Dorchester County has closed its schools amid a spike in coronavirus cases, becoming the first county in the state to scale back learning in classrooms after officials pushed schools to reopen.
An online petition signed by hundreds is calling on Baltimore officials to remove a 40-year-old statue dedicated to Capt. John O’Donnell, an Irish-born merchant who enslaved people on his plantation in Canton.
Fourteen people were shot and four of them were killed in shootings across Baltimore since Friday night, police said. A teenage boy and a 20-year-old man were among the injured.
All Anne Arundel County Public School students will need to wear a face mask when in schools, a recent requirement that has caused some concerns for students with disabilities.
Baltimore County authorities are searching for a man who escaped from Baltimore County Detention Center in Towson Saturday night.
Maryland reported 792 new cases of the coronavirus Sunday and five more deaths as the state had its fourth consecutive day of more than 700 daily cases.
From sophomore transfer quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa looking skittish to the defense being overwhelmed, here are four takeaways from Maryland's 43-3 season-opening loss to Northwestern.
Baltimore City Council President Brandon Scott, the Democratic nominee for mayor, has nearly $240,000 left to spend in the final days of the general election.
A group of up to 200 vehicles blocked traffic at the intersection of Orleans Street and Central Avenue in downtown Baltimore on Saturday night, prompting Baltimore Police to close block off large parking lots, including one nearly 10 miles away in Northwest Baltimore, to prevent gatherings, officials said.
A former Baltimore County corrections officer has been sentenced to more than 33 years in federal prison for two counts of child pornography production, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland said.
Pope Francis has named 13 new cardinals, including Washington D.C. Archbishop Wilton Gregory, who would become the first Black U.S. prelate to earn the coveted red cap.
The Everyman Theatre has announced the date of its first open-to-the-public production of the 2020-21 season, with the November date making the theater one of Baltimore’s first to host an in-person show amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Baltimore residents grew to love the venerable Pennsylvania Station downtown. Now, with a major renovation set to begin, new plans leave some with a feeling that it may not be good enough.
The Baltimore Museum of Art has decided to sell three major paintings for $65 million later this month, including a Warhol, in support of its diversity goals. The decision has caused a local and national firestorm.
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