After decades of debate and calls for reform, the thoroughbred racing industry will be governed by uniform federal regulations starting Friday, a prospect that has inspired widespread worry among Maryland horsemen.
Maryland's once delayed 2022 primary election is finally upon us. As you make plans to head to the polls (or your local ballot drop box), here’s what you need to know about how to vote this summer.
Robbie Leonard, a Democratic candidate for Baltimore County state’s attorney, was reprimanded in 2020 by Maryland’s attorney disciplinary commission for audio recording the cross-examination of an expert witness during a trial with his cell phone. Leonard is challenging incumbent Scott Shellenberger, who raised the issue during a candidate forum Monday night.
Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston breaks down the positional battles at running back, left guard, offensive tackle, tight end, nose tackle and safety heading into Ravens training camp next month.
Los Angeles-based attorneys whose resumes include a battle over the estate of Michael Jackson, family fights over sports franchises and a multimillion-dollar award against O.J. Simpson have requested the court’s permission to represent Peter Angelos’ wife, Georgia, and his son, John, in a lawsuit filed by his younger son, Louis.
Prominent Baltimore defense attorney Ken Ravenell is appealing his federal money laundering conviction, according to recently filed court papers.
This summer Maryland will impose new restrictions on crabbing in the Chesapeake Bay — including the first-ever limits on how many bushels of male blue crabs watermen can haul each day — in response to a troubling decline in the population of the beloved crustaceans.
- Cassidy Hutchinson, an aide in Donald Trump’s White House, is making a surprise appearance Tuesday before the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection.
Five people were taken to the hospital after a fire in Dundalk early Tuesday morning that damaged three homes.
Marion E. “Elain” House, whose career as a physical education instructor and award-winning coach at Lansdowne High School spanned more than three decades, died Thursday from bladder cancer at her Linthicum home. She was 76.
Leaving Mount de Sales as the area’s most prolific girl runner ever, Stanford commit Juliette Whittaker is only the sixth athlete — boy or girl — to be a repeat winner of The Baltimore Sun high school Athlete of the Year in the awards’ 55 years.
Radio show host Cassandra Ferguson is elevating and uplifting others through her Towson-based Elevation media brand.
One person died in a five-vehicle crash that overturned their vehicle on Tuesday afternoon, Baltimore Police said. The driver was pronounced dead on the scene by medics.
Scores of community and political leaders joined with the families of Capital shooting victims and journalists Tuesday morning to mark four years since the attack on the Annapolis newsroom.
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- An Ellicott City based nonprofit, HoCo Pirate Adventures creates monthly scavenger hunts for families and also donates to community-based charities. Its creator, Chris Fuchs was recently named the Howard County winner of the William Donald Schaefer Helping People Award by the Office of the Comptroller of Maryland.