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More than 500 people are expected to attend the five-day SABR convention, which has dozens of presentations, panels and discussions all centered on various topics in baseball, much of it with a Baltimore focus.
A federal judge rejected Tuesday the government’s proposed prison sentences, saying they were too lenient, for former Annapolis-based Navy engineer Jonathan Toebbe and his wife, six months after they pleaded guilty to a conspiracy to sell classified nuclear submarine secrets to a foreign government.
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A 26-year-old Baltimore woman was acquitted Monday of allegations that she killed her mother and burned her body in 2019.
A man convicted of conspiracy in the 2017 killing of a 13-year-old girl behind a Middle River 7-Eleven store won’t be released early from prison, a judge ruled Tuesday.
The Maryland State Fair is back for its 141st edition beginning Aug. 25, and like everything in the pandemic era, it’s less like the before times and more like, well, something new.
  • Health officials are warning people who are infected with monkeypox to stay away from household pets, since the animals could be at risk of catching the virus.
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The Harford County Sheriff’s Office has charged a 15-year-old boy with assault after a fight at a pool in Bel Air on Monday night.
Orioles chairman and CEO John Angelos, 55, prefers to sell a piece of the team while continuing to retain his family’s majority control, two people told The Baltimore Sun in interviews.
Before last summer, the PGA Tour's best golfers had not teed off in the Baltimore area for 59 years, but the BMW Championship at Caves Valley in 2021 went well enough that organizers decided not to wait another 59 years for a reprisal.
Eating vegan doesn’t necessarily have to mean soggy tofu, quinoa bowls and green juices - it’s also plant-based versions of fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, red velvet cake and so much more.
A train crashed into a tractor-trailer at about 12:40 p.m. Monday near Eastern Avenue and Kane Street, Baltimore Police said.
Laurence F. “Coach O” Orendorff, a retired Baltimore County Public Schools educator and coach who was active in his Fullerton Roman Catholic church, died Aug. 2 of congestive heart failure at his Nottingham home. The former Hamilton resident was 78.
Latest study suggests Baltimore's investment incentives (no matter how well-intentioned) can go too far.
One of the major contributors to blight is vacant properties, of which there are more than 14,000 in Baltimore, with the bulk of them privately owned, and Westport and Harlem Park are some of the areas with concentrations of blight.
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