Baltimore is rehiring its embattled former director of the Department of Public Works on a contract basis, according to an agenda for the city’s spending board.
A retired Baltimore Police officer shot by his wife last year after he was accused of sexually abusing children at her day care will be released on home detention before his May trial.
Plans to demolish the aging twin Harborplace pavilions at the Inner Harbor seem all wrong to Jimmy Rouse, whose father, Columbia founder James W. Rouse, helped bring the then pioneering festival marketplace to Baltimore’s waterfront 43 years ago.
Baltimore City officials are partnering with the Enoch Pratt Free Library to hand out 30,000 free Chromebooks — a Google laptop popularly used in classrooms — to increase accessibility for low-income residents.
The Orioles, alongside Gov. Wes Moore, announced Thursday that they were here to stay. Here's a look at what we know, and don't know, about the club's lease situation.
Officers arrived around Sunday night in the 500 block of East Patapsco Avenue to investigate a person lying in the street.
Two men died on Friday evening and early Saturday morning, according to Baltimore Police
Rashid Maxwell Jr., 15, was fatally shot Sept. 25 near Gilmor Elementary School in West Baltimore’s Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood. The school is attached to the Lillian Jones Recreation Center, a facility that community advocates, like Showdown for Sandtown, have been vying to get reopened.
Wilbur E. “Bill” Cunningham, who represented Northeast Baltimore on the City Council, died Wednesday at MedStar Union Memorial Hospital. He was 74.
Baltimore City officials expect an update in the coming days after a tiny concentration of a microscopic parasite was discovered in the Druid Lake Reservoir.
A divided Baltimore City Council approved the nomination of Richard Worley as Baltimore’s next police commissioner Monday.
Any of the many visions for a revitalized Harborplace will start with the pavilions being demolished, according to the firm redeveloping the space at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
An investigation resulted in the seizure of about 8.5 kilograms of fentanyl and 3 kilograms of cocaine. The drugs were distributed throughout Baltimore City, Howard County and Baltimore County, authorities said.
The Baltimore City Council delayed a vote on a proposed redistricting map Monday despite receiving no firm assurances from Mayor Brandon Scott about how he may exercise a veto on the plan.
The Orioles will hold a public memorial on Monday for Hall of Fame third baseman Brooks Robinson, the team announced Thursday.
Three months after the July 2 shooting, Brooklyn Homes residents and volunteers planted trees and flowers in honor of the victims. While many still feel unsafe, some victims and residents say they are beginning to heal.
David P. Miller II, the first head of the Maryland Environmental Trust, died Sept. 1 at Gilchrist Center Howard County in Columbia. The Tuscany-Canterbury resident was 87.
Baltimore Police said officers responded to the 1100 block of South Charles Street around 12:14 a.m. and found 23-year-old Ryan Demby with multiple gunshot wounds.
Catherine S. “Kitty” Douglass, former controller of the General German Aged People’s Home in Irvington, died Sunday at her Reisterstown home. She was 85.
The Baltimore City Department of Public Works revised its advisory Friday to say that only immunocompromised people need to avoid drinking tap water in a large swath of the Baltimore area. Here's what to know.
Facing a mountain of potential lawsuits connected to its history of child sexual abuse committed by priests, America’s oldest Catholic archdiocese declared bankruptcy Friday, a move designed to limit its liability against potential damages and conserve its assets.
With the Archdiocese of Baltimore weighing bankruptcy as a means to compensate abuse victims, its assets are difficult to untangle after years of legal maneuvering to shelter property while retaining control.
The Baltimore City Council again deferred a decision on Mayor Brandon Scott's proposed redistricting map Friday, forcing a scenario in which the council would need to take three votes on the plan Monday to thwart a potential mayoral veto.
Jason Billingsley, 32, was arrested Wednesday in Bowie after a multi-agency manhunt. He is accused of murdering Pava LaPere, a tech CEO, and attempting to kill two others by lighting them on fire.
Duane “Keffe D” Davis was taken into custody on suspicion of the 1996 killing of rapper and former Baltimore resident Tupac Shakur, according to two officials with first-hand knowledge of the arrest.
At about 9:37 p.m., Western District officers responded to the 2300 block of West Lafayette Avenue for a report of a shooting.
Edgar Allan Poe continues to captivate and intrigue 174 years after his death, especially during the Halloween 'spooky season.'
Dr. Donlin Martin “Don” Long, the first head of Johns Hopkins Medicine’s neurosurgery department, died Sept. 19. He was 89.
The Orioles announced Thursday night on the video board at Oriole Park that the team and Maryland Stadium Authority have agreed to a new 30-year lease to keep the team in Baltimore. The deal was set to expire Dec. 31.
The search for Jason Billingsley, accused of killing Baltimore entrepreneur Pava LaPere days after setting two people on fire, ended Wednesday just after 11 p.m. near a train station in Bowie.