When he learned about Manny Machado’s reported $300 million deal with the San Diego Padres, young Yankees fan Jacob Carpenter argued he was glad the former Orioles star would not be suiting up in pinstripes, as some in New York had hoped.
Former NBA player Glen “Big Baby” Davis has agreed to pay $15,000, the maximum fine, to avoid jail time and have his case dismissed after being arrested with a quarter-pound of marijuana at a hotel in Harford County.
The 25-year-old man charged in the shooting of a Frederick Douglass High School special education assistant on Friday had come to the school to confront the staffer about disciplining a family member, who is a student at the school, according to charging documents.
Baltimore isn't prosecuting marijuana possession, but police are still making arrests. Activists established a "weed zone" to highlight the confusion generated by that situation and call for better coordination among city police, prosecutors and the community.
Vice President Mike Pence will visit the Port of Baltimore on Friday to see technology that customs agents use to scan shipping containers, trucks, rail cars and cargo for illegal narcotics and weapons, the White House says.
The official who oversaw the dockless electric scooter pilot program and the Baltimore Bike Share shutdown has resigned from the city Department of Transportation, citing “a work environment of bullying, intimidation, and outright harassment, originating from the highest level of leadership.”
A Baltimore man has pleaded guilty to making a series of bomb threats in 2016 against the White House, the Pentagon, the Department of Justice, the Baltimore City Circuit Court, the FBI’s Baltimore Field Office and several television stations, prosecutors announced Thursday.
Dozens of truck drivers are picketing outside the port of Baltimore’s booming container terminal in sub-freezing temperatures this week, protesting delays they say have left them waiting in their trucks as long as eight hours to pick up one container of cargo.
A $40 million project to replace three bridges over Maryland Route 295 in South Baltimore is expected to cause traffic delays on the underlying highway and in nearby neighborhoods until early 2023, according to the city Department of Transportation.
The Maryland Transit Administration will continue to offer free transit to federal employees who were affected by the partial government shutdown through the end of the day Friday, the agency announced Sunday.
The port of Baltimore’s booming container terminal closed its doors to trucks for more than two hours Thursday afternoon due to an “ongoing labor job action,” according to Ports America Chesapeake, which manages the terminal.
Howard County has filed a petition against the Federal Aviation Administration in federal court, opposing the agency’s approval of a plan to expand BWI Marshall Airport over neighbors’ noise concerns, the county announced Wednesday.
The partial shutdown of the federal government reached its 33rd day, a record-long impasse stretching many federal employees in Maryland, as well as contractors, farmers, beer brewers and others in the state past their financial limits.
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Russell Baker, a Baltimore-raised, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, essayist and biographer who hosted the show “Masterpiece Theatre” on PBS and had the longest-running column in the history of The New York Times, died at his Leesburg, Va., home Monday, his son said.
Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport’s security Checkpoint A has reopened Tuesday, after closing due to “excessive call-outs” by TSA agents who have not been paid in weeks because of the federal government shutdown, an airport spokesman said.
After the 2014 collapse of a portion of East 26th Street in Charles Village, Baltimore officials promised to conduct routine, robust inspections of retaining walls along the corridor. But the city transportation department did only one, records show.
Maryland’s utility companies on Monday won state approval to install a network of more than 5,000 electric vehicle charging stations — fewer than they had hoped for, but a step toward the state’s ambitious goal of 300,000 electric vehicles on the street by 2025.
The National Weather Service extended its winter storm warning until midnight for Southern Baltimore and Anne Arundel counties, advising the public of “very hazardous or impossible” driving conditions.
A 3-year-old boy from Baltimore is fighting for his life and his family members and police officers were also hurt in a crash after a multistate police chase on Interstate 95 in Philadelphia on Wednesday, according to police and the boy’s mother.
Water rates in Baltimore will go up 30 percent over the next three years after a vote by the city’s spending board Wednesday. The vote followed a Department of Public Works presentation in support of the increase and public testimony against it.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, who was considered a potential Democratic candidate for president following a failed 2016 bid, says he will not run in 2020 and is instead urging Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke to get into the race.
Mayor Catherine Pugh has promised the Fire Department an extra $1.2 million firetruck in her 2020 fiscal year budget, the department said Thursday, after the firefighters union warned that two out-of-service trucks in Northwest Baltimore could affect response times.