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Records room update latest in Westminster Police modernizations

The records room update is the third in a series of modernization projects the Westminster Police Department has taken on in recent years for efficiency and space-saving.

Things to do in Baltimore this week: Billy Joel, Carol Burnett, Trifecta Food Truck and Music Festival and more

The top A&E events in the Baltimore area for the week of July 21-27, 2019

SEAL hunters: Maryland couple make life mission to expose stolen valor

When Don and Diane Shipley find out someone claims to be a Navy SEAL or prisoner of war (POW), they won’t just take their word for it. And when it comes to liars, they take no prisoners.

Women’s Giving Circle of Harford County awards nearly $45,000 in grants in 2019

The Women’s Giving Circle of Harford County has awarded 13 grants in 2019, totaling $43,905. Over the past nine years, the Women's Giving Circle has donated more than $353,000 to nonprofits serving women and children in Harford County.

Preventing another Elijah Wilson: Programs work with Annapolis youth culture in wake of latest teenager’s death

Ken Starkes, and others like him, are leading initiatives designed to break the underlying cycles of poverty and deter young Annapolis people from violence.

Orioles allow most runs this season in 17-6 loss to Red Sox

The Orioles alowed a season-high 17 runs and lost 17-6 to the Boston Red Sox Saturday at Camden Yards.

Three males shot Saturday night in Northwest Baltimore

Three men were shot Saturday night in Northwest Baltimore.

Temperatures reached 100 Saturday in Baltimore. More scorching heat is on the way.

The high temperature is expected to reach 99 degrees on Sunday, but when factoring humidity it will feel a lot hotter, according to the National Weather Service.

Demonstrators protest Johns Hopkins Hospital suing poor patients

Joined by members of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, national union leaders staged a noisy — and musical — rally Saturday calling on Johns Hopkins Hospital to stop suing low-income patients to collect debt.

Dozens of firefighters battle fire at Severna Park deli and florist shop in extreme heat

Dozens of firefighters battled fire in extreme heat at Severna Park deli and florist shops.

Police: Man, 21, shot Saturday in Columbia

Police investigating the nonfatal shooting of a 21-year-old man Saturday in Columbia.

Orioles in-game portal: Live updates, everything you need to know during Saturday’s game vs. Red Sox

Welcome to your Orioles watching companion. Return here throughout the game for real-time recaps and analysis.

New 'virtual trail’ documents more than 370 years of black history in Anne Arundel County

Local residents, historians and genealogists on Saturday afternoon unveiled “African American Voices, Memories and Places: A Four Rivers Heritage Trail” to the public.

Crowds brave 100-degree heat for Artscape 2019

Thousands braved the 100-degree heat for the city’s annual three-day Artscape. Featuring an artists’ market, live music, food and interactive exhibits, the event, now in its 38th year, is billed as the nation’s largest free outdoor arts festival.

Orioles top draft pick Adley Rutschman homers in professional debut in Gulf Coast League

Orioles No. 1 draft pick and top prospect Adley Rutschman hit a towering home run Saturday in his professional debut in the Gulf Coast League.

33-year-old man shot in West Baltimore around lunchtime

A 33-year-old man was shot on McCulloh Street near North Avenue around lunchtime Saturday.

Fallston’s Elizabeth Hillman named captain of U.S. women’s under-19 lacrosse team

Fallston’s Elizabeth Hillman named captain of U.S. women’s under-19 lacrosse team

Former Colt Bert Rechichar, who once held record for NFL’s longest field goal, dies

Albert Daniel “Bert” Rechichar, who played for the Baltimore Colts and two other NFL teams and long held the record for the league’s longest field goal, died Friday of various ailments in Belle Vernon, Pa. He was 89.

Shane Lowry takes command at British Open in third round

Ireland's Shane Lowry builds 4-shot lead in British Open

Mike Mussina, Mariano Rivera bookend Sunday’s Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, much the way they did on the field

Mike Mussina will lead off the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Sunday and Mariano Rivera will speak last, kind of like when Mussina was starting and Rivera was closing for him.

New Baltimore deputy police commissioner robbed at gunpoint near Patterson Park

One of Baltimore’s new deputy police commissioners and his wife were robbed at gunpoint Saturday night in the Southeast District.

Harford celebrates 19 champions for children, youth

Harford County honored 19 individuals who have improved the lives of local youth at the 2019 Champions for Children and Youth Awards held June 21 at Harford Community College’s Chesapeake Center in Bel Air.

Baltimore police investigate dice game shooting, fatal stabbing

A woman and two men were shot and slightly injured overnight following a dice game dispute.

T-Mobile has been overcharging Maryland customers for 911 fees, state senator says

A Maryland state senator who led the charge to upgrade Maryland’s 911 system says T-Mobile has been overcharging Maryland families and companies for years.

One year after replacing Manny Machado, Renato Núñez still having an impact on Orioles at plate

Orioles slugger Renato Núñez has 28 home runs since he was first called up by the Orioles last year, but the team still sees better in his future.