Sean Welsh

Writer

Sean Welsh is Content Editor, Digital & Breaking News for The Baltimore Sun. In his current role, Sean manages baltimoresun.com's homepage and The Sun's digital breaking news coverage, while overseeing the metro and business departments in the mornings. Sean joined The Sun in Nov. 2013, and spent a little more than a year as the Night Metro Editor, handling breaking news coverage, managing The Sun's website and watching Orioles baseball from his desk. Prior to The Sun, he was a managing editor with Patch and a sports reporter for various publications, starting his career with The Aegis.

Recent Articles

  • Truck vs. pole: Aberdeen construction vehicle bed clips stop light

    Truck vs. pole: Aberdeen construction vehicle bed clips stop light

    Traffic is back to normal in Aberdeen Wednesday morning after dump truck with its bed raised has bent a metal utility pole holding the stop light and signage at a busy intersection Tuesday morning. The incident took place before 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Beards Hill Road and Maryland 22, less than...

  • Crash closes MD 140 near Baltimore, Carroll county line

    Crash closes MD 140 near Baltimore, Carroll county line

    A crash has closed MD 140 near the Baltimore and Carroll county line Monday morning. Baltimore County Police and Fire on Twitter called the crash “serious” and urged motorists to take MD 30 as an alternate route. Police said MD 140 was closed to northbound travelers at Glen Falls Road. This story...

  • Woman dragged 500 feet, killed alongside disabled car on I-83 shoulder, Maryland police say

    Woman dragged 500 feet, killed alongside disabled car on I-83 shoulder, Maryland police say

    A 53-year-old Pennsylvania woman standing alongside her disabled vehicle on the shoulder of Interstate 83 in Baltimore County was struck and dragged for 500 feet in a fatal crash Thursday night, Maryland State Police said. The woman was pronounced dead at the scene. The vehicle that struck the...

  • Baltimore County man killed in Essex motorcycle crash, police say

    Baltimore County man killed in Essex motorcycle crash, police say

    A Sparrows Point man was killed in a motorcycle crash Wednesday night in Essex, Baltimore County police said. The crash took place at 9:30 p.m., when a 2011 Nissan Maxima traveling west on Eastern Boulevard onto Wilbur Road was struck by a 2002 Harley Davidson motorcycle traveling east on Eastern...

  • 3 dead, several injured in Baltimore shootings Tuesday and Wednesday

    3 dead, several injured in Baltimore shootings Tuesday and Wednesday

    Michael Richardson was outside talking to neighbors Tuesday night when he heard the gunfire on nearby Lyndale Avenue. “You live in Baltimore and you are used to it. You could be standing in front of the [police] district and bullets will be flying,” said Richardson, 26, who sat on a nearby stoop...

  • Four alarm warehouse fire sends smoke over Baltimore

    Four alarm warehouse fire sends smoke over Baltimore

    Baltimore fire crews battled a four-alarm fire Monday at a warehouse in the Fairfield area of South Baltimore. The blaze, which started Monday morning, put off a large plume of smoke visible across the Baltimore area earlier in the day. Firefighters were expected to be on the scene overnight, officials...

  • Baltimore weather: temperatures could hit 90 Monday

    Baltimore weather: temperatures could hit 90 Monday

    High temperatures in the Baltimore area are expected to reach 90 degrees Monday, the National Weather Service says. Temperatures will be in the 80s for much of the week before dipping a little cooler on Saturday. No significant rain is in the forecast. However, the National Hurricane Center is...

  • Man stabbed Sunday night in Harford County

    Man stabbed Sunday night in Harford County

    A man was stabbed Sunday evening in the Aberdeen area, police in Harford County said. The stabbing took place around 8:25 p.m. in the 3400 block of Churchville Road, near Stepney Road, according to the Harford County Sheriff’s Office. The man was taken to the Chick-fil-A at the intersection of...

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