Where to stay when your favorite beaches are booked.
Gov. Larry Hogan relaxed state level mask restrictions last week.
Health Secretary Dennis Schrader says it took Maryland six months to get well over 3 million people vaccinated. He says it could take six more months to get the next 1 million people to take the shots.
Maryland's U.S. senators said President Joe Biden's infrastructure legislation may prove a good vehicle for their plan to repair damage done to Baltimore by a failed highway project.
A week in which 2019 No. 1 overall pick Adley Rutschman walked 10 times against three strikeouts with a double and two home runs shows he’s getting to where he wants to be at the plate.
How to vacation like a president: Where to catch a glimpse of the President and his family in Rehoboth Beach
One neighbor flies a Confederate flag, another flies the Black Lives Matter banner. What could go wrong?
“For me it is a sign that everyone is able to see me and those that look like me can create opportunities regardless of what others say we can do. We can create whatever we want,” Carter said.
A Baltimore-based digital health company that saw tremendous revenue growth over the last year has plans to expand after securing over $6 million in venture capital.
An episode of “Tamron Hall” filmed recently in Baltimore will air Tuesday at 3 p.m. on WBAL-TV. Guests include Mayor Brandon Scott, photographer Devin Allen and Orioles pitcher John Means.
The awful response by medical and public health professionals leading our response to COVID has been a huge and dangerous problem throughout the pandemic.
Individual matchups matter only so much, but they could shape the season ahead for several Ravens standouts.
A 19-year-old shot by police after allegedly driving at an officer last week in East Baltimore had been ordered held without bond earlier this year on gun and drug charges, but was set free by another judge, court records show.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott said he “could not ignore” concerns expressed among activists, tenant advocates and other progressive groups about the security deposit legislation.
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan has until the end of May to decide whether to sign or veto scores of bills passed by the Democrat-controlled Maryland General Assembly earlier this year.
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- Harford County Public Schools’ students ages 12 and older will have the opportunity to get their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at their middle or high school on Monday.