Maryland law school deans and recent graduates are calling on the state’s highest court to waive the bar exam for new lawyers, citing concerns from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The executive orders could face legal challenges questioning the president’s authority to spend taxpayer dollars without the express approval of Congress.
Residents in the Baltimore metro region say they’ve sometimes waited more than a week for important mail and packages as people across the country have been reporting delays with the United States Postal Service.
Maryland officials announced 775 new cases of the coronavirus and 11 new deaths Saturday, and reported an increased positivity rate of just over 4%.
The Orioles had just two hits in the first seven innings Saturday, but three home runs, including a go-ahead blast from Anthony Santander, gave them a 5-3 win over the Washington Nationals.
Listening to Calais Campbell describe his first 10 days as a Raven, you would not guess he’s about to begin his 13th NFL season or strive for his sixth Pro Bowl selection.
Stacker compiled a review of facts and statistics about how COVID-19 relates to children in the U.S. from the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and other public health sources.
Under pressure from Republican politicians and a pending lawsuit, Montgomery County on Friday agreed to allow private schools to offer in-person classes, despite health threats from the coronavirus pandemic.
The Big Ten said players can continue to practice in helmets — but not pads — as it awaits further evaluation before introducing contact practices.
Baltimore Police said three women — ages 55, 71 and 75 — were among five people shot Saturday, including a 21-year-old woman killed in an earlier separate shooting.
Duff Goldman, the noted Baltimore cake maker, and Johnna Colbry, his wife, are expecting their first child, the couple announced Saturday.
The chief of schools in Queen Anne's County, Baltimore native Andrea Kane, has voiced support for Black Lives Matter. Now her job could be on the line.
Government and private programs aim to connect state residents to broadband during the coronavirus pandemic and build upon earlier efforts to expand digital access. But some residents still worry service won’t come soon enough.
Black-owned businesses across Baltimore are wrestling with how to keep going in the midst of the powerful effects of COVID-19, which is remaking the business landscape. Some of these businesses have been denied federal paycheck protection loans and many have closed. But others are finding fresh hope in the welcome boost of customers who want to support Black businesses.
Rich Moscarello, who worked as an equipment manager for Johns Hopkins athletics teams and took care of laundry for the Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts, has died at 68.
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