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The Annapolis Symphony Academy is poised to become one of the most comprehensive institutions for young musicians in the area — one that aims to train its students from their first C major scale to their first professional audition.
Ravens linebacker Patrick Queen has the speed to get where he needs to be but has to play with more aggression, Mike Preston writes.
The Baltimore Catholic archdiocese acknowledged three years ago that it was under investigation by the Maryland attorney general's office. Survivors of church abuse say they wonder what's happened since then with the investigation.
Baltimore prosecutors began Thursday to present evidence in another murder case against Malik Samartaney, telling jurors the 68-year-old former Marine from Northwest Baltimore killed his grown daughter, dismembered her body, and threw her away at a dumpster.
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A 14-year-old boy and an unidentified male were injured Saturday afternoon in separate shootings in Baltimore, city police said.
Actor Michael K. Williams died of acute drug intoxication in what New York City’s medical examiner said Friday was an accidental death.
Johnny Brooks, The Sun’s All-Metro Football Coach of the Year in 2011, was beloved by his former football and basketball players for his creativity, care and compassion.
A Baltimore man convicted of killing a teenager in a case of mistaken identity will get a new trial, after it was revealed that the judge overseeing the case had undisclosed communications with a juror.
Following recommendations by a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention committee and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for health care providers to administer COVID-19 booster shots to some Americans, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said state residents could begin registering for third-dose appointments immediately.
Anthony 'InkBoy' Chestnut finds that clients who flock to his downtown Baltimore shop are often in search of someone who will understand the techniques and tools that tattooing Black skin requires.
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Reported incidents of property crime decreased about 16% from 2015 to 2019, according to the FBI, with the national average now at 400 burglaries and 1,700 larceny-thefts per 100,000 people annually. The top 15 cities on this list averaged more than double the number of burglaries per 100,000 people, and the number of larcenies are 60% higher on average per 100,000 residents. Larceny, which is the theft of objects like bicycles or anything stolen without force, comprised about 75% of all property crimes in 2019, burglary, which is unlawful entry to commit a felony, accounted for 16% and motor vehicle theft for 10%.
The corner of Springhill and Cottage avenues in Northwest Baltimore used to be a vacant lot. Today, it’s home to an urban farm that was dubbed one the top 10 innovative farms in the country, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation.
An unofficial car show is returning to Ocean City this weekend. Here's what you need to know.
Orioles manager Brandon Hyde has not been shy about these September starts against contending teams being auditions for his young pitchers.
An old, sprawling train control board remains on the 2nd floor of Pennsylvania Station in Baltimore. Here's what could happen to it.
Archbishop Spalding overcomes Gonzaga in overtime, 20-13, to record its first ever win against the Eagles in program history on Friday, Sept. 24, 2021.
Ben Madore scored a penalty kick in the second half and Ryan Belal added an insurance goal to help send the Cardinals home with a 2-0 win and their third straight Reif Alumni Cup victory.
Stop telling us what you’re about to do, and do it. Just don’t put out any more patronizing “overview memos” in the name of transparency; they leave the impression of all-talk-no-action — and that’s the last impression we need when bodies are still falling on sidewalks at a sickening pace.
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