The University of Maryland student government association followed jubilation over the firing of head football coach DJ Durkin with further calls Thursday for the resignation of the Board of Regents chair James T. Brady.
Baltimore’s Arch Social Club has been awarded $118,000 to help restore its historic marquee and make other improvements aimed at launching a new arts and entertainment district in the Penn North neighborhood.
The Baltimore County Council is considering a resolution encouraging White Marsh Mall to adopt a curfew for underage teenagers on Friday and Saturday evenings. The request would be a response to a fight over the summer during which police arrested seven minors and two 19-year-olds.
Police responded Oct. 30 around 1 a.m. to a report of a 38-year-old man struck by a car in the 4700 block of Wabash Ave. Police reportedly found the man unresponsive. He was taken to Sinai Hospital, where he later died.
The Florida man arrested for allegedly mailing 12 pipe bombs to various Democratic public figures and CNN may have threatened the former spokeswoman for the Baltimore state’s attorney on social media this month.
Several jurisdictions have taken the experience a step further, allowing voters to get a peak at wait times in advance of arriving at polling stations. Here’s where residents can see how long the lines are
CareFirst officials, along with Baltimore City Mayor Catherine Pugh and Rep. Elijah Cummings, announced 11 Maryland community health organizations that will receive a share of $2.1 million in grant money over the next two years.
Seven of the Pallotti students were taken to an area hospital with minor injuries following the crash, said principal Jeff Palumbo. All were later released and rejoined classmates at the retreat, where school counselors and spiritual ministers were present.
A school district official confirmed that the Dr. Nathan A. Pitts-Ashburton Elementary Middle School was experiencing a rat infestation problem this week. Extermination treatments have been applied to the building, district representative Anne Fullerton said in an email Tuesday.
Jorge Fuentes, 54, was found guilty Oct. 15 of sexually assaulting a 5-year-old girl that a relative of his was babysitting, according to news release from office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City.
The 14-year police force veteran Clate Moton-Jackson, 41, of Sabillasville, pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor count and agreed to pay $15,000 in restitution and to step down from his position in a plea deal with prosecutors, according to Howard County police.
In an announcement Thursday from a university leadership committee and several student organizations, the university affirmed plans to cooperate on several measures, including developing a scope of work for an outside expert to review sexual misconduct practices.
While taking a bus to school is still touted by the Maryland Department of Transportation as the safest way for children to travel, officials said this week the responsibility of ensuring that safety falls to everyone.
The Turner Station woman’s cells, dubbed the HeLa cells, were significant for their ability to survive outside of the body and became the basis for research that lead to techniques including vaccines, cancer treatments and in vitro fertilization.
As the number of drug-related deaths in Maryland climbs, funeral directors are calling themselves the "last responders" to the opioid epidemic. They're considering stocking the antidote Narcan for themselves, their staffs and mourners; a Timonium funeral home already has the drug on hand.
Joseph Lee Ray, of the 200 block of Maryland Avenue in Pasadena, was riding a stolen 2008 Yamaha motorcycle when he crested a hill near the 11300 block of Reisterstown Road in Reisterstown and collided with a 2016 Scion.