Terrell Stoglin suspended by Terps, will enter NBA draft: Maryland guard Terrell Stoglin, the Atlantic Coast Conference's leading scorer this season, won’t return to the Terrapin men's basketball team after being suspended one year for a rules violation of the Student-Athlete Code of Conduct.

BGE rates fall, decreasing bills by $54: Baltimore Gas and Electric customers can expect to pay at a lower rate starting in June.


13 startups to present at TechCocktail Baltimore on Wednesday: Young local technology companies will be pitching to potential investors and partners.

Twice-in-a-lifetime celestial event coming in June: The last transit of Venus until 2012 is coming up, and the Space Telescope Sciece Institute is hosting a lecture on it Tuesday.

Legislation would give Maryland voters more political gift information: Large donors would be required to disclose their occupations and employers if governor signs bill.

Johns Hopkins patients move to new towers: Hospital staff began moving patients to the new $1.1 billion hospital Sunday.


  • The trial of political consultant Julius Henson resumes Monday after being postponed in February. Henson is accused in connection with deceptive Election Day robocalls in 2010.
  • The Orioles will be tested on the road starting Monday, with trips to face the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox back-to-back.
  • What does the future hold for Maryland basketball? Along with the departure of Terrell Stoglin, Mychal Parker is also leaving and Pe'Shon Howard was arrested Sunday and charged with disorderly conduct.
  • Get a look at "House of Cards," the Netflix production starring Kevin Spacey that has begun filming in Baltimore neighborhoods, in a photo gallery.