Questions have been raised about the effectiveness and oversight of the COVID-19 relief program, which awarded $28.6 billion in grants to thousands of businesses.
Ever since Orioles shortstop Jorge Mateo met with manager Brandon Hyde and co-hitting coaches Matt Borgschulte and Ryan Fuller in July, he's been a different hitter. “That’s been a huge boost for us the last couple months," Hyde said.
Poor treatment of crime victims and their families by Baltimore Police is common across the city where shootings and homicides occur daily, according to a recently released report.
Filled with 208 years of Baltimore and U.S. firsts, the Peale Museum is reopening on Aug. 13 geared to Light City’s communities.
A Baltimore judge on Friday held State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby in contempt of court, finding the top prosecutor willfully violated an order prohibiting her from speaking about the controversial criminal cases of Keith Davis Jr. when she commented on social media last month.
In Thursday night's preseason opener against the Titans, Ravens veteran running back Mike Davis made the kinds of plays that get the attention of a coaching staff, columnist Mike Preston writes.
Orioles chairman and CEO John Angelos is decrying that his brother, Louis Angelos, took what he calls “the nuclear option” of filing suit over a dispute in how to handle their father’s assets.
- Iranians are reacting with praise and worry over the attack on novelist Salman Rushdie — the target of a decades-old fatwa by the late Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini calling for his death. It remains unclear why Rushdie’s attacker, identified by police as Hadi Matar of Fairview, New Jersey, stabbed the author as he prepared to speak at an event Friday in western New York. Iran’s theocratic government and its state-run media have assigned no motive to the assault as well. But in Tehran, some willing to speak to The Associated Press offered praise for an attack targeting a writer they believe tarnished the Islamic faith with his 1988 book “The Satanic Verses.”
Aryeh Wolf, a 25-year-old Baltimore man, was shot and killed Wednesday while working on solar panels in Southeast Washington, D.C.
July is typically a hot month for home sales, but rising interest rates and fears of inflation and an economic slowdown threw cold water over the Baltimore region’s once-scorching housing market.
After a hot and stormy week, Baltimore can expect sunny skies and temperatures peaking in the low 80s throughout the weekend, with highs of 83 Friday through Sunday.
Environmentalists and scientists worry that a proposed Federalsburg salmon farm could inundate the shallow Marshyhope Creek with surges of cold water that could make it inhospitable for its spawning population of Atlantic sturgeon.
Plans to build a multipurpose Hagerstown stadium have run into “a little sand in the gears,” but officials remain confident the ballpark will be built and ready to host baseball in 2024.
In his first taste of the NFL, Jared Bernhardt had a moment to remember. The former Maryland lacrosse standout caught the game-winning touchdown pass for the Atlanta Falcons in their preseason opening win over the Detroit Lions.
Starting in the 1980s in New York City, Ballroom caters to the LGBTQIA+ and transgender community, providing a safe space for their expression as dancers.
Thomas Michael Volatile, a retired insurance salesman and former Navy lieutenant commander, died of cancer Aug. 8 at his Lewes, Delaware, home. He was 92 and had lived in Hunt Valley.
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- Growing up in Annapolis, Lovell Offer woke up most days thinking he would end up in jail. Now, seven months in to running his nonprofit Small City Big Dreams, Lovell has helped more than two dozen people entire rehab and more than 200 obtain a job interview.