University of Maryland, College Park officials are working to curb the spread of COVID-19 on campus following the detection of coronavirus clusters, but some students and staff say they’re growing concerned for their safety.
As eligibility expanded to include older Marylanders and essential workers, many minorities, especially those in low-income areas, have faced barriers to accessing the highly coveted appointments in the state’s current system.
At a news conference touting his administration’s new mass vaccination site in Baltimore, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said his state’s largest city had been getting more doses of COVID-19 immunizations than it was “entitled to,” a statement that drew the ire of some city leaders.
Shad, eels and smallmouth bass are the three species of fish in the Susquehanna River that have been most affected by human activity.
The Orioles are hoping for infielders Freddy Galvis and Yolmer Sánchez blossom as hitters this season.
Lockheed Martin plans to close its 465-employee Middle River plant within two years and relocate the work to other company locations, ending more than 90 years of manufacturing at the site.
Chris Davis, who with has two years remaining on his $161 million contract, says despite his struggles the last several years, he’s still having fun and is invested in making the Orioles as good as possible.
Police identified the man Friday as Benjamin Tyson, 35, of the Mosher neighborhood in West Baltimore. He died at the hospital.
University of Maryland researchers begin to look at when and how to give COVID-19 vaccine booster shots.
State officials have left county school systems to decide on their own how best to safely bring children and staff back to buildings, many of which have been shuttered since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic last spring.
As Maryland residents commemorate Black History Month, what’s being called the racial reckoning of 2020 is barely in the rearview mirror. The Baltimore Sun asked residents to respond in short essays: What will it take to move the region ahead in 2021 and beyond?
“Harford County: Rooted in Agriculture,” a free virtual event, will be presented on Saturday, March 20, from 9 a.m. to noon.
US expert panel endorses Johnson & Johnson's one-dose COVID-19 vaccine; FDA will make final decision soon.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced the fifth mass vaccination site in the state would be at the Wicomico Civic Center.
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- The Maryland Cultural and Conference Center, formerly known as Maryland Theatre for the Performing Arts, is a proposed 1,200-seat theater and conference space that organizers have sought to build along Taylor Avenue for years. The project has been in the works since at least 2014.