The sixth annual Cherry Hill Arts & Music Waterfront Festival is designed to honor the legacy of Harriet Tubman 200 years after her birth in Maryland.
Tyler Wells held the Minnesota Twins to one run in six innings Sunday to lead the Orioles to a sweep-avoiding 3-1 victory at Target Field. He’s completed six innings in four of his past seven starts, posting a 1.66 ERA in that span.
At Baltimore’s citywide Fourth of July celebration, Wordsmith will perform selections of Frederick Douglass’ speech “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?” and a musical piece with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
Though he was immensely wealthy — he was reputed by fellow Declaration signers to be the richest among them, richer even than John Hancock — he was a Catholic, and that made all the difference.
Baltimore's Fourth of July fireworks show has been on hiatus because of the pandemic, but it's back this year. Here's what you need to know.
A man died, and 9 others, including a 14-year-old boy, were injured in separate shootings in Baltimore this weekend.
Jaylon Ferguson, the Ravens outside linebacker found unresponsive last month, died from the combined effects of fentanyl and cocaine, according to a spokesman for the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.
A lightning bolt that struck the roof of a Baltimore rowhome caught fire Saturday night during a fierce thunderstorm.
- Russia's defense minister said Russian forces took control Sunday of the last major Ukrainian-held city in Ukraine's Luhansk province, bringing Moscow closer to its stated goal of seizing all of Ukraine’s Donbas region.
Austin Jacob Allen Davidson, 21, who's accused of killing Wicomico County Deputy First Class Glenn Hilliard in June, has been indicted on 18 charges.
In the twilight of his life, Orioles owner Peter G. Angelos’ vast portfolio of Baltimore assets could be broken up amid a family feud over who will control them.
Airline delays and cancellations are causing headaches for travelers in the Baltimore region and across the U.S. as demand has picked up and hubs such as BWI Marshall approach their busiest month.
Norman F. Steinberg, the co-founder of the Mayer & Steinberg Inc. insurance company, died from Parkinson’s disease on June 22 at his Pikesville home.
The marshal of the U.S. Supreme Court has asked Maryland and Virginia officials to enforce laws she says prohibit picketing outside the homes of the justices who live in the two states.
Workers at an Apple store in Towson won national attention after becoming the first of the tech giant’s U.S. employees to unionize. Starbucks baristas in Baltimore’s Mount Vernon neighborhood were the first of the chain’s Maryland employees to win a union vote. But labor experts warn that those workers now face new hurdles in a process that's tilted in favor of employers.
UPMC Western Maryland recently opened up its new simulation lab, where nursing staff will have opportunities to practice for real-life emergencies on three “manikins,” specialized, life-like dummies that allow for hands-on practice for emergency situations.
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- A man died, and 9 others, including a 14-year-old boy, were injured in separate shootings in Baltimore this weekend.