The North Carroll High School graduate at one point had the lead in the triathlon before finishing third behind gold medalist Flora Duffy of Bermuda and silver medalist Georgia Taylor-Brown of Great Britain.
Barron, 47, a defense attorney, has been a member of the House of Delegates since 2015. Before that, he worked stints as a federal prosecutor, as an assistant state’s attorney in Prince George’s County and Baltimore and for then-Sen. Joe Biden between 2007 and 2009.
The ongoing negotiations over a nearly $1 trillion investment in the nation’s railroads, roads, bridges, ports and broadband internet — and how Maryland might spend federal dollars it receives — took center stage in a virtual summit hosted by the Greater Baltimore Committee.
Colds and other respiratory infections are infecting people now that many coronavirus pandemic restrictions have lifted and people are mixing at work, camp and in social settings.
The Maryland Attorney General's Office has hired a former Department of Justice Civil Rights trial attorney to investigate police-involved killings in a new unit.
Smith, 29, has 9 ½ sacks in seven seasons, including one in eight games last year with the Las Vegas Raiders.
Paralympic swimmer Becca Meyers’ achievements were recognized by Larry Hogan at a news conference covering the state’s progress and setbacks in empowering Marylanders with disabilities.
Jeffrey W. Long, a retired deputy director of the Baltimore County Department of Planning, died of cardiac arrest July 14. The Towson resident was 63.
Storms could bring wind gusts up to 60 mph and penny-sized hail, according to the National Weather Service.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott has unveiled a five-year crime-fighting plan that calls for tripling the number of Safe Streets sites, but also revamping current model.
Maryland colleges and universities are adjusting computer software, hiring additional staff and considering third-party vendors to manage the influx of COVID-19 vaccination records from students and employees ahead of the fall semester.
The Olympic regatta got underway Sunday in Enoshima, Japan, with Annapolis native Farrah Hall standing 17th out of 28 competitors after three races were held on Sunday. The 1999 Broadneck High graduate placed seventh in Race 3, her best result in any international competition.
Orioles outfielder Ryan McKenna has been optioned to the minor leagues five times this season. On Sunday, however, he showed flashes of what manager Brandon Hyde believes he can be.
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- Barron, 47, a defense attorney, has been a member of the House of Delegates since 2015. Before that, he worked stints as a federal prosecutor, as an assistant state’s attorney in Prince George’s County and Baltimore and for then-Sen. Joe Biden between 2007 and 2009.