Behind closed doors, the millionaire Baltimore businessman Charles Nabit lorded his wealth and power over young, drug-addicted women, paying them for sex. He was sentenced Monday to 18 months in federal prison.
Two adults were charged with assaulting minors after a melee broke out at a youth football game in Manchester over the weekend, police said.
Maryland's top health official said Monday that the state is not considering requiring coronavirus vaccines for public school students and teachers, leaving the decision instead up to each school district.
From Justin Tucker cementing his status as the greatest kicker of all-time to the defense struggling to tackle for a third straight week, here are five things we learned from the Ravens' thrilling 19-17 win over the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
"It does feel that’s a little longer than your normal progression from a zero on the clock," former NFL referee Gene Steratore said of the no-call on delay of game in the final seconds of the Ravens' 19-17 win over the Lions.
The Royal Farms Arena general manager says “the energy level was insane” for the Guns N' Roses show. And over at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, there were hoots and cheers along with the applause for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Live music is back inside Baltimore's big venues.
Soon, when someone dies at the hands of police in Maryland, a new team of independent investigators will show up at the scene and sort out what happened. And when misconduct complaints are made against officers, they will be public. The changes are part of the sweeping police reform laws passed by the Maryland General Assembly earlier this year that begin to go into effect Oct. 1.
To determine the household items whose prices are soaring, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics to find the items with the largest percentage price increase since July 2020. Some miscellaneous and overlapping items were excluded.
The declaration would cover Anne Arundel and Cecil counties, allowing them to draw from grant funding to help residents with repairs and rehousing.
A regional Amtrak train hit and killed a person who was on the train tracks near Aberdeen, Maryland Sunday evening, according to Beth Toll, public relations manager for Amtrak.
The nascent oysters — known as spat — will only stay in their cages until June. Then, they’ll be transported to their forever home — the reefs of the oyster sanctuary at Fort Carroll, an artificial island in the Patapsco River south of Dundalk.
Faint praise caveats and all, left-hander John Means has still had one of the best seasons for an Orioles starter this century.
Dundalk residents are worried a storage facility proposed for a former War of 1812 battlefield could be built on land where British soldiers were buried, but surveys have found no evidence of remains.