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Dozens of demonstrators descended on a Middle River crabhouse Saturday afternoon to confront its operator over racist comments posted to social media.

The vote count continued Saturday in the Democratic primary for Baltimore mayor, with former Mayor Sheila Dixon holding a lead and a chief rival’s campaign saying a lot of things "have gone wrong” in the election process.

As Baltimore elections officials hustle to count tens of thousands of vote-by-mail ballots, city voters have been left to wonder whether their ballots were ever received.

Seventeen Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church parishioners have died from COVID-19 — three of them after waiting but being unable to get one of the 100-120 free tests administered by the city health departmen.

A lot has changed since diners were last able to gather in crowded restaurants, but some states are easing shelter-in-place guidelines and reopening to eat-in. Here are some guidelines for the post-pandemic dining scene set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and National Restaurant Association. (Madeline Buiano and Rosie Siefert, The Daily Meal)

Reddit co-founder and Columbia native Alexis Ohanian announced his resignation from the board of the social media site and urged the board to replace him with a black candidate.

Maryland’s highest court reinstated a $200,000 judgment against a Baltimore Police officer for excessive force after the officer, who is white, opened fire on an black man during a traffic stop five years ago.

A 60-year-old Maryland man was arrested Friday after a video appeared to show him violently grab an object from a young adult who was posting signs protesting the death of George Floyd, park police said.

Baltimore Police are looking for the driver of a sedan that they believe sped down Park Heights Avenue on Saturday morning, killing a woman who was trying to cross the street.

Baltimore’s black youth are helping lead a movement to end racial injustice that is grounded in the collective memories of the city wrenched apart, with neighborhoods in flames and businesses looted.

Towson University is convening a committee to change the names of two residence halls named after two Maryland men who owned slave owners, the university announced Friday.

Even as government officials ease coronavirus-related restrictions on indoor gatherings, many houses of worship are "in no rush" to reopen, citing ongoing health concerns.

Seventeen Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church parishioners have died from COVID-19 — three of them after waiting but being unable to get one of the 100-120 free tests administered by the city health departmen.

Seeing Baltimore as ‘our city,’ a suburban Catholic church raised $500,000 in one weekend for a rec center and school on the southwest side.

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Races to Watch

Displays percentage of vote as distributed among the top candidates in each race.
See the full election results here »

Baltimore City Mayor Democratic
Candidate
votes
Sheila Dixon
27,608
41.4%
Brandon Scott
23,985
35.9%
Mary Miller
15,144
22.7%
3 of 4 precincts reporting; 3 of 24 candidates shown
Baltimore City Comptroller Democratic
Candidate
votes
Bill Henry
44,748
52.6%
Joan M. Pratt
Incumbent
40,268
47.4%
3 of 4 precincts reporting
Baltimore City Council President Democratic
Candidate
votes
Nick Mosby
34,201
43.5%
Shannon Sneed
24,170
30.8%
Carl Stokes
20,222
25.7%
3 of 4 precincts reporting; 3 of 7 candidates shown
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