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Baltimore will buy the liens of more than 450 owner-occupied homes this fall in an effort to protect the properties from tax sale, Mayor Brandon Scott announced Thursday.
Baltimore prosecutors began Thursday to present evidence in another murder case against Malik Samartaney, telling jurors the 68-year-old former Marine from Northwest Baltimore killed his grown daughter, dismembered her body, and threw her away at a dumpster.
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Anne Arundel County State's Attorney Anne Colt Leitess says she'll seek reelection and stay in the courtroom, turning to preparations for another complex trial just after leading the team that won a verdict in the Capital Gazette mass shooting case.
Cases are starting to circle through soccer teams and history classes, cafeterias and school buses, but parents and students say they’re overjoyed to be returning to full-capacity school for the first time in months, albeit with a COVID-19 storm cloud overhead.
Maryland’s state and local governments have been awash in federal money to help with the response to the coronavirus pandemic. Here are five things to know about the $11.9 billion Maryland receives from the American Rescue Plan Act.
An unofficial car show is returning to Ocean City this weekend. Here's what you need to know.
After two days of wet conditions, cool fall weather is making its way to the Baltimore region for the next week.
Anthony 'InkBoy' Chestnut finds that clients who flock to his downtown Baltimore shop are often in search of someone who will understand the techniques and tools that tattooing Black skin requires.
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To get a picture of what the world was like a million years ago, 24/7 Tempo reviewed materials and information from sources such as Live Science, the British Geological Survey and NASA.
Stop telling us what you’re about to do, and do it. Just don’t put out any more patronizing “overview memos” in the name of transparency; they leave the impression of all-talk-no-action — and that’s the last impression we need when bodies are still falling on sidewalks at a sickening pace.
Orto, a popular Italian restaurant in Charles North, closed its doors Thursday.
Del. Erek Barron of Prince George's County would be the first Black person to hold the post, and the first Democrat in 20 years.
Maryland is allowing out-of-state licensed nurses to practice, encouraging early graduation for nursing students and asking hospital leaders to recruit nurses from other states as the country faces a nationwide shortage of medical staff amid the ongoing pandemic.
A protégé of iconic violinist Itzhak Perlman, the 25-year-old is celebrating a new album and planning future horizons.
Tenants of The Gallery at Harborplace mall on Pratt Street in downtown Baltimore have been told to vacate the multi-level shopping center, while the mall's owner said it is evaluating options for the Inner Harbor property.
Baltimore Sun staff writers pick every game of the NFL season. Here’s who they have winning in Week 3.
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