Nursing home inspectors in Maryland ensure staff and residents are testing for COVID-19, but aren't tested themselves.
When Monarque finally greets its first guests this fall, it will face a fine dining landscape its architects could scarcely have imagined.
Bob Wallace is running for mayor in a deep blue city, without “Democratic” printed underneath his name on the ballot. He argues that he’s got a compelling pitch — and it helps that he has enough money in his campaign bank account to market it.
Just one week after announcing that he would send teachers back to classrooms on Oct. 19 and young children and those with disabilities back in November, Baltimore County Schools School Superintendent Darryl L. Williams backed away from that timetable.
The city watches the stone walls come down of the historic Maryland Penitentiary with regret and satisfaction. Like reopening an old wound, the work stirs memories.
The Ravens might be best equipped to endure the loss of slot cornerback Tavon Young, even as a prime-time matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs approaches.
A representative for the adult entertainment company that owns Dick’s Last Resort said the recent closure of the brash restaurant and bar’s Baltimore location had less to do with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic than with the city itself.
Baltimore's Orthodox rabbis must work around a ban on technology in planning their offerings for Yom Kippur, the holiest day on the Jewish calendar.
America’s national parks aren’t short on natural beauty, especially in the fall. If you love soaking up the season by enjoying colorful fall foliage, here are gorgeous photos that capture the season across America’s amazing national parks.
Opponents to an affordable housing project proposed in East Towson, a historically Black neighborhood, say they intend to fight the project every step of the way after a failed attempt to block the development through a rezoning request during the county’s Comprehensive Zoning Map Process.
Built in 1854, the extremely skinny home on Battery Avenue in the Federal Hill neighborhood is listed for $279,900 and is ideal for a creative type.
Lawmakers and law enforcement officials butted heads over whether to end sweeping legal protections that some say protect wayward and even criminal police officers from being swiftly disciplined.
The Baltimore Sun enthusiastically endorses Democrat Joe Biden for president, a marked improvement over the current officeholder in terms of both human decency and policy positions.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Kweisi Mfume took to Twitter to say his challenger doesn’t know Baltimore, doesn’t live in the city — and that she misspelled Baltimore in a widely viewed campaign ad.
A crowd of at least 150 people gathered outside Baltimore Police headquarters on Thursday night to show solidarity with Breonna Taylor’s family after only one officer was charged.
Maryland high school sports may return as soon as Oct. 7 with competitions set to begin Oct. 27, Maryland State Superintendent of Schools Karen Salmon said in a news conference Thursday.
Experts, including one from the University of Maryland, warn about putting too much stock in a coronavirus vaccine.
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