Reported cases have mostly been on the decline in Maryland since mid-January, when they were at an all-time high.
Wordsmith, a Baltimore-based songwriter and performer, wrote an essay for Black History Month telling Black people to raise youth to tell the truth and be a voice for reconciliation.
Here’s a roundup of frequently asked questions, and answers, as Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine nears approval.
With spring break upon us, and many people hitting a pandemic wall and the urge to escape their homes, the temptations for some to let down their guard will be strong — and we just can’t go there unless we want to lose the progress we are starting to see.
After the death of his father, a beloved MTA bus driver shot and killed on the job in Baltimore, former Lake Clifton star Aaron Parks went overseas to continue his professional basketball career.
As COVID-19 cases have eased up and Baltimore has loosened restrictions on live performances at other venues, adult entertainment has remained off-limits.
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan used the Purple Line in the Washington suburbs of Maryland as an example of the sort of public-private partnership he likes.
A former Under Armour employee who is alleging she was fired in retaliation for reporting on inappropriate work behavior and an environment hostile toward women claims the company and her former boss destroyed evidence that was relevant to her case.
After months of delay, the Maryland Transportation Authority released a report on the four options for the proposed third Chesapeake Bay Bridge crossing span, that the public can now comment on through May 10.
Daft Punk has enjoyed what was arguably the most influential and accomplished career in modern electronic music. Here are 10 essential moments from their career.
After spending additional time in the minors, the Orioles outfielders represent some of the most promising long-term major leaguers currently on the roster.
Army West Point attackman Brendan Nichtern and Penn State midfielder Olivia Dirks are The Sun’s National Players of the Week in men’s and women’s lacrosse, respectively.
Baltimore County Board of Education passed a $1.74 billion budget plan Tuesday night, sending it to the county executive and council for final consideration.
The Carroll County Board of Education voted Wednesday night to send an updated return-to-school plan that would double the amount of in-person learning for most students to the state’s education department for approval.
Energy giant Exelon, owner of Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. and five other utilities, plans to split up its utilities and power generation businesses, including Baltimore-based power supplier Constellation.
The path that would eventually take Brown to Broadway and acclaim, began at the old Frederick Douglass High School on Dolphin Street, where she was a student of the legendary music teacher W. Llewellyn Wilson, who also had instructed Cab Calloway.