Each of the four Orioles relievers who followed rookie starter Dean Kremer allowed a run, including a ninth-inning implosion from Paul Fry and Tyler Wells as the Blue Jays struck for six runs to secure a series-evening 10-7 victory.
Around the Baltimore area, Juneteenth had a bittersweet feel. More than a holiday, Juneteenth presented a renewed call to service and a reminder of all that remains left undone for Black Americans.
Five people were shot, two fatally, Friday night and Saturday, continuing a violent week in Baltimore in which 13 people have been killed and 24 others injured by gunfire.
A freshman pitcher for George Mason University and Salisbury resident died following complications from a Tommy John surgery, according to a verified GoFundMe page organized by one of his teammates.
When the Tokyo Games finally commence in late July, Chase Kalisz will swim the 400 IM, which he won last Sunday at U.S. Olympic Trials, and the 200 IM, in which he qualified second on Friday night. He will project as a medal contender in both races.
From Lamar Jackson's progression as a passer to the competition at left guard to the development of the young pass rushers, here are the 10 biggest storylines heading into training camp and preseason games.
For the second time, Baltimore has delayed implementing its ban on single-use plastic bags, giving retailers until Oct. 1 to comply with the ordinance.
The new tunnel will eliminate the biggest passenger rail bottleneck between Washington and New Jersey — which costs Amtrak and MARC trains an average of seven hours of delays each weekday —and increase train speeds to more than 100 mph from 30 mph.
Baltimore Police officials say they have begun increasing the number of internal investigators, introducing new software to better organize and track cases, and requiring professional training of investigators where none had been required before.
Wale, Chaka Kahn, Busta Rhymes and Mooski are among artists headlining August’s in-person and virtual 2021 AFRAM Festival, Mayor Brandon Scott and Baltimore City Recreation and Parks announced Saturday.
On retiring at the end of this month, progressive and sometimes controversial priest Rev. Joe Muth leaves a legacy of unity across boundaries in two Baltimore churches.
When the pandemic hit, activists in Baltimore's Cherry Hill neighborhood joined forces to distribute food and household essentials, as well as connect residents with medical services.
This Saturday will see a new generation of Black families take to the street outside Dovecote, the Madison Ave. cafe Cole co-owns with her wife, as part of an ebullient Juneteenth celebration.
A retired but tireless electric engineer named Bob Bruinga created FrankenVolt at his home in Glen Burnie as a way to augment a Chevrolet Volt's power supply with a solar-powered battery.
In the world of drag, having two top queens involved in a romantic relationship is rare, but not unheard of. But you’ll be hard-pressed to find another couple that has the added responsibility of parenting that belong to this Canton pair.
Baltimore Police said Thursday night that a 16-year-old carjacking suspect was struck by a police car on Monday during a foot chase.
More than one out of every eight dollars Maryland spent in 2020 went to compensating its employees. Here is an overview of the top paid workers and comparisons among organizations as well as the raw data.
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- Around the Baltimore area, Juneteenth had a bittersweet feel. More than a holiday, Juneteenth presented a renewed call to service and a reminder of all that remains left undone for Black Americans.