Federal prosecutors on Thursday responded to Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s renewed push to have some of her perjury and mortgage fraud charges dismissed, calling her legal arguments “Orwellian.”
Baltimore police arrested and charged Joseph Black with attempted murder Wednesday, a day after city officials say Black dragged a police sergeant with his car during a traffic stop, seriously injuring him.
Pushing back on a national trend among Democratic groups providing sizable financial support for certain conservative Republican candidates, Maryland gubernatorial candidate Kelly Schulz is raising the alarm over what the campaign identifies as an effort to help her GOP primary opponent with $1 million in television ads.
The man fired by Baltimore Police in April over an old gun charge and his status as a “person of interest” in a 2020 homicide now faces federal charges for wire fraud of COVID-19 relief funds.
Baltimore is paying $1,394 in travel expenses for each of four Baltimore City Council members to attend the Maryland Association of Counties annual conference in Ocean City for three nights in mid-August. The city's paying twice as much, $3,008, for the City Council President Nick Mosby, who's staying an extra night at a pricier place.
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.
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.
Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Talented Youth notified attendees that programming was canceled less than 48 hours before the residential program began, affecting 870 of the nearly 2,900 students enrolled.
- The Supreme Court has ruled that the Biden administration properly ended a Trump-era policy forcing some U.S. asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico.
Each year in June — the month in which the 1969 Stonewall uprising occurred in Manhattan, marking a turning point in the gay rights movement — the country recognizes the LGBTQ+ community’s struggles and honors their achievements. In Baltimore, there are celebrations throughout the month, with the last full week of Pride Month representing the grand finale, culminating with the Baltimore Pride Parade marching up Charles Street and ending in a joyous block party in the Mount Vernon area, sometimes referred to as the “gayborhood.” The region is at the center of Baltimore’s gay community and the seat of its history. Among the storied locations there is Leon’s, a Park Avenue bar that has long provided a safe haven for gay people, beginning in the late 1950s. Further north, the Baltimore Safe Haven resource center, launched in 2018, offers vulnerable transgender people and others access to a drop-in wellness center and “opportunities to thrive” rather than just survive. Here, Pride is more than a month of celebration, it’s meant to last a lifetime.
Bernice Howard Carver, a retired Baltimore City Schools teacher whose baseball enthusiasm earned her a seat at Earl Weaver’s dinner table, has died. The former Woodington Road and Ellicott City resident was 82.
By not maximizing revenues from special events this summer, the Maryland Stadium Authority says it’s thinking big picture. The state treasurer, though, says it's “being callous and reckless” and that he may encourage legislative action.
Double-A Bowie manager Kyle Moore said Baysox catcher Maverick Handley has a skill set matching that of the Orioles' backup catchers when they were one of the American League's top teams. With top prospect Adley Rutschman already catching in Baltimore, it’s a possibility Handley openly accepts.
The property includes an 18th century stone guesthouse, a barn and two stables with stalls for 20 horses, along with meandering riding trails.
Rep. Andy Harris of Maryland decries border security when the real problem is the demand for heroin and fentanyl.
After a standout career at William & Mary, Belle Martire continues to be a catalyst for her great grandparents’ and grandmother’s homeland, racking up five goals and three assists in the Czech Republic’s 13-10 win against Italy at the World Women's Lacrosse Championships on Thursday.
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- Federal prosecutors on Thursday responded to Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s renewed push to have some of her perjury and mortgage fraud charges dismissed, calling her legal arguments “Orwellian.”