The Maryland NAACP on Wednesday called for the suspension and independent investigation of Ocean City police officers involved in the recent violent arrests of Black teens vaping on the boardwalk after two videos of separate arrests garnered national attention and local concern about police conduct this week.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison called the incident “a very brazen, very cowardly act of shooting indiscriminately into a block, where they hit six people and could have potentially hit and killed many others.”
Starting July 1, Baltimore will lift its citywide mask mandate, a decision that came just one day after Gov. Larry Hogan eliminated Maryland’s COVID-19 state of emergency.
On Tuesday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that over half of the team’s players are vaccinated, six months after one of the worst coronavirus outbreaks in sports. It’s unclear whether star quarterback Lamar Jackson is among them.
Defensive miscues played a big part in the Orioles' 18th straight road loss, 8-7 to the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday night.
The Baltimore County Republican was one of 21 House members, all Republicans, voting against a measure on Tuesday to award the Congressional Gold Medal to U.S. Capitol Police and others officers at the Capitol on Jan. 6.
Even though her nomination was not considered controversial, 39 Republicans voted against confirming her. She received “yes” votes from 11 Republicans and each of the 48 Democrats who were present.
Jim Phelan, who spent 49 years as the head men’s basketball coach at Mount St. Mary’s and is one of the all-time winningest coaches in NCAA history, has died, the school announced Wednesday. He was 92.
Hogan said Maryland will lift its COVID-19 state of emergency, which the Republican governor had declared in March 2020 and extended throughout the pandemic. Here's what that entails.
Scenic beauty draws tourists to and from all corners of the world, and some of the most stunning sites of all don’t even look like they belong on this planet. These natural wonders are fascinating and beautiful in their strangeness and distinctive features.
Federal regulators at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized Tuesday the release of an additional batch of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine made at the troubled Baltimore plant where production was halted earlier this year due to critical manufacturing errors.
Baltimore’s curb ramps and sidewalks are “dilapidated and disintegrating” and “filled with objects such as telephone poles, trash, and trees,” according to the suit.
Recognizing Emancipation Day and the freeing of this nation's slaves a welcome antidote to the latest assaults on history by those who prefer to soft-pedal the past.
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson threw four interceptions on the first of two days of mandatory minicamp Tuesday. At this point in his career, it’s safe to conclude that Jackson is going to be what we’ve seen in his first three years: inaccurate but capable of big plays.
The condo has hardwood floors and a kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. The marble lobby has a 24-hour concierge. There’s a heated pool with a grill, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a club room with a TV, a business center and private conference room.
A day after a player advocacy group tweeted that members of the Orioles’ Double-A roster were considering sleeping in their cars once the organization stopped paying for their housing Wednesday, executive vice president Mike Elias dismissed the claim as “not accurate” and “a reference to hearsay.”
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- The Harford County Sheriff’s Office unveiled the four drones that make up its new Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Unit Wednesday at the agency’s Edgewood precinct.