That it took team owner Dan Snyder and others who opposed the name change this long to start to understand how wrong the team’s name and logo are in today’s multicultural America speaks directly to the massive amount of work that still needs to be done in education, protest, media and social change when it comes to depictions involving persons of color.
A proposal to ask city voters if Baltimore’s elected officials should be limited to three terms in office has failed before a divided City Council.
As the beginning of the 2020 school year approaches, Maryland counties are announcing plans and guidelines for holding classes while containing the spread of coronavirus.
The woman who was recorded being punched by a Baltimore police officer after she was seen striking another was released on probation after she pleaded guilty to two counts of assault, court records show.
The rule challenged by Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh prevents international students from staying in the U.S. this fall if all of their courses are to be held online.
Whether you’re prepping for an emergency situation or you just don’t want to go shopping more often than you need to, you’ll be pleased to know that these groceries have long shelf lives.
Orioles top prospect Adley Rutschman is savoring playing in a major league ballpark as the team does everything it can to ensure he'll be a true big leaguer soon.
The Patriot League's announcement Monday morning means that Loyola Maryland will not be able to compete in NCAA and league championships in men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball and cross country, and participate in fall contests in four other sports.
Baltimore's YouthWorks job program had to pivot during the coronavirus pandemic to get as many young people as possible employed over the summer and actively in engaged in enriching experiences.
T-Mobile has donated 10,000 WiFi hotspots to Baltimore city students as schools have increasingly turned to remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Baltimore County Police say charges are pending against a man who injured a 22-month-old girl during a domestic dispute Sunday night.
The coronavirus aid bill requires most of the money to be distributed to the nation’s largest transit systems based on the areas’ populations — not ridership — and the Baltimore area falls shy of the population requirement of 3 million, with 2.2 million in the greater metropolitan area.
As more Baltimore police officers are accused of misconduct, there are two main practices that can be changed to hold corrupt cops accountable in Baltimore.
The deadline for the special enrollment period to enroll in insurance through the Maryland health exchange ends July 15.
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