On a day when the potential for gatherings celebrating the Fourth of July has prompted concern among state officials about the further spread of the coronavirus, Maryland reported 380 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and its lowest single-day positivity rate during the pandemic.
A young Orioles team has one reason and one reason alone to go forward with this season with COVID-19 going on: their careers are on the line.
The Capital asked Black community leaders across Annapolis and Anne Arundel County what it means to be a Black American on this day. Here's what they had to say.
A rope tied into a noose was found at a construction site in an off-campus building owned by Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore on Thursday, university officials announced late Friday night.
Attorneys for two men charged with assaulting a Baltimore police officer earlier this year say newly obtained video puts the case in a drastically different light.
"Hamilton" is sensational entertainment. But that does not make it great history. As we let ourselves get swept up in the dancing, rapping, swirling, singing and boot-stomping pageantry of “Hamilton” on Disney+ this weekend, we need to remember that distinction.
This year, March came and went, but there was no baseball. No pitchers and catchers, no home runs and no Cracker Jacks. Even America’s pastime was halted by the coronavirus pandemic. But in June, Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association reached an agreement to play ball. What team will all your neighbors be rooting for this (short) season? Here is the favorite baseball team in every state.
Baltimore Police have identified the officers involved in the shooting of an armed man who was experiencing a behavioral crisis Wednesday, leaving him in critical condition in a local hospital.
Two groups of protesters stood on opposite sides of a hedge of bushes outside Vince’s Crab House in Middle River on Friday, the 28th day of demonstrations aimed at shuttering the seafood restaurant.
In a statement sent by the company’s lawyers Thursday, the restaurant group touted its good works, released surveillance photos that show Black patrons at Ouzo Bay, and even identified the brand of shorts a white child was wearing on Father’s Day.
The Washington Redskins began a “thorough review” of their name Friday, a significant step toward moving on from what experts and advocates call a “dictionary-defined racial slur.”
Ciao Bella, a Little Italy fixture for 29 years ago, has announced it is closing for good, despite financial backing from Ravens great Ray Lewis.
Netflix’s “Unsolved Mysteries” reboot dropped this week, and the first episode explores unanswered questions in the death of Rey Rivera, a 32-year-old Baltimore man found dead in 2006.
Pines, the former dean of the engineering school, took over the job this week, and immediately embraced the the two issues that have arisen to consume the public’s mind: the coronavirus and racism.
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