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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.
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.
Del. Nick Mosby said he would resolve within "coming days” a $45,000 federal tax lien filed in February and first made public Oct. 13.
The shooting of two Baltimore teenagers on a city street in broad daylight Wednesday, leaving one of them dead, continues a deadly and disturbing month in which teenagers have increasingly become victims of the gun violence.
Baltimore has agreed to pay workers compensation benefits to the family of Sean Suiter, choosing to walk away from what was anticipated to be a dispute about whether his death was a homicide or suicide.
Over the weekend, Johns Hopkins University’s coronavirus positivity rate for Maryland vastly dropped, but not because the state’s percentage of positive cases declined. In a nearly 30-minute conversation with The Baltimore Sun, Nuzzo detailed the challenges and confusion those inconsistencies create and what the next steps could be.
To catch Marylanders up on the stories they may have missed, here are five key points from The Baltimore Sun’s coronavirus coverage this week.
There are some egg options like fried, poached or scrambled that are meant to be eaten right away, hot off the stove. But there are lots of other egg dishes that can be made ahead of time so you can sleep in, save time or attend to whatever else your morning brings. With these make-ahead breakfast dishes, you can brew a big pot of coffee while your casseroles and quiches bake away.
A Baltimore Police SWAT team officer has been charged with child sex abuse in Harford County, records show.
Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine have found that patients who take low-dose aspirin when who hospitalized for complications associated with the coronavirus might have a lower risk of dying from it.
The office of Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby has indicted a city police officer on charges of misconduct, alleging he lied to his superiors when he told them about an off-duty fight with the father of his girlfriend’s child.
The Ravens can welcome some fans back into their stadium for the Nov. 1 NFL game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young announced Friday.
A forensic psychiatrist testified Friday that Radee Labeeb Prince suffered from delusions that people wanted to do him harm, which may have led to a 2017 workplace shooting in Edgewood, for which Prince is standing trial.
The 121st Army-Navy football game will not be played in Philadelphia as planned and instead will be played Dec. 12 at Michie Stadium in West Point, New York.
Baltimore County Police have charged a Randallstown man with three counts of second-degree assault after they say he sprayed several women with a dizziness-inducing substance in Owings Mills stores.
Southwest Airlines was one of the carriers that blocked middle seats on flights as a precaution against the spread of coronavirus among passengers. Now the low-cost airline, hit hard financially by the pandemic, is going back to full capacity. Is this a good idea?
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