Baltimore's YouthWorks job program had to pivot during the coronavirus pandemic to get as many young people as possible employed over the summer and actively in engaged in enriching experiences.
The coronavirus aid bill requires most of the money to be distributed to the nation’s largest transit systems based on the areas’ populations — not ridership — and the Baltimore area falls shy of the population requirement of 3 million, with 2.2 million in the greater metropolitan area.
City Council President Brandon Scott, Baltimore's Democratic nominee for mayor, has withdrawn a proposal to amend the charter by restructuring the city's spending board.
Orioles reliever Shawn Armstrong has been embracing a plant-based diet and sharing its impacts with the rest of the clubhouse as his own lifestyle has changed.
Washington’s NFL team will get rid of the name "Redskins" on Monday, according to multiple reports. It's unclear when a new name will be revealed for one of the league's oldest franchises.
More than 100 people attended a vigil for homicide victim Deontrae Matthews on Sunday evening in Chambers Park to honor his life, support his family and call for an end to violence.
Orioles infielder Hanser Alberto has done his best to provide a crowd’s worth of noise throughout the first week of the team’s preseason camp at Camden Yards.
Howard Gerber, who got lucky one day at Pimlico Race Course, died July 6 from a stroke at his Canton home. He was 75.
Offseason acquisition Kohl Stewart, a onetime high draft pick of the Minnesota Twins, is proving to be an interesting option as the Orioles starting rotation rounds into form.
As of Wednesday, "Fell's Point Streaming" had hosted approximately 290 livestreams and helped 355 local hospitality workers.
Around the NFL, there’s a fear that the coronavirus pandemic could lead to an epidemic of soft-tissue injuries this season.
Last month, the NAACP announced it would relocate its headquarters from Baltimore to Washington, a move that’s been long discussed. Those steeped in the city’s literary lore are left to wonder: What’s to become of Dorothy Parker's ashes?
Cockeysville's Antique Row, once booming with shops in the 1980s and 1990s, has suffered through the rise of the internet and an economic recession. But amid the economic havoc wrought by the coronavirus pandemic, antique dealers are undeterred.
Tom Inglesby, a top adviser to Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on the coronavirus, criticized some states' reopening Sunday.
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