The Baltimore Sun

5 takeaways from Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's second inaugural speech

As the longest federal government shutdown in history continues, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan gave his second inaugural address Wednesday, and denounced the state of American politics in Washington. Here are five takeaways from his speech, as prepared for delivery: No mention of Trump by name, but...

Hogan's inauguration

more

More news

John E. Cooper, insurance salesman, dies

John E. Cooper, insurance salesman, dies

John E. Cooper, a retired insurance man and Army veteran, died Sunday from Alzheimer’s disease at Ultimate Residential Care in Northeast Baltimore. The Baldwin resident was 79. John Edward Cooper, who was born in Baltimore and raised in Hamilton and Arbutus, was the son of John Baker Cooper, and...

Region

More Maryland news
Edgewood's Smiths Detection lands large Homeland Security contract for radiation monitoring devices

Sports

More sports

Opinion

More opinion

Video

More video

Business

More business
  • Domino's Pizza legally required to make app and website accessible for blind people

    Domino's Pizza legally required to make app and website accessible for blind people

    Domnio’s Pizza has been legally required to makes its app and website fully accessible to the visually impaired following a years-long legal battle with a blind customer who was left unable to order a pie with personalized toppings through his iPhone. Guillermo Robles in a lawsuit filed back in...

  • Staples to close Hanover warehouse, lay off 61

    Staples to close Hanover warehouse, lay off 61

    The office supply giant Staples plans to close its fulfillment center in Hanover, eliminating many of the 61 local positions, as it consolidates its regional warehouses, according to information from company and state officials. The company reported this week to the state Department of Labor, Licensing...

  • Sinclair Broadcast launches STIRR streaming service

    Sinclair Broadcast launches STIRR streaming service

    Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. announced the launch Wednesday of a free streaming TV service called STIRR that will include local and national channels and on-demand shows, a step the Hunt Valley-based TV station owner said would boost access to broadcast programming in a digital age. The streaming...

  • BWI workers plan rally to call for end to government shutdown

    BWI workers plan rally to call for end to government shutdown

    Workers at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport plan to rally Wednesday afternoon to call for an end to the government shutdown, which has left Transportation Security Administration officials among the thousands of federal employees working without pay. BWI subcontractors...

Entertainment

More entertainment
  • Ejji Ramen restaurant in Belvedere Square offering free dish to federal employees during government shutdown

    Ejji Ramen restaurant in Belvedere Square offering free dish to federal employees during government shutdown

    The Ejji Ramen restaurant in Belvedere Square is offering free meals to federal workers during the ongoing partial government shutdown. Federal workers with a valid government ID will be able to order a free Rice Bowl dish at the North Baltimore eatery, as well as at a second Ejji Ramen location...

  • Playing to win: Gaming community hub grows in Laurel

    Playing to win: Gaming community hub grows in Laurel

    As kids, Isaac Carr and Israel Thomas grew up playing the same video game: Super Smash Bros. Melee on the Nintendo GameCube. To win, a player must knock his or her opponent off a virtual stage using kicks, jabs, jumps and other moves that the gamers dictate with nothing but their fingers. On a...

  • Garden & Gun names Bluebird Cocktail Room one of the South's best new bars

    Garden & Gun names Bluebird Cocktail Room one of the South's best new bars

    Baltimore’s Hampden neighborhood is home to one of the South’s best new bars, according to Garden & Gun magazine. The Bluebird Cocktail Room, the dimly lit bar known for artisanal drinks, literary references and elevated food, was the only Maryland establishment on the magazine’s list, published...

  • Legendary Broadway actress Carol Channing dead at 97

    Legendary Broadway actress Carol Channing dead at 97

    Legendary Broadway actress Carol Channing, who also starred on TV and on the big screen, died Tuesday. She was 97. Channing passed away at her home in California of natural causes, her publicist Harlan Boll said. The Seattle native won a Tony Award in 1964 for her performance of the lead role in...

Lifestyle

More lifestyle

Events

Find or submit events

Sun Investigates

More Sun Investigates

From the Vault

More Retro Baltimore
39°