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Although early voting has started in Maryland with record-breaking turnout, three of Baltimore’s mayoral candidates made one final appeal Tuesday night to voters in their last debate before Election Day.
Mookie Betts scored the go-ahead run in the sixth and led off the eighth with a punctuating homer, and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1 in Game 6 to claim their first World Series championship since 1988.
The Mayor's Office of Homeless Services said the city's current plan is to move some residents who were placed in vacant hotel rooms back into congregate living facilities by the end of 2020.
The family of the late Eric Sopp has filed a federal lawsuit against the Baltimore County police department and the officer who killed him.
Maryland will feel the lingering effects later in the week of Tropical Storm Zeta, which is expected to redevelop into a hurricane as it hits the Gulf Coast on Wednesday, according to a National Weather Service meteorologist.
Maryland’s caseload has been trending up in the past week, according to Hopkins, along with 39 othestates and Washington, D.C. Just one state, Missouri, is seeing cases fall, according to Hopkins
After initially saying Tuesday afternoon that the controversial sale of two paintings from the Baltimore Museum of Art had been indefinitely postponed, Sotheby’s stated later that the auction Wednesday would proceed as planned.
Todd Richissin, a former Baltimore Sun foreign correspondent and investigative reporter who wrote movingly and authoritatively about wars, the death of a pope, a royal marriage, the challenges of Wimbledon, and the simple delights of a carefully brewed cup of English tea, died of cancer Friday in Cleveland. He was 57.
There’s no holiday that’s quite as centered on candy as Halloween. The festivities will look a little different this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, but according to a survey by the National Retail Federation, 62% of people still plan to pass out candy this year, and treat spending is expected to reach over $8 billion. However, what candies will end up in knapsacks and plastic pumpkins may vary depending on what state you live in.
Election officials offered Daniel Swain, a former Baltimore County Department of Corrections captain, the option of voting at an outdoor voting booth. Swain told officers the request was “unconstitutional."
The superintendent of Queen Anne's County schools has gone on unexplained leave two weeks before schools are set to reopen, raising widespread concerns among parents, residents.
Archaeologists from the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration have discovered a 300-year-old slave quarters on a Jesuit plantation in St. Mary’s County.
At an early-voting center in eastern Baltimore County, a Biden voter considers a question Ronald Reagan asked Americans in 1980: 'Are you better off than you were four years ago?' A Trump supporter, meanwhile, states his support for the incumbent, and the Sun columnist decides the time for arguing is over. Let's vote.
A pandemic-appropriate guide to five spots that will tell you something different about the underrated and unabashedly nostalgic culinary capital that is Charm City.
The guilt or innocence of the man accused of killing three people in a workplace shooting three years ago in Edgewood rests in the hands of 12 Harford County jurors, who began deliberations Tuesday afternoon.
The Ravens have signed free-agent wide receiver Dez Bryant to their practice squad after a second workout, the team announced Tuesday.
One man was killed and another was injured in separate West Baltimore shootings on Tuesday, police said.
Ocean City officials are warning beachgoers about the potential impact from a recent oil spill in Delaware.
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