As Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott gets his feet wet, he's being tested by headline-grabbing violence that has community leaders seeking action.
Baltimore's citywide 911 Diversion Pilot, set to start in June, aims to connect callers with the most appropriate resources and responses for their needs.
Artscape, the popular Baltimore summertime art and music festival, will not be held for the second straight summer due to ongoing concerns about the spread of the coronavirus, organizers announced Friday.
Experts say families still need to follow precautions, but there are many activities that can be enjoyed with low risk.
LaShauna Jones, her daughter, granddaughter and their hot dog company, Sporty Dog Creations, are injecting new life into the partially vacant building at 333 N. Charles St.
With the Orioles allowing in a maximum attendance of 25% of the stadium’s capacity to start the 2021 season, fans’ pursuit of a foul ball keepsake can continue. But where should they sit to try to do so?
With the NFL draft behind him and an offensive tackle finally signed, Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta has had some time to talk this week.
One day after Maryland surpassed 5 million coronavirus vaccine doses administered, the state on Friday completed its second week with a statewide positivity rate below 5% and reported fewer than 1,000 new cases statewide for the ninth straight day.
FCC complaint alleges Sinclair-owned Baltimore station WBFF is engaged in what “appears to be an intentional crusade” against Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby.
Young adults are the biggest share of new Maryland COVID cases, and officials are ramping up efforts to vaccinate them.
The launch of a roughly $400 million redevelopment plan for both Pimlico and Laurel Park tracks promises not just to keep the Preakness in Baltimore but also to revitalize impoverished parts of Pimlico’s surrounding neighborhoods.
After years of stalled plans to move its global headquarters to Port Covington, Baltimore-based Under Armour is moving forward with a scaled-down version of the bold vision presented five years ago.
Howard Cooper, a 15-year-old Black boy lynched in 1885 outside the old Towson jailhouse, will be memorialized Saturday with a marker and ceremony to dignify his memory. The marker is part of a partnership between The Maryland Lynching Memorial Project and Equal Justice Initiative.
The chief judge of the Maryland District Courts has banned all court employees, bailiffs, commissioners, constables, clerks, staff and judges from wearing masks at work with the law enforcement symbol of the “thin blue line.”
Amtrak CEO William J. Flynn on Thursday took a shot at the proposed maglev train line for the Northeast Corridor, telling Congress the technology is vastly more expensive and environmentally disruptive than conventional and high-speed rail — and once built, it would serve only the rich.
The anonymous letter, adapted from one written by a New York parent to his daughter's school, is practically hysterical over what its authors see as an "obsession with race" at Bryn Mawr and Gilman.
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- Experts say families still need to follow precautions, but there are many activities that can be enjoyed with low risk.