Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott released an action plan for his first term in office Wednesday to mark the one-year anniversary since he was sworn in.
Democratic lawmakers sent a redrawn Maryland congressional map to Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday evening, brushing aside objections from Republicans to pass their redistricting plan along party lines.
Baltimore attorney Ken Ravenell helped Richard Byrd go from a Park Heights stick-up boy to a multimillionaire nightclub and branding impresario running a cross-country marijuana distribution ring, Byrd testified Wednesday in federal court.
Baltimore will remain as headquarters of a new Constellation energy company to be formed when energy giant Exelon splits its utilities and power-generation businesses next year.
Days after a cyberattack disrupted services provided by the Maryland Department of Health, including its COVID-19 dashboard, reporting resumed for hospitalizations related to the pandemic, showing an 18% spike in just five days. Yet surveillance data related to new cases and deaths caused by the coronavirus — or the state’s positivity rate — has not updated since the weekend.
Just 15% of the state’s public school students passed math and 35% passed English, the greatest single-year declines on any state tests given in at least the past two decades in Maryland.
Lawyers for Diana Toebbe of Annapolis, who is charged along with her husband in a scheme to sell Navy submarine secrets to a foreign government, denied Wednesday that she had contemplated fleeing the United States to avoid arrest.
According to Sports Info Solutions, Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is 18-for-28 with 149 yards, two touchdowns and one interception and has been sacked twice in the no-huddle.
- The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection has “no choice” but to move forward with contempt charges against former Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, the panel’s chairman said Wednesday.
Before the coronavirus pandemic hit, 59% of Americans were living paycheck-to-paycheck, according to a 2019 Charles Schwab survey. In March, the number of people reporting a temporary layoff more than doubled, bringing the number to 1.8 million, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. In the same survey, it was noted that the number of people who are unemployed rose by 1.4 million. This marked a March increase in the unemployment rate of 0.9 percent — the largest monthly increase since January 1975. If your job was one affected by the coronavirus, coping with the effects of that loss can be emotionally taxing. Here are some ways to handle the sudden change and to stay positive.
Ashley Owusu scored eight of her 20 points in the fourth quarter to push No. 8 Maryland women’s basketball to an 86-71 victory over Purdue on Wednesday night.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison and State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby are pushing back against criticism that criminals aren’t being arrested and prosecuted enough in Baltimore City.
Just because Buck Showalter, as former star outfielder Adam Jones noted, is a level-raiser and can quickly bring a high standard to an organization doesn’t mean it will be a tidy fit should he end up back in New York.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards will be a test site during some Orioles games next season for a security technology that uses 3D imaging and artificial intelligence to detect hidden threats.
Those rapid COVID-19 tests actually do work pretty well, even if people don’t have symptoms, according to a large new study conducted in Baltimore.
Commander Brian Bourgeois, commanding officer of SEAL Team 8 and Naval Academy graduate, died Tuesday at Norfolk Sentara General Hospital after sustaining injuries during training on Saturday in Virginia Beach, Virginia, according to a news release.
Catholic Charities has embarked on a $75 million fundraising campaign — its largest ever — in hopes of providing resources to help children, aid disabled adults and fund community revitalization in Baltimore.
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- Human Services Programs of Carroll County may be best known for operating Carroll County’s shelter system, including the seasonal cold weather shelter but the organization also offers a slew of other services designed to help people live more fulfilling lives, from support in building parenting skills to programs designed to promote financial Independence and stability.