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A group of about five masked people sprayed a mace-like irritant into the air in an attempted robbery at a jewelry store in Mondawmin Mall in Baltimore Sunday, police said, but it’s unclear whether anything was taken.
The Baltimore City Department of Transportation has postponed this weekend’s planned closure of Route 295, the Baltimore-Washington Parkway, near the Baltimore Beltway for the demolition of the Annapolis Road Bridge, to allow more time for the contractor to obtain all necessary permits.
A software system airlines use to measure weight and balance planes went offline Monday morning, causing delays on airlines including Southwest, Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.
The Baltimore Banners’ annual players-vs.-coaches scrimmage marked the culmination of the eighth season for the free hockey program for at-risk Baltimore youth at the Mimi DiPietro Family Skating Center.
The National Park Service will begin emergency repairs on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway/Route 295 in the coming weeks — earlier than initially planned, amid pressure from Gov. Larry Hogan and the state congressional delegation.
Baltimore has filed a class-action, antitrust lawsuit accusing 10 major banks of illegally inflating the interest rates of a type of bond used to fund public works and services, overcharging billions of dollars to the city and other local governments, which Baltimore seeks to represent.
The proposed regulations for dockless scooters and bicycles in Baltimore will go before the City Council for a vote Monday evening and are expected to pass, according to the council president’s office.
Emanuel A. “Emil” Skrabek, a Baltimore-born spacecraft engineer who co-invented a thermoelectric material that powered the Mars Curiosity Rover and other space probes, died of progressive supranuclear palsy and Parkinson’s disease at his home in Lutherville on March 14, his family said. He was 85.
The illustrator of Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh’s self-published “Healthy Holly” book series says he was unaware of her deal to sell $500,000 worth of the books to the University of Maryland Medical System, where the mayor sat on the board of directors until resigning this week.
The Maryland Democratic Party on Tuesday argued that Gov. Larry Hogan’s claim of being a Reagan-style Republican, as he continues to position himself as a moderate alternative to President Trump in 2020, instead signaled that he is a “dog whistle white nationalist.”
The new vendor of the Charm City Circulator has not trained all its drivers as required and has hired another shuttle company to run one of the four routes because of a persistent shortage of buses, city and company officials confirmed to The Baltimore Sun.
On the first St. Patrick’s Day weekend since the Guinness Open Gate Brewery & Barrel House opened last summer, bartenders at the only U.S.-based Guinness brewery since the 1950s served thousands of pints beer to the green-clad revelers at the Halethorpe facility.
The Maryland Port Administration has signed a six-month contract with Brazil-based forestry giant Suzano Pulp and Paper to ship the company’s pulp through the port’s state-owned terminals — a deal that could yield as much as 120,000 tons of wood pulp, officials announced Thursday.
A Baltimore law firm is representing Florida radio personality “Bubba the Love Sponge” Clem in his lawsuit this week against his former employer, Cox Media Group, which claims Cox employees were behind the leak of a sex tape involving Clem’s wife and wrestler Hulk Hogan.
Despite the grounding of all Boeing 737 Max 8 flights across much of the world Tuesday due to safety concerns following the crash that killed 157 people in Ethiopia, the Federal Aviation Administration has allowed Southwest Airlines and others to keep flying the planes — including in Baltimore.
Julia Ruth Stevens, the last surviving child of Babe Ruth, died early Saturday morning at an assisted-living facility in Henderson, Nev., due to complications after a pulmonary embolism, said her son, Tom Stevens. She was 102.
The Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration is extending its hours at several branches and adding more than 2,700 extra appointments per week to accommodate an onslaught of customers seeking to renew their licenses under the new federal REAL ID regulations.
The speed limit on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway has been lowered to 40 mph between Maryland routes 197 and 32 to calm traffic and give drivers more time to react to poor road conditions, according to the National Park Service.
Police gave an all-clear and students returned to classes after a Northwest Baltimore school building was evacuated due to a bomb threat, a city schools spokeswoman said. Police searched the building at 2801 N. Dukeland St. and declared it safe. They continue to investigate the threat.
Maryland and CSX Transportation have submitted another application for federal money to heighten the Howard Street Tunnel in Baltimore so it can fit shipping containers stacked two-high on freight trains — a project long sought by the port of Baltimore, officials announced Monday.
The story of Jacquelyn Smith being killed after giving money to a panhandler in East Baltimore played created widespread, and unwarranted, hysteria about the threats posed by the homeless, officials said.
The man arrested with Alex Collins last week had also been in a car with Collins’ Baltimore Ravens teammate, Tim Williams, when police found a pistol and marijuana in the linebacker’s car in 2016 at the University of Alabama.
Motorcyclists would be allowed to ride between lanes of highway traffic and between vehicles stopped at traffic lights under a bill scheduled for a first hearing in the Maryland House of Delegates on Thursday.