State health officials released more contact tracing data on Wednesday that shows where some COVID-19 patients might have been exposed to the infectious disease.
One aspect of finding consistency and proving ones worth, Orioles hitting coach Don Long said, is how young hitters fare against the game’s top pitchers — and the Orioles have seen plenty of them this year.
Lamar Jackson’s steady progress as a passer has lifted the Ravens offense into the NFL’s elite.
Maryland's Judicial Proceedings Committee debated a second slate of police reform legislation Tuesday, including bills addressing the public release of body worn camera footage and lifting the cap off of settlement amounts regarding police misconduct.
A Windsor Mill woman changed her story to police after admitting to suffocating 1-year-old son, charging documents say.
The development effort would provide for 2,172 new units in all, but results in a net loss of public housing from what was provided at Perkins Homes and Somerset Court.
Hours after a Kentucky grand jury brought no charges against Louisville police for Breonna Taylor’s death and protesters took to the streets, authorities said two officers were shot and wounded Wednesday night during the demonstrations.
The average American would need over $1 million to retire in the United States at age 65. This figure has made retirement in the country unattainable for many, and as a result, retiring overseas has become an increasingly popular option. In this article, Stacker looks at what retirement is like for expats in 50 places around the world. Visit thestacker.com for similar lists and stories.
As advocates fret over the future of access to abortion in the U.S. following the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, they believe abortion rights are well-protected in Maryland — despite a lack of success for recent efforts to include them in the state’s constitution.
More than a century ago, Baltimore was dealing with a different pandemic, the “Spanish Flu,” as it began to hit Baltimore area military bases this week in 1918 before ravaging the city.
Neighborhood residents said a 5-month-old baby was injured after a car crash in Curtis Bay in South Baltimore on Wednesday night.
For the first time in nearly 15 years, Maryland’s General Assembly is issuing subpoenas, as lawmakers say they must have testimony from Gov. Larry Hogan’s former chief of staff about a six-figure payout he received from his prior job at a state agency.
Bacteria levels in parts of the Inner Harbor worsened in 2019, but the city's Waterfront Partnership is setting its sights on a harbor swimming area as part of its "2030 Vision."
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan said it would be a mistake for the GOP-held U.S. Senate to confirm a Supreme Court nominee on a party-line vote ahead of November’s presidential election.
Maurice C. Jones, a CPA who was the founder of MCJ & Associates and a lifelong football fan, has died at 43.
Brigade Commander Ryan Chapman likely knew that his semester leading the midshipmen would be different than others.
The 2020 Baltimore Sun Business and Civic Hall of Fame inductees are the fifth group to be recognized for achievements in business, philanthropy, public service, education, the arts and more.
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