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Coronavirus-related hospitalizations continued a recent surge as Maryland reported 1,923 new cases Monday and 16 deaths tied to COVID-19, the disease the virus causes.
Almost three months into the strangest season in NFL history, the league has made clear what it is willing to sacrifice: Competitive balance doesn’t matter amid a pandemic. Health and safety do, according to league officials.
Two factors — the coronavirus pandemic and a public numb to what once seemed to be astonishingly large prizes — have seen jackpots that once topped $1 billion tumble.
An activist legal group says it’s begun receiving case files in its fight to pry loose records on Baltimore Police use-of-force cases, but continues to face significant hurdles.

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The holiday season isn't canceled! COVID-19 cannot stop us from getting gifts for all of our loved ones, including teachers, grandparents, single friends and even self-lovers. Let our 2020 Gift Guide make your year a little easier. Our editorial staff compiled this report independently. Tribune Publishing may earn a commission if you purchase a product through one of the affiliate links.
Allysa Dittmar and Aaron Hsu launched ClearMask, a line of transparent masks to improve communication for people who are deaf and hard of hearing communities and now they've sold 12 million of the masks due to COVID-19.
Cyber Monday is around the corner— but many retailers have already put items on sale at their lowest prices of the year in hopes that consumers will shop earlier. HP ZBook Studio G7 Mobile Workstation: $1,376.50 at HP. The sleek package includes NVIDIA Quadro graphics and Bang& Olufsen audio, as well as a long-lasting battery life that makes designing-on-the-go...
2020 has been a hard year for Americans. If stress over the nation’s future has you spiraling down a rabbit hole of overwhelming emotions, you might be in need of a post-election detox. To best understand what that means and, better yet, how to do it, here are tips and advice from licensed professionals that might help you navigate any post-election anxieties.
Utility-related scams are nothing new. But now that Maryland’s moratorium on service terminations has ended, utility companies, consumer advocates and the state’s Public Service Commission are issuing fresh warnings to be on the lookout.
After several days of sunny, warm weather, clouds are beginning to lower and thicken Sunday night as a low-pressure system begins to move into the Baltimore area bringing a cold front and rain along with it, the National Weather Service said.
Here’s a look at each of the Orioles’ players who are eligible for arbitration and who Baltimore might replace them with if they’re let go.
Since he was a child, Pedro Chesley had imagined himself as a soldier. Chesley, 20, an Army reservist, and his girlfriend, Diamond Davis, 21, were killed in a triple shooting Nov. 21 in Baltimore.
The No. 12 Maryland women’s basketball team routed No. 14 Arkansas, 115-96, on Sunday in its final game at the Gulf Coast Showcase in Estero, Florida.
The Maryland men's basketball team used a 21-0 run to pull away from Mount St. Mary’s for a 79-61 win.
Maryland men’s basketball great Len Bias will be inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame.
Before a COVID-19 outbreak hit, the Baltimore Ravens believed they could live up to the mantra printed for them on T-shirts: Test negative, stay positive. The past week has shown how difficult that can be.
The Sun is asking for your nominations for the 2020 Marylander of the Year.
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