Ravens QB Lamar Jackson’s positive COVID test was a jarring reminder that the pandemic, which disrupted his 2020 season, has not gone away in 2021.
The Baltimore County Board of Appeals voted against a contentious affordable housing development in East Towson, the county confirmed Wednesday, and the developer says they will appeal the decision in Circuit Court.
Center Bradley Bozeman's snaps, wide receiver Marquise "Hollywood" Brown's highlight-reel catches and the play of the team's backup quarterbacks were among the highlights from the Ravens' first day of training camp practice Wednesday.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg will visit the Port of Baltimore on Thursday to tout the benefits of President Biden’s bipartisan infrastructure deal.
Jurisdictions in the Baltimore area aren’t yet planning to modify masking rules in response to fresh Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance released Tuesday, which recommended that fully vaccinated people wear masks indoors under certain circumstances.
Branville Bard’s appointment is the first movement university officials have made in a year toward creating a private police force after school officials put plans on hold amid nationwide protests against police brutality toward Black Americans.
- Senate Republicans reached a deal with Democrats on Wednesday over major outstanding issues in a $1 trillion infrastructure bill and said they are ready to vote to take up the bill.
Although bugs are a crucial part of the ecosystem, some small creepy crawlers pose big threats to humans and animals. From having poisonous venom to carrying deadly diseases and more, these bugs are some of the most dangerous in the world.
Baltimore’s spending board agreed to settle an employment discrimination lawsuit Wednesday for $158,298 after officials admitted employees broke city policy.
An Essex man was convicted Wednesday of child abuse in the death of his girlfriend’s 2-year-old son in June 2019, Baltimore County prosecutors announced.
Lacrosse last made an appearance in the Olympics in 1948 as a demonstration sport, and in 1908 as a medal sport. So the news that the sport could return to the Summer Games as early as 2028 in Los Angeles was welcomed with open arms.
As long as the Orioles feel that top prospect Adley Rutschman can improve while he’s in Double-A, they won’t feel any need to move him. “This is his first [full] professional season in baseball,” director of player development Matt Blood said. “We’re still seeing growth occur where he is in his game."
An Annapolis resident said he's been inspiring after his dad started digging into their ancestry beyond the generations they knew like McMillan’s grandmother, Civil Rights activist and Bates High School teacher Sylvia McMillan.
A 56-year-old man has been arrested and charged in Maryland federal court for making threats against Dr. Anthony Fauci.
MLB announced the Nationals-Phillies postponement little over an hour before the game was set to begin at Citizens Bank Park, and said that would allow for “continued testing and contact tracing involving members of the Nationals organization.”
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- The Baltimore County Board of Appeals voted against a contentious affordable housing development in East Towson, the county confirmed Wednesday, and the developer says they will appeal the decision in Circuit Court.