- Michael Huber, Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott's top assistant since Scott took office in December 2020, will take a new job as director of Maryland state government affairs for Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medicine. His replacement has yet to be selected.
- Maryland health officials plan to continue operating a morgue in a downtown Baltimore parking garage for COVID-19 remains.
- Three hundred members of the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services staff are receiving training on adolescent brain science, the psychology of trauma and cognitive behavioral therapy.
- A new plan to prevent damage in Baltimore from storms like Sandy in 2012 and Isabel doesn’t include sea walls of storm surge barriers, except for the city’s tunnels, and instead recommends property owners flood-proof their homes and businesses near the Patapsco River.
- Patricia Owens, a retired Red Cross public relations director who was a potter and accomplished gardener, has died. She was 93 and formerly lived on Guilford Avenue in Charles Village.
- Later this year, Paul Thomas, owner of The CIVIL in Mount Vernon, intends to open a hookah lounge and a mac and cheese takeout joint, both in Fells Point.
- The Baltimore City Health Department has extended a Code Red Extreme Heat alert into Tuesday in anticipation of more mid-90s temperatures and high humidity.
- Baltimore Police have charged 56-year-old Jeffrey Chaney in the fatal stabbing of 50-year-old Peter Riley on July 28.
- Two members of the Baltimore Fire Department were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries Monday night after a driver fired an air pellet gun at a medic unit in South Baltimore.
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- The parents of a 15-year-old girl fatally shot by a 9-year-old child in Baltimore are calling for criminal charges against the gun's owner.
- Three people were killed and three others injured in Friday and Saturday shootings, Baltimore Police said.
- Some Baltimore businesses that have stepped up to help squeegee workers have learned that simply offering jobs is not enough.
- Seven banners that represent a Maryland Army National Guard unit's ties to fighting on the Confederate side of the Civil War are in jeopardy.
- Fifteen-year-old Nykayla Strawder was shot in the head Saturday night and pronounced dead at a hospital. Police on Sunday identified the suspected shooter as a 9-year-old boy who accidentally shot Strawder while playing with a loaded gun.
- Marilyn Mosby's attorneys are asking a judge to bar the government from using the term “financial hardship” at her trial on perjury charges, saying it would bias jurors against Mosby as they hear about her withdrawals from her retirement account during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- In interviews with The Baltimore Sun, 15-year-old Jay’den Williams provides a rare look at what a victim of gun violence thought in the moments before she recanted her statements in court.
- Harbor Point’s roots go back to the 1770s, when Baltimore was establishing itself as a trading port, but is changing incrementally.
- Thunderstorms left hundreds without power Thursday evening and downed dozens of trees, with rain and outages mainly impacting Northeast Baltimore.
- Alicia White continues to climb the Baltimore Police Department ranks after facing manslaughter and other charges in the 2015 death of Freddie Gray.