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Jack Keogh and Cole Williams have become comfortable in their own skin in dealing with alopecia, an auto-immune disorder in which the immune system mistakenly attacks hair as an invader.

Pugh used the books as promotional materials during her 2016 mayoral run and the proceeds from their sale to pump illegal money into her campaign, prosecutors said.

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay on Friday finally revealed that, after three months in the making, he and his crew were in Ellicott City this week to film a special two-hour episode of “24 Hours to Hell and Back” that will air in May.

When you’re in the mood for pizza, what’s your go-to? Is it a local hole-in-the-wall slice shop? An old-school Italian joint? A frozen pizza you pop in the oven? Or do you head to a nearby chain? If you’re like many Americans, a chain is your best and most dependable option, and we’ve rounded up the top 35.

For the past 20 years, the Pantone Color Institute has selected the annual Pantone Color of the Year. Each year, the Pantone Color Institute consults trend analysis and inspiration from around the world as part of their selection process. When asked why Classic Blue, Leatrice Eiseman the executive director of the Pantone Color Institute, said, "We are living in a...

Gov. Larry Hogan’s political lobbying organization will begin airing television ads against Democrats in the General Assembly over crime and taxes.

Maryland lawmakers are weighing whether to give a break to Baltimore City on how much more money the city should contribute to additional programs for public schools.

A flu outbreak sickened 82 people aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship that returned to Baltimore, but none met the criteria for the coronavirus.

Maryland stocks plunged along with the rest of the market this week amid growing fears and uncertainty about coronavirus and its impact on the economy.

A $389 million plan to overhaul two of the state’s thoroughbred horse racing tracks has cleared a key hurdle in the Maryland General Assembly.

A Baltimore judge is to sentence Keith Davis Jr. on Friday for murder in a politically charged case that became a rallying cry for social activists in the city.

Chris Davis has been taking some big swings this week, and he took one on Friday morning at baseball's ongoing sign-stealing scandal.

Hollander joined WBAL radio as host of “Sportsline” in 2010.

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