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Victor Rivera, a former Baltimore Police officer who pleaded guilty to lying to federal investigators about stealing and selling cocaine in 2009 — a case that was uncovered in the fallout of the Gun Trace Task Force corruption case, revealed that he cooperated with two outside investigations of the scandal.
Convicted former Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh is among those seeking clemency from President Donald Trump as he reportedly prepares to issue 100 pardons and sentence commutations on his final full day in office Tuesday.
The mayor spoke to more than 700 people who tuned in to mourn Dante Barksdale at a virtual vigil Monday night. As the face of the city’s Safe Streets program, Barksdale worked for more than a decade to get the young men of Baltimore’s poorest, toughest neighborhoods to put down their guns.
Most of the players suggested some tweaks for next season after another playoff elimination, but the Ravens need more than some slight fixes.
Grace Medical Center, formerly Bon Secours, is unveiling the newly revamped facility bought by LifeBridge Health in 2019.
Here’s a list of links by county for where to go to make appointments for the vaccine if you’re eligible to receive it.
The true sign that the efforts of Mike Elias and his staff to build a holistic player development machine will be determined in next year’s rankings by one thing: will any of their infielders make the cut?
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Not every home has floor-to-ceiling windows and an abundance of natural light, but you can surely “fake it till you make it.” To make your home feel bright, there are ways to maximize natural light as well as some tricks to give the illusion of a livelier space. Here are some easy ways to do so.
Baltimore City Public Schools will begin immediately vaccinating 500 teachers and other staff a week in partnership with Johns Hopkins Medicine, schools CEO Sonja Santelises announced Monday.
Maryland Senate President Emeritus Thomas V. Mike Miller, who died on Friday, will lie in state in the rotunda of the State House on Thursday and Friday.
Joy Lepola is set to leave FOX 45 on Monday after 17 years, the news reporter announced on social media Sunday night.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan received the first dose of Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine Monday, declaring: “I really didn’t feel that at all.”
The Ravens and Lamar Jackson experienced familiar disappointments as their season ended in the AFC divisional round against the Buffalo Bills. But in the moments after the loss, they were already talking about what's next.
The Black Lives Matter Interfaith Coalition, a group of 33 churches, synagogues and social justice groups, lead a 100-car caravan through Baltimore in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Black lives.
The National Aquarium in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor was shuttered by the city health department Sunday for violating social distancing guidelines.
The Ravens don’t have to build a passing offense as prolific as the ones in Buffalo or Green Bay, but at least good enough to complement their running game, which was the best in the NFL this season.
A three-story brick building in Baltimore’s Pigtown neighborhood, with roots dating back to the early 20th century, collapsed on Sunday, a Baltimore Fire Department spokesman said.
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