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Austin Hays' walk-off single in the bottom of the 10th temporarily prevented the Orioles from becoming the first team in MLB to lose 100 games this season.
Opinions swirled around the controversial street sign in Pigtown, from a grieving woman who wants her brother’s name remembered to the families frustrated that their street could be dedicated to a man with such a rap sheet.
More than 10,000 Marylanders have been killed by COVID-19 as of Thursday, a once-unthinkable death toll reflecting the severity of a pandemic that has killed millions more worldwide.
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The MPSSAA executive committee will vote on the proposal on Sept. 24. On Wednesday, the state football committee — comprised of representatives from nine districts — voted to recommend the proposal be considered.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison implored any witnesses to talk to police after four kids were injured in a shooting outside a vacant East Baltimore rowhouse Tuesday night.
In an unusual trial that concluded Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Maryland, the jury heard directly from two defendants who said they had taken their charges to trial even though they were guilty.
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24/7 Wall St. has ranked all 50 states according to the average price of a cheese pizza in each one.
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.
The 37th Maryland Wine Festival will return to Carroll County this Saturday and Sunday after a year’s hiatus because of the COVID-19 pandemic, featuring wine tasting, wine sales, live music, juried artisans and a variety of food vendors.
The Orioles’ game against the Yankees on Wednesday night had plenty of must-see moments. What happened in the top of the ninth might trump all of it.
An investigation by the Baltimore Inspector General’s Office found that an auctioneer owed the city nearly half a million dollars from auctions of impounded or abandoned vehicles in the summer of 2018.
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