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About 75 people marched Sunday and tagged Baltimore’s federal courthouse with graffiti to show solidarity with Louisville after a Kentucky grand jury charged no officers in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor.

The New York Times has obtained tax-return data extending over more than two decades for Trump and the hundreds of companies that make up his business organization, including detailed information from his first two years in office. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/27/us/donald-trump-taxes.html

Big innings have eluded the Orioles offense for weeks, but they managed to string a pair together in Sunday’s season finale against the Toronto Blue Jays at Buffalo’s Sahlen Field to finish the year with a 7-5 victory.

Police arrested more than 100 people during an unauthorized motor rally in Ocean City this weekend. Videos filmed at the scene show angry encounters between officers and throngs of attendees.

Maryland officials reported Sunday 431 newly confirmed cases of the coronavirus and 10 deaths.

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to shift much restaurant dining from eat-in to takeout, Maryland next week becomes the first state in the nation to ban the familiar foam containers used to carry home everything from crab cakes to curries.

A Charles County man was convicted Friday of violating a Maryland coronavirus emergency order and sentenced to a year in jail, the county prosecutor’s office said.

Part of what makes certain recipes so good is the fresh ingredients used. To get the most flavorful dishes, making meals when the fresh ingredients in them are in season is a great place to start. Although apple varieties abound during various seasons, fall is when many of them are at their freshest. Whether you like apple pancakes for breakfast, paninis with grilled apple slices for lunch or apple cinnamon pork chops for dinner, here are all the apple recipes you could ever want.

Police are investigating two shootings that may be related in East Baltimore.

Dorothy Simon, who raised three children – including former Sun reporter and “The Wire” creator David Simon – before earning a bachelor’s degree in general studies from the University of Maryland and becoming a crisis counselor and therapist, has died at 97.

Hank Shofer reflects on closing the furniture business his grandfather founded in South Baltimore.

With just over three months left for Baltimore to spend its remaining federal CARES Act funding, two Baltimore city council members want the mayor to use it to provide $5,000 bonuses for sanitation workers.

When Monarque finally greets its first guests this fall, it will face a fine dining landscape its architects could scarcely have imagined.

A Baltimore police officer has been charged in Harford County with multiple counts of assault after an investigation uncovered a year-long pattern of alleged abuse, including putting a gun to his wife’s head and threatening to kill her, according to court documents.

The “Equality Equation,” spearheaded by Pless and Elizabeth Jones, aims to redevelop a section of East Baltimore into a thriving community of homeowners.

Democratic Maryland Sens. Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen said Saturday they are not giving up on trying to defeat the U.S. Supreme Court nomination of Amy Coney Barrett.

Baltimore's Orthodox rabbis must work around a ban on technology in planning their offerings for Yom Kippur, the holiest day on the Jewish calendar.

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The 2020 Baltimore Sun Business and Civic Hall of Fame inductees are the fifth group to be recognized for achievements in business, philanthropy, public service, education, the arts and more.

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