- A 29-year-old man was fatally stabbed and another man was injured in a shooting on Thursday, and police identified several recent homicide victims.
- Baltimore prosecutors began Thursday to present evidence in another murder case against Malik Samartaney, telling jurors the 68-year-old former Marine from Northwest Baltimore killed his grown daughter, dismembered her body, and threw her away at a dumpster.
- Anthony 'InkBoy' Chestnut finds that clients who flock to his downtown Baltimore shop are often in search of someone who will understand the techniques and tools that tattooing Black skin requires.
- Baltimore will buy the liens of more than 450 owner-occupied homes this fall in an effort to protect the properties from tax sale, Mayor Brandon Scott announced Thursday.
- A Baltimore jury convicted Cleveland DeShields Sr. Wednesday of murder for fatally beating his wife after a night of drinking in November 2018.
- Medora M. Kaltenbach, a retired administrator at the Social Security Administration who was known for her needlepoint renderings of East Coast lighthouses, died of bone cancer Saturday. The former Towson resident was 88.
- From around 1830 to 1850, Black laborers dominated Baltimore’s ship caulking industry, ensuring that the ships that left Baltimore’s harbor were watertight. It was demanding and important work, and they were able to band together and negotiate higher wages than would have been available to other free Black workers at the time.
- Baltimore’s ban on plastic bags goes into effect early next month, more than 15 years after city leaders first proposed a similar law.
- A Baltimore man was sentenced Wednesday to four life terms for his part in the death of a woman thought to be a witness in a federal case, the U.S. Department of Justice said in a news release.
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- Empowerment Temple AME Church in Baltimore hires a new pastor, Oklahoma minister Robert Turner, to replace its ousted former leader.
- A 20-year-veteran of the Baltimore Police Department improperly shared information about an expunged arrest of a former command staff member and obstructed an internal investigation into the matter, a department trial board has found.
- Tenants of The Gallery at Harborplace mall on Pratt Street in downtown Baltimore have been told to vacate the multi-level shopping center, while the mall's owner said it is evaluating options for the Inner Harbor property.
- Standard Industries Holdings, a New York building materials company, said Wednesday that it has completed its $4.6 billion acquisition of W.R. Grace & Co., a Columbia-based specialty chemicals giant.
- The alleged leader of a violent Baltimore Crips set was mistakenly released from federal detention last week and has been recaptured.
- Three people were shot, one fatally, in various incidents across the city on Tuesday and Baltimore Police identified three recent homicide victims.
- A former Baltimore Safe Streets anti-violence worker who returned to dealing drugs and tried to use his job as cover is headed back to federal prison for another 11 years.
- Two Baltimore hospitals — Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and the University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus — have been ranked among the top 10 most “socially responsible” health centers in the U.S. by a consulting organization for health care entities.
- Baltimore’s top criminal justice leaders met for hours Monday to discuss a long-term plan they say will reduce gun violence in the city that for decades has struggled to curb shootings and homicides.
- Baltimore Police have identified the man who briefly stole a patrol cruiser and jumped into the Inner Harbor seeking to evade arrest over the weekend.
- The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is relocating two season-opening concerts from its Strathmore venue in North Bethesda to Baltimore because of an ongoing labor dispute with ticket sellers.
- Baltimore Police body camera footage shows an unhandcuffed suspect kick a man who was already lying on the ground and badly injured. The scene led city prosecutors to bring criminal charges against the officer.