Man shot twice expected to survive: Victim was found shot twice early Monday in the Ellwood Park neighborhood of east Baltimore.


FedEx Field skybox lets Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown entertain lobbyists, politicians: Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown used his 18 tickets to the state skybox at FedEx Field to entertain business leaders, union officials, state politicians, lobbyists, friends and family, according to records requested by The Baltimore Sun.

Dan Rodricks: Sailabration brings out the mobs: While the opening of the new Wegman's in Columbia was exciting, Rodricks writes, it couldn't compete with the Star-Spangled Sailabration.

Donna's not returning to Park Place building: The Mount Vernon cafe displaced by a five-alarm fire in 2010 will not return to its former space, nor will eateries Indigma or My Thai.

Tall ships to depart before heat wave arrivesThe tall ships moored around the Baltimore harbor for the Star-Spangled Sailabration will depart just ahead of a brief heat wave setting in Wednesday, meaning one last day of pleasant weather to watch the ships sail away on Tuesday.

  • Reaction to city health officials' efforts to close city liquor stores. There is particular concern among the Korean-American community, many of whose members own stores.
  • Fourteen-story cranes are being delivered to the Port of Baltimore on Tuesday, bringing some logistical challenges for maneuvering under bridges.
  • Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III is attending his last community on patrol walk Monday night before he steps down Aug. 1.
  • Police are expected to release Sailabration crowd estimates Monday, giving a better idea of the event's economic impact.
  • The Maryland Terrapins landed five football recruits from Maryland over the weekend, key in a battle with schools outside the state that have poached top talent in recent years.