Two former employees at the all-boys Gilman School have been accused of sexually abusing students, according to an investigative report the school commissioned. The report also records instances from the 1950s through 2008 when Gilman officials were apprised of allegations but did not investigate further.
Particularly at dawn and dusk this May and June, observers in much of Maryland will hear male cicadas singing from the trees to attract their mates.
Former Laurel Police Chief David Crawford was ordered held without bail Thursday after being charged with committing a multi-year series of arsons across the region, targeting an enemies list including his replacement as police chief and his stepson.
Residents, many drawn by the nearby Gwynns Falls Trail and bucolic dam that once powered the textile, wool and paper mills, cherish the town with its retro appearance and familial appeal.
From the return of rampant defensive miscues to the importance of the regular-season finale, here are three takeaways from Maryland men’s basketball’s 60-55 loss to Northwestern on Wednesday night.
Former Laurel Police Chief David Crawford is being charged with 12 arsons that took place from 2011 to 2020 involving multiple homes, vehicles and residential garages in Howard, Prince George’s, Frederick and Montgomery counties.
Federal Election Commission reports show Republican Kim Klacik paid more than $4 million to GOP-oriented digital advertising and media companies to elevate her profile.
Among the nine bills are provisions that would overhaul the disciplinary process for police officers accused of wrongdoing, scrap decades-old job protections that critics claim protect bad cops and create a legal duty for officers to report misconduct within their ranks.
Baltimore’s strippers can return to their poles after prevailing in a fight against a city ban on adult entertainment during the coronavirus pandemic.
Educators may find it easier to get an appointment to be vaccinated starting next week when the federal government is requiring some pharmacies to reserve appointments until the end of the month.
John Angelos — who Major League Baseball team owners voted privately last year to act as “control person” for the club — said that rumors that the Orioles might leave the city are “untrue.”
It’s devastating enough for children to know loved ones and friends who have ended up the latest gun fatality statistic; it is even more unfathomable when the child is the actual victim.
Now having solidified himself as the Orioles’ primary catcher in his third season with the club, Severino’s latest challenge might pale in comparison to those in his past.
The Terps, whose five-game winning streak was snapped, went 0-for-7 to close the game and scoreless over the final 2:32.
The leaders of Baltimore City and Prince George's County, Maryland’s two largest majority-Black jurisdictions, on Wednesday urged the state to do a better job distributing vaccines in an equitable way.