From the Terps overcoming costly penalties and mistakes to the defense delivering another strong performance, here are three takeaways from an eventful and unorthodox Friday night at Memorial Stadium.
In almost every game, the Chiefs are going to go on a scoring run and then turn their top pass rushers loose to seal the victory. That spells trouble for the Ravens, Mike Preston writes.
Maryland transitioned to cashless tolling in 2020. The rollout has been fraught with glitches, including overbilling customers, according to a state audit.
Jamerria Hall was charged with first-degree murder in the deaths of her 6-year-old daughter, Da’Neria Thomas, and 8-year-old son, Davin Thomas Jr., after the children were found dead inside their Southwest Baltimore apartment last month.
The Chiefs have become a nemesis reminiscent of a small club of past foes that thumped the Ravens year after year. With another matchup looming Sunday night, do they have the Ravens' number?
Just as quickly as the Orioles built an early lead, Boston erased it and eventually cruised to a 9-3 victory before an announced 30,027 on a clear day in Boston.
Donning neon vests and hard hats, construction crews and developers gathered Friday for a “topping out” ceremony at the site of what eventually will be Port Covington’s Rye Street Market, the first of five buildings currently underway on the waterfront campus to have its exterior shell completed.
The state has drafted new wastewater requirements for the Valley Proteins factory in Linkwood, and is planning to levy a “substanitial” financial penalty over pollution concerns.
- The fence around the Capitol is back up. The District of Columbia’s police department is at the ready. The U.S. Capitol Police have requested assistance from nearby law enforcement agencies including the National Guard.
Sunday Citizen compiled facts and statistics on how remote work has affected sleep using 2020 data from health news publications, scientific journals, and surveys that look into the effects of remote work on different aspects of life.
Carroll County Public Schools reported Friday that 803 close contact individuals are in quarantine because of possible COVID-19 exposure.
Drew S. Talbott, owner of a local construction company who was also a competitive Chesapeake Bay sailor, died of a heart attack Sept. 8. The longtime Anneslie resident was 58.
A mainstay on the Baltimore waterfront, Living Classrooms expands its mission to "disrupt the ecosystem of poverty."
After almost 45 years to the day that police found her body dumped near a cemetery, Baltimore County Police said detectives identified “Woodlawn Jane Doe” thanks to new DNA testing.
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- With Maryland regulators drafting the rules for sports betting, some college athletics officials — and some oddsmakers — believe universities could do more to safeguard against leaks from campus that could affect schools’ images and credibility.