- In a school of nearly 1,000 kids, Jasmine Brunson Jr. was a well-known, positive figure. After Brunson was gunned down on prom night, the school community mourns his loss.
- Baltimore’s own Kevin Liles is bringing some of his celebrity friends in entertainment and culture to introduce the city’s charms and the significance of Preakness to the world.
- Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh will guest-host a local morning radio show for the next two weeks. The appearance is one of her first after a 19-month incarceration in federal prison.
- Henry W. “Harry” Loock Jr., a veteran and retired candy company executive, died May 2. The longtime Timonium resident was 94.
- More Baltimore City Council members weigh in on President Nick Mosby's alleged ethics violations as a website established to collect money for the legal defense of Mosby and his wife, State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby, switches to a mostly blank “maintenance mode.”
- A man and a woman were injured in a shooting in Central Baltimore’s Barclay neighborhood Monday morning, blocks away from Thursday's shooting that left a pregnant woman and a man dead.
- Last Tuesday, five months after Darryl Brown first sought removal of the people unlawfully living in the house he owned, he stared in disbelief at what was left of 325 Furrow St.
- Under Armour looked no farther than Morgan State University in its own Baltimore backyard to launch what it considers a key piece of a sweeping global initiative designed to break down barriers limiting access to sports.
- V. Jill Hurlbrink, a retired Catholic Charities social worker who appeared on 1960s television game shows, died of dementia complications May 10 at Springwell Senior Living in Mount Washington. The Towson resident was 83.
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- A pregnant woman and a man were shot to death Thursday night with the delivered baby in critical condition, police say.
- Baltimore City Council President Nick Mosby should comply with an ethics board order to return money collected by a legal defense fund established to benefit him and his wife, cease fundraising activities and produce a list of donors to the fund, a group of City Council members said in a letter due to be sent to Mosby Saturday.
- The Baltimore Sun was named news organization of the year on Friday among large newspapers in the annual Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association awards contest.
- A federal judge on Friday denied prominent Baltimore defense attorney Ken Ravenell’s requests for a new trial, saying the court followed all the correct procedures during the first trial.
- Mayor Brandon Scott pledges to address blighted properties in hope of reducing violent crime in 'forgotten' neighborhoods.
- A legal defense fund Baltimore City Council President Nick Mosby has attempted to distance himself from was established by Robyn Murphy, a local consultant who is friends with Mosby and his wife, State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby.
- You might say Park Heights has a new attitude. This community of approximately 30,000 residents is experiencing a wave of new homeowners and development projects.
- Preakness may be about horse racing, but hat fashion is a main attraction. Soigné in Fells Point offers hats that stand out from the crowd.
- A Baltimore-based pharmacy and pharmacist have agreed to pay $15,000 and adhere to “corrective action” in a civil case that involves allegedly filling fraudulent prescriptions despite red flags.
- A Pimlico upgrade is now scheduled to be completed by 2026, but the timeline for a similar project at Laurel Park remains undefined.