Homes for sale are scarce in the Baltimore region, and those on the market often receive multiple bids and sell within days. That’s made buying a home all the more difficult for first-time buyers.
Calling the level of Baltimore's current violence "beyond comprehension," City Council members are giving city police about two weeks to come up with a plan for reducing it as budget discussions loom next month.
In a Preakness field with several compelling contenders, Kentucky Derby runner-up Epicenter is the clear favorite because he never has a bad day. “That’s the thing about Epicenter,” trainer Steve Asmussen said. “What’d you see? More of the same."
There are no drug controversies around the nine horses that will run in Saturday’s Preakness, and crowds and musical acts are back. This return to the familiar belies the unsettled state of an industry that’s still grappling with uneven drug enforcement, scrutiny on fatal breakdowns and the tarnishing — in the eyes of some— of its most enduring star, suspended trainer Bob Baffert.
Some previously sealed documents in the criminal case against Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby will become public after a federal judge sided with The Baltimore Sun and other news outlets who requested the court revisit its decision to seal certain filings.
An annual survey of the Chesapeake Bay has found the blue crab population at its smallest since scientists began tracking the beleaguered species in 1990.
Brittney Spencer attributes her musical style and success to growing up in Baltimore. She returns to her hometown this weekend to perform at the new Preakness Live festival.
Ravens punter Sam Koch appeared in a franchise-record 256 regular-season games, including a team-record 239 consecutively from 2006 to 2020.
- In the past week, Britain, Spain, Portugal, Italy, U.S., Sweden and Canada all reported monkeypox infections, mostly in young men who hadn’t previously traveled to Africa.
To determine which metropolitan areas are the best-paying for construction workers, researchers at Construction Coverage analyzed data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Employment Statistics survey.
The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for much of Maryland on Friday, including the Baltimore area, warning that storms could bring high winds, hail and possible tornados.
By refocusing as a switch hitter in the minor leagues, Anthony Santander has made his mark with the Orioles from both sides of the plate.
In University of Maryland, Baltimore commencement address, Dr. Anthony Fauci challenges graduates to keep learning and combat inequities.
In 2016, then-San Fransisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick sparked a league-wide protest against racial injustice and police brutality by kneeling during the national anthem.
A six-run fifth inning sparked John Carroll to a 10-2 win over No. 8 Curley in the MIAA A Conference double-elimination playoffs.
Dr. Simeon G. “Moan” Margolis, a retired leading endocrinologist, professor and medical columnist, died of cardiovascular disease Monday at Roland Park Place. The former longtime Cedarcroft resident was 91.
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- In a school of nearly 1,000 kids, Jasmine Brunson Jr. was a well-known, positive figure. After Brunson was gunned down on prom night, the school community mourns his loss.