Maryland confirms over 600 new COVID-19 cases Sunday and nine more deaths.
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?
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.
The letter, signed by Democratic Delegates Kumar Barve and Dana Stein, calls on the Hogan administration to extend the moratorium on evictions until Jan. 31, 2021 and to “identify all sources of funds which may be used to support local rental assistance programs” during the coronavirus pandemic.
In a city where police have been caught on camera faking crime scenes and elite officers were sent to prison for robbing people and selling drugs, the arrest of Sgt. James Lloyd still shocked.
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.
Two men were killed on Saturday in separate shootings in Baltimore while two others had been injured in shootings the night before.
The rule, which is already facing a court challenge, states that international students cannot take only online courses this fall and remain in the U.S.
The agency tasked with overseeing behavioral health services in Baltimore says the police shooting of a man experiencing a behavioral crisis last week “highlights a total failure” of the way the city handles such cases.
A group of Johns Hopkins University students and Baltimore residents marched near the school to bring attention to what they say are historic racial disparities in the surrounding neighborhoods’ quality of life.
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