Porter Stansberry, the former employer of Rey Rivera is pushing back on his portrayal in Netflix’s popular “Unsolved Mysteries” reboot, which raised questions about his involvement in Rivera’s 2006 death.
The Maryland State Fair has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, but some events will take place at the fairgrounds in its absence.
Maryland has a total of 92,426 cases of the COVID-19 illness caused by the virus, while 3,402 people have died due to the disease or complications from it since officials began tracking it in March.
Antonio Brown has not played since Week 2 last season, with off-field issues forcing ugly exits from Oakland and New England last year.
Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich said Gov. Larry Hogan’s order that strips county health officers of the ability to proactively shut down schools shows “no logic.”
Five more Baltimore City restaurants are set to go before the city’s liquor board later this month over concerns that they violated Gov. Larry Hogan’s coronavirus-related executive orders.
A coalition of over 1,000 football student-athletes from the Big Ten on Wednesday released a list of demands to the conference and the NCAA, calling for a “comprehensive plan to ensure the safety and well-being of players leading up to and during the upcoming fall season.”
August is National Black Business Month, a time that encourages Americans to support and celebrate Black-owned businesses. In the wake of protests sparked by the death of George Floyd and in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, many people across the country are looking for ways to support Black businesses. A new survey from Groupon and the National Black Chamber of Commerce of more than 400 Black small business owners found that Black-owned businesses have seen an uptick in business in 2020. However, the survey also reinforced that Black entrepreneurs continue to face discrimination and inequalities when it comes to starting their own businesses. Here are the major trends the survey found about Black business owners and the struggles they face.
A Maryland State Trooper pleaded guilty to perjury and misconduct charges for fabricating drunk-driving arrests and issuing tickets to people who did not exist.
If July seemed absurdly hot, that was not your imagination. Historic heatwave is just the latest sign that greenhouse gas emissions are altering the planet's climate and much greater harm is coming.
A driver was killed in St. Mary’s County on Tuesday morning as Tropical Storm Isaias swept swiftly through Maryland, spawning tornadoes, causing more than 60,000 power outages and dumping more than 7 inches of rain in some parts of the state.
Maryland added nearly as many coronavirus cases in July as it did in April, when the pandemic began to ramp up in the United States, a data analysis by The Baltimore Sun shows.
Ahead of Thursday’s deadline for NFL players to opt out, the Ravens have had only two players decide to sit out in return specialist De’Anthony Thomas and backup offensive tackle Andre Smith. Other pro teams haven’t been as fortunate.
“I’m not giving out all my secrets,” manager Don Mattingly quipped after the Marlins returned to baseball with a 4-0 win over the Orioles. “I’m going to have to write a book after this one.”
Maryland and 26 other states settled allegations of fraud against the Swiss pharmaceutical company Norvartis for $678 million.
Sinclair Broadcast Group boosted revenue and profit in the second quarter thanks to its recent sports network acquisitions, but missed Wall Street estimates as the coronavirus continued to hurt advertising and postpone televised sports.
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