- While plans for Baltimore Mayor-elect Brandon Scott’s inauguration are not yet firm, the tentative schedule calls for the bare minimum.
- After being paused since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Baltimore City is resuming its program to remove abandoned vehicles.
- A man, 20, was shot and killed in West Baltimore on Sunday afternoon, officials said, and an 18-year-old man was shot Sunday in South Baltimore.
- George Van Fossen "Van" Schwab, a retired Baltimore architect and a World War II veteran, has died at 98.
- Four people were injured in Baltimore City shootings Saturday, three fatally, as the city draws closer to reporting 300 homicides in one year for the sixth straight.
- Eric L. Scott, a longtime WJZ-TV photojournalist known for his friendly and outgoing demeanor, has died at 54.
- One bill would have required hospitality businesses to rehire workers who were laid off in the pandemic once they reopen. The other would have ensured that a hotel retains staff if the ownership changes hands.
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- For the sixth straight year, Baltimore is on pace to record at least 300 homicides, leaving the city’s political, civic and law enforcement leaders again searching for ways to reduce a rate of violence not even a pandemic could stop.
- Police say a man was fatally shot and another was injured in Baltimore’s Druid Hill Park neighborhood Thursday night.
- One bill would have required hospitality businesses to rehire laid-off workers once they reopen. Another would have ensured that a hotel retains staff if the ownership changes hands. Both bills were approved by wide margins.
- Bernard Davenport and Khristopher Joseph were arrested in homicide cases that took place in October, according to Baltimore Police.
- Like other historic churches in Baltimore, Mount Vernon’s has been thrust into the testy crossroads of modernity and preservation.
- A federal task force officer posed as a FedEx driver to deliver a package of cocaine to a home in North Baltimore’s Medfield neighborhood over the weekend, court documents show.
- Maryland counties are announcing and revising plans and guidelines for holding classes while containing the spread of coronavirus.
- Carnival cruises won’t be returning to the Port of Baltimore until at least March as coronavirus cases continue to climb across the country.
- A car plowed into barriers protecting an outdoor dining area outside of Blue Agave restaurant on Light Street in Federal Hill early Tuesday morning, video shows.
- The effort will focus on intensive care beds and will be coordinated by the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems, a state agency that already coordinates care for certain patients.
- Scott, a Democrat who is currently City Council president, received maximum contributions of $6,000 from three donors on his most recent finance report.
- Baltimore spending board approves more than $10 million in Gun Trace Task Force settlements.