The Hanover Street Bridge in South Baltimore will close for repairs for a second consecutive weekend — although it will reopen Sunday for Ravens game traffic, the city Department of Transportation said Tuesday.
The Maryland Transit Administration is holding a series of open houses later this month — and business leaders are hosting a separate one Tuesday — to ask the public how they think the next 25 years of transit should look for the Baltimore region.
John Ketzner, a decorated World War II hero who worked for 45 years as an executive with the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and its successors, Chessie and CSX, died Tuesday of complications from high blood pressure at Stella Maris in Lutherville.
Baltimore County police identified the man who stabbed four people with a hunting knife and beat another at the Hunt Valley Towne Centre Saturday before being shot to death by officers: Jamaal Ramone Taylor, 31, of the 6000 block of Amberwood Road in Northeast Baltimore.
Several members of the Maryland congressional delegation are among a growing number of House Democrats calling for an impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump, who has repeatedly ordered subordinates to ignore subpoenas and is openly fighting inquiries into him, his administration and his finances.
Baltimore police have arrested and charged two men with shooting Sgt. Isaac Carrington outside his home last month, ending the manhunt for the masked gunmen behind a brazen daytime shooting of the off-duty officer.
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Dr. Leana Wen, the former Baltimore health commissioner, has resolved a dispute with Planned Parenthood over her severance and benefits, which she said the organization was withholding to get her to sign a burdensome confidentiality contract after she was fired less than a year as president and CEO.
McDonogh School is closing early and all after-school activities have been canceled following an explosion that injured a child and two adults on the school’s Owings Mills campus Wednesday morning, the Baltimore County Fire Department said.
One person was seriously injured after a freight train struck a car Tuesday morning in Rosedale — at the same crossing where a train derailed after crashing into a truck in 2013, triggering an explosion felt throughout the region, officials said.
Four Carroll County students were named on the list of high school seniors who scored in the top percentile in the country on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT), qualifying them as National Merit Scholarship semifinalists.
The list of Maryland high school seniors who scored in the top percentile in the country on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT), qualifying them as National Merit Scholarship semifinalists, has been released.
Baltimore County police are “confident” a woman found stabbed to death in Southwest Baltimore on Saturday was Charla Melvin, a missing 50-year-old who lived in Milford Mill, officials said Sunday. An autopsy will be performed to verify the findings.
The historic Camden Station outside Oriole Park in Baltimore reopened Thursday following a $7 million renovation with a larger waiting area, restrooms, ticket vending machines and bicycle racks, the Maryland Transit Administration announced.
A woman charged in an attempted murder of a security guard at a Towson motel on Monday told police that her gun went off accidentally, adding that, “if I intended to ever use the gun, I would never have missed the target,” according to charging documents.
A broken water main under Hanover Street downtown has been repaired, and water service has been restored to the Bank of America Building at 100 S. Charles St., the Baltimore Department of Public Works announced Tuesday.
Transportation Security Administration agents caught the 22nd gun of the year in a Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport security checkpoint on Wednesday, tying last year’s total four months early, officials said.
The attempted robbery of an off-duty Baltimore school police officer and a retired state corrections officer, which ended in the two killing the suspect, in Baltimore on Saturday “is proof that violent crime is out of control," the school police union president said Monday.
Grappling with a significant rise in emergency medical calls, the Baltimore Fire Department plans to reduce the number of engines, trucks and battalion chiefs it dispatches to initial fire alarms beginning on Sept. 1.
A Maryland Occupational Safety and Health investigation has recommended citations, corrective action and $5,400 in fines for a ground-services vendor at BWI Marshall Airport for workplace safety violations, according to the agency’s inspection reports and formal response to workers’ complaints.