was at Roland Park, leads Coppin State in scoring and is tied for the team lead in rebounding.
A Maryland office tasked with ensuring the safety of 3,300 public drinking water systems has too few inspectors who are too overworked to do their jobs, according to an EPA report that came to light Wednesday.
For the second year in a row, Baltimore will not host its New Year’s Eve Spectacular celebration and fireworks show in the Inner Harbor, officials said Wednesday.
Raquel Coombs, a spokesperson for the Maryland Attorney General’s Office, on Tuesday confirmed Valentina Yorro died by apparent trauma on Sunday and Digno Ramon Yorro Jr. was killed by police after he was wielding a knife and raised it toward officers.
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- The system’s weekly dashboard, which tracks the number of COVID cases and people in quarantine, reported 239 people have the virus, including four staff members. Last week, 211 had it. The number of people in quarantine for being in close contact with someone who tested positive is 325. Last week, that number was 605.