With the promotions of third baseman Coby Mayo (No. 5) and outfielder Colton Cowser (No. 6), each of Baltimore’s top nine prospects are in the upper minors or the major leagues.
University of Maryland doctors are using a registry of health data from college athletes to study COVID's effects on the heart.
Two men were killed, and a woman was hurt in a shooting Sunday night at The Hub Sports Bar & Grill in Frankford Plaza in Northeast Baltimore, police said. Also this weekend, another person was killed and 15 injured during a spate of weekend violence that began Friday night.
Over the past week, The Baltimore Sun editorial board endorsed candidates in four primary races of particular importance to our readers.
The tiny Eastern Shore community of Trappe voted two decades ago to annex more than 900 acres so a developer could build some 2,500 homes. That vision is starting to become reality, but it's meeting with opposition from residents and environmentalists.
How much can the Ravens' lackluster downfield attack improve after trading away its most established deep threat?
A dual-threat quarterback, a do-everything basketball player and a state champion track athlete, Glenelg senior Bisi Owens did it all to be selected as The Baltimore Sun’s 2021-22 high school boys Athlete of the Year.
- The Supreme Court sided Monday with a high school football coach from Washington state who sought to kneel and pray on the field after games.
For this list, Stacker dug into film history to find 25 popular movies that originally had different titles. Here is a look at the creative process behind why some of our favorite films were almost named something entirely different. For more galleries, visit Stacker.
Behind a goal and an assist from Nathan MacKinnon, the Avalanche won the Stanley Cup for the third time in franchise history and first in more than two decades by beating the Tampa Bay Lightning, 2-1, in Game 6 of the final Sunday night.
The United States has won all three world championships and will try to remain perfect with the help of four Maryland residents.
Many top-level political officials or candidates in Maryland reacted Friday to the overturning of Roe v. Wade by calling for legislative changes or increased funding for existing or new abortion services in a state that has already taken progressive measures to support abortion rights.
In Baltimore-area gay bars and clubs there is an expectation among loyal patrons that bartenders will have a heavy hand when it comes to pouring liquor.