As state-ordered business shutdowns continue during the new coronavirus pandemic, Maryland labor officials have been notified of an increasing number of layoffs.
March finished with 18 homicides, a number in line with what’s typically been recorded during the month in recent years. But the overall crime picture remains more complex. Total reported crime in Baltimore has dipped, as have calls to 911, data show.
Maryland Natural Resources Police were set to resume Saturday an effort to recover former Maryland Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend’s missing daughter and grandson, who were last seen struggling in a canoe in the Chesapeake Bay on Thursday.
Mount Airy is in mourning following the loss of two members of their community that were killed in a shooting Thursday afternoon.
Nearly 60 inmates have been released for being low-risk amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Pimlico Race Course parking lot will be used as a drive-thru COVID-19 screening site, Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young announced Friday.
Whether it be through social media or through word of mouth there has been a fair amount of misinformation spread about the coronavirus. Here is the truth about common myths floating around.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Friday said coronavirus cases or clusters of cases have now been identified in 60 different nursing home facilities across the state, as well as in multiple correctional facilities in the state.
After eight years and several missed connections, Wolfe ended up where he thought he could’ve fit all along.
The U.S. State Department has coordinated the return of Americans from 74 countries since the end of January. But an untold number of Marylanders and other Americans remain waiting to return from overseas.
An Anne Arundel County police officer has been arrested and charged with possessing child pornography and for soliciting sex with an 8-year-old, the department announced Friday.
Journalists work no matter the situation -- even a pandemic. Here's how The Baltimore Sun is covering coronavirus, from one reporter's perspective.
Maryland universities are beginning to outline plans to refund students for tuition, room and board and fees after the university system restricted access to campus in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
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