After several inches of snow followed by a wintry mix, the Baltimore region is getting doused with rain and officials are warning of potentially slick roads due to possible icy conditions.
Marilyn Mosby was defiant as she spoke before the Empowerment Temple AME congregation Sunday morning, days after her federal indictment.
Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby struck a defiant tone Friday in her first public appearance since being indicted on federal perjury charges, pledging to fight the case that she called politically and racially motivated and heading off calls that she step down from office.
As a 22-year-old with success in Cuba's national league, César Prieto is positioned to be the first product of Baltimore’s recent international investment to reach the majors and might even do so sometime in 2022.
In a 69-49 loss to No. 11 Michigan, No. 8 Maryland scored a program-low three points in the second quarter, failed to reach 50 points in a game for the first time since 2012, and watched the Wolverines end its 31-game home win streak, which had been the longest in the nation.
Long before former Baltimore Police officer Daniel Hersl’s arrest and conviction on federal racketeering charges, he had an outsize reputation for brutality and misconduct — among citizens, defense attorneys, and even fellow officers.
On a day reserved to remember the slain civil rights leader, we should pause to appreciate those less heralded souls still fighting the good fight.
Here’s a look at some of the COVID statistics from 2021, and what they show about the second year of the pandemic in Maryland.
- A Bronx community gathered Sunday to pay its final respects to perished loved ones, a week after a fire filled a high-rise apartment building with thick, suffocating smoke that killed 17 people, including eight children.
From Maryland men's basketball freshman Julian Reese’s first career start to the Terps' second-half meltdown, here are three takeaways from their 70-59 loss to Rutgers on Saturday.
We’re looking for our sixth group of extraordinary individuals to induct into The Baltimore Sun’s Business and Civic Hall of Fame, and we need your help.
Here are The Baltimore Sun’s initial projections for the first round of the NFL draft, which begins April 28 in Las Vegas.
The Baltimore public defender’s office is calling for a new review of convictions involving corrupt police officers after a staggering report raised new allegations and, for the first time, lays out the full scope of internal affairs complaints that officers convicted in the Gun Trace Task Force scandal had faced.
A disappointing finish to the 2021 season left the Ravens with questions about how to rejuvenate their defense and how to get the most out of an offense led by Lamar Jackson.
Free Fun & Games
- Havre de Grace held its fourth annual Ice Festival on the weekend of Jan. 15-16 with a Heroes & Villains theme.