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The 18-year-old Morgan State University student who was injured in a shooting on the Northeast Baltimore campus Saturday night is expected to make a full recovery, Morgan State University President David K. Wilson said in a statement Sunday.
Elijah Gorham’s family, teammates and coaches, along with classmates, football players from other Baltimore high schools and city leaders, gathered for a memorial service at the place where Gorham was perhaps best known and most at home: Mervo’s football field.
At least seven people, including four teenagers, were shot Friday night in what police described as a drive-by shooting in West Baltimore, city officials said.
From Maryland's ongoing search for a primary option on offense to continued struggles with penalties, here are three takeaways from Saturday's 34-16 loss to Minnesota.
An oversight board for Baltimore Inspector General Isabel Mercedes Cumming canceled next week’s meeting evaluating her performance amid Cumming waiving her privacy rights and advocating for the meeting to be open to the public.
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24/7 Tempo compiled the 30 oldest structures in the world by consulting a number of sources, including Archaeology, World Archaeology, Archaeology News Network, Interesting Engineering, Building Talk, Oldest, Realm of History, The Culture Trip, Reader’s Digest, All That Is Interesting, and Smithsonian Magazine.
As some employers in Maryland boost minimum hourly pay and momentum builds to increase the federal minimum wage, women have a lot to gain.
Here’s a roundup of spooky musical events in the greater Baltimore area that might just make a chill run down your spine.
The Baltimore City Health Department and other health agencies are attempting to boost acceptance of COVID-19 innoculations by deploying an army of “vaccine ambassadors” in neighborhoods and communities, redefining who can be a trusted messenger.
Shopping patterns established during the COVID pandemic are here to stay, experts say, with further growth expected in home delivery, curbside pickup and online subscriptions of everything from pet food to coffee.
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