After years of failure, Maryland-based Novavax aims to attract the vaccine-hesitant with an alternative to mRNA shots. But will it find a market?
A Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office list of more than 300 Baltimore police officers with credibility issues, many of whom continue to be called to testify in court, has been made public for the first time after a court ordered the office to release the list last fall.
Third baseman Coby Mayo is the Orioles' No. 5 prospect, entering Wednesday as one of only three minor leaguers that 20 years old or younger with double-digit home runs.
Three of the four teams competing in Friday’s NCAA Tournament semifinals have benefitted from scouring the transfer portal to find players who have made immediate contributions to their success this spring. But some coaches are worried about "the trickle-down effect."
The Greater Baltimore Committee plans to hire a “public safety advocate” who will track crime statistics, monitor data on prosecutions, and make monthly reports on violent crime in the area.
A Baltimore County official who was paid for nearly a year after he stopped working, using months of sick time, is no longer on the county payroll.
- The governor of Oklahoma signed into law the nation’s strictest abortion ban, making the state the first in the nation to effectively end availability of the procedure.
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Experts discuss how to answer questions that children are likely to as, and some methods parents can use to help young people of all ages process their feelings.
Public health officials in Maryland are concerned that measles vaccinations have dropped as global cases have risen.
John Phillips “Jack” Moore Jr., a retired Xerox executive who later taught business at Towson University, died of an infection May 14 at his Village of Cross Keys home. He was 88.
Jane De Hitta dropped out of UMBC to undergo treatment for stage two breast cancer and once she completed chemotherapy, she returned to complete her degree and will be crossing the UMBC stage on Thursday.
Early 20th century Baltimore witnessed a number of dire shortages, often referred to as “famines,” for everything from chewing gum to ice.
When coach John Harbaugh was asked on Wednesday whether star quarterback Lamar Jackson would attend Ravens OTAs, he said, “I’ll let Lamar speak for himself on this topic.”
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- Jane De Hitta dropped out of UMBC to undergo treatment for stage two breast cancer and once she completed chemotherapy, she returned to complete her degree and will be crossing the UMBC stage on Thursday.