- The Catonsville widow of Baltimore Negro Leagues star Leon Day hopes a new Negro Leagues exhibit in Northeast Baltimore will help raise the pitcher’s profile — and that of his teammates — in his hometown.
- Three men were injured in shootings starting from Friday night and one was killed Saturday morning, according to Baltimore police.
- The Rev. James R. Crowder, a retired Episcopal clergyman and former senior associate at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, has died at 87.
- Roberta’s House, a recently completed building on East North Avenue, will be a place of refuge for people grieving the deaths of friends and family members to disease or violence.
- U.S. Rep. John Sarbanes' bill would provide for automatic voter registration and expand early voting and voting by mail.
- The non-profit Strong City Baltimore says it is getting out of the business of fiscal sponsorship, which fueled the organization’s growth but caused financial headaches for the grassroots programs it was serving.
- Artscape, the popular Baltimore summertime art and music festival, will not be held for the second straight summer due to ongoing concerns about the spread of the coronavirus, organizers announced Friday.
- Baltimore's citywide 911 Diversion Pilot, set to start in June, aims to connect callers with the most appropriate resources and responses for their needs.
- The owner of The Village of Cross Keys plans to start building an upscale, 350-unit apartment building at the North Baltimore retail and office complex through a joint venture announced Thursday.
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- Experts say families still need to follow precautions, but there are many activities that can be enjoyed with low risk.
- As Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott gets his feet wet, he's being tested by headline-grabbing violence that has community leaders seeking action.
- LaShauna Jones, her daughter, granddaughter and their hot dog company, Sporty Dog Creations, are injecting new life into the partially vacant building at 333 N. Charles St.
- Young adults are the biggest share of new Maryland COVID cases, and officials are ramping up efforts to vaccinate them.
- Paintings, jewelry, salsa dance and more will be showcased this Saturday in Southeast Baltimore at Tianquiztli: A Special Day with Mama. This free outdoor market in honor of Mother’s Day was organized by the Creative Alliance and the Latina-led art collective, Artesanas Mexicanas.
- Amtrak CEO William J. Flynn on Thursday took a shot at the proposed maglev train line for the Northeast Corridor, telling Congress the technology is vastly more expensive and environmentally disruptive than conventional and high-speed rail — and once built, it would serve only the rich.
- After decades of failed attempts, state lawmakers passed a bill this year that would eliminate the song “Maryland, My Maryland” from the list of official symbols of the state.
- Gov. Larry Hogan announced the initiative to help young people recover from the “devastating” impacts of the pandemic, challenges that he said could have lasting effects on children.
- The launch of a roughly $400 million redevelopment plan for both Pimlico and Laurel Park tracks promises not just to keep the Preakness in Baltimore but also to revitalize impoverished parts of Pimlico’s surrounding neighborhoods.
- Baltimore police have charged 26-year-old Brandi Richardson with murdering Georgio Johnson in the city's Oliver neighborhood in April as well as charging two others with attempted murder for a nonfatal shooting in March.
- The chief judge of the Maryland District Courts has banned all court employees, bailiffs, commissioners, constables, clerks, staff and judges from wearing masks at work with the law enforcement symbol of the “thin blue line.”
- After years of stalled plans to move its global headquarters to Port Covington, Baltimore-based Under Armour is moving forward with a scaled-down version of the bold vision presented five years ago.