Maryland jails will no longer house federal immigration detainees and federal immigration agents’ access to state databases will be limited, following action by state lawmakers on Tuesday.
Valeria Smith took the witness stand Tuesday in Baltimore and accused her father of murdering his wife and blaming a panhandler. “Today is the craziest day of my life. I am officially on the run,” Valeria Smith wrote in her diary the day that father and daughter became fugitives.
Maryland’s state school board approved an emergency regulation Tuesday that allows students to go without masks if the community spread of COVID-19 in their county is moderate or if vaccination rates are above 80% in the school or the surrounding community.
Former drug-dealing clients who Baltimore attorney Kenneth Ravenell helped keep out of prison will take the stand against him at his racketeering trial in U.S. District Court, which kicked off Tuesday with opening statements.
The Baltimore area could get its first measurable snowfall of the season Wednesday morning, forecasters say, but it might just be some light flurries or a dusting.
The Maryland Jockey Club and its parent company, The Stronach Group, have canceled a second weekend of racing at Laurel Park as officials continue working on improvements to the track’s dirt surface in the wake of eight fatal breakdowns in October and November.
The program, which will be open to all of the city’s 14,000 employees, will use funding from Baltimore’s $641 million allocation from the American Rescue Plan. If all of the city’s employees were to get vaccinated, the incentive would cost the city $14 million.
I have received another news release from Maryland Republicans about how sinister Maryland Democrats in the General Assembly are setting up their new congressional districts to keep their 7-1 edge in the U.S. House of Representatives. It’s enough to make a fella clutch his pearls.
This Baltimore-focused gift guide has a mix of affordable and splurge items that cover everyone from the quirky and crafty to the trendy and spendy.
Just as American life has changed over the decades, the definition of a traditional American breakfast has too. We relied on several sources including old menus, commercials, recipe books and timeline of product releases to track how breakfast has changed.
Oak trees are dying across the mid-Atlantic region, crippled by extreme weather, old age, construction and development, then finally succumbing to disease and pests.
Each week, The Baltimore Sun will recognize one high school boy and girl for their athletic achievements.
Pickett is the first Pitt player to win the prestigious award, which has been presented annually by the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Educational Foundation and A.O. Smith Corporation to the top upperclassman quarterback set to graduate with his class since 1987.
Retired Queen Anne’s County Circuit Court Judge John W. Sause Jr., who was the founding director of the Queen Anne’s County Historical Society, died of a heart infection Nov. 28 at the Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis. The former longtime Centreville resident was 88.
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- Several New Windsor Town Council members and residents expressed concern about Mayor Andrew Green’s leadership skills at a meeting last week after he was absent during a Nov. 18 water main break in town.