Some Baltimore City Council members are seeking to block the city’s law department from reaching any deal to renew a contract with the towering waste incinerator that pumps smoke into the city’s sky.
Former mayors Kurt Schmoke, Martin O’Malley, Sheila Dixon and Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joined the Greater Baltimore Committee for a virtual panel on what they learned during their tenures.
Many Marylanders who anxiously awaited the launch of BEACON 2.0, the makeover of the state’s unemployment insurance web portal that debuted Sunday, find it’s still not helping resolve their difficulties with claims.
Former Harford County Executive David Craig has been diagnosed with dementia, he and his family announced Monday.
Ravens nickel cornerback Tavon Young suffered a season-ending torn ACL during the team’s road win Sunday over the Houston Texans, coach John Harbaugh confirmed Monday.
Baltimore County will follow Gov. Larry Hogan’s Friday order that allowed restaurants in the state to expand indoor dining capacity from 50% to 75%, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced Monday.
Orioles outfielder Trey Mancini, who has missed the entire season after a spring training physical led to him being diagnosed with colon cancer, completed his six-month chemotherapy treatment Monday.
Pumpkin is one of the fall flavors that pops up all over the place as the season begins to change (or in some cases, even before temperatures drop). From pumpkin spice lattes to the classic pumpkin pie, there are plenty of dishes — both sweet and savory — that make use of the season's star ingredient. Here are some ideas you can try with canned pumpkin.
An unofficial event that is expected to bring thousands of car enthusiasts to Ocean City is set to begin Tuesday and the town’s mayor has a message: Don’t travel to the area if you don’t have to.
The Baltimore City Council approved by a 10-4 vote a bill to create a monument for victims of police violence that would be near a memorial to fallen officers.
Baltimore County Council voted to join five other counties in lawsuits against e-cigarette maker Juul Labs over claims that it marketed products to children.
Sister Shawn Marie Maguire, the former Maryvale Preparatory School headmistress who championed the school’s growth, died of stroke complications Sept. 17 at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. She was 81 and a member of the Notre Dame de Namur Sisters.
If local health metrics allow, Harford County Public Schools staff will return to schools Oct. 12 and small groups of certain students could return to buildings as soon as Oct. 19, according to latest plans for a return to in-person learning.
An Anne Arundel County judge handed down the maximum sentence to two members of a white supremacist prison gang Monday after they killed a rival inmate by stabbing him more than 50 times at a state prison in Jessup.
Leadership of the non-profit Strong City vowed again Monday to emerge from its troubles and be transparent with grassroots groups who say their operations were upended through poor financial management.
How can those of us in the mainstream media possibly compete with the kind of extreme rhetoric and invective coming from right-wing media outlets in the battle to nominate and confirm a Supreme Court justice?
On the last phone call of his life, Julio Cesar Moran-Ruiz was in his car, pulled over on the side of Interstate 95 by a Maryland State Police officer working DUI enforcement.
The 2020 Baltimore Sun Business and Civic Hall of Fame inductees are the fifth group to be recognized for achievements in business, philanthropy, public service, education, the arts and more.
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