- In some places, precipitation could come at a rate of one to two inches an hour, raising the chance of flash floods in low-lying areas.
- In interviews with The Baltimore Sun, 15 former subordinates and colleagues at the city prosecutor’s office and the state attorney general’s office described Thiru Vignarajah as a man who punished both men and women for perceived disloyalty and humiliated them in front of colleagues.
- Baltimore awarded more than $7 million in federal American Rescue Plan funds to nine city nonprofits Wednesday, starting the much-awaited process of distributing the money directly to groups not under the city’s umbrella.
- A majority of Baltimore City Council members and Comptroller Bill Henry endorsed sheriff candidate Sam Cogen Wednesday, upping the ante in the first serious challenge three-decade incumbent John Anderson has faced in years.
- A well-known civil rights attorney is joining a couple in a lawsuit against the City of Baltimore and its school system.
- They’re banking on the outcome of the primary election to change things by hosting fundraisers and donating to candidates. But there’s no consensus on just exactly who is best for business as a top prosecutor. For some, it’s simply anyone but the incumbent.
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- Early voting begins this week across Maryland as the delayed 2022 primary election gets underway. Voters who want to vote early and in-person can cast their ballots beginning Thursday. Early voting locations will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily through July 14.
- Four men died, and 9 others, including a 14-year-old boy, were injured in separate shootings in Baltimore this weekend.
- After Sarah Gossard’s dog, Nala, was killed by a police officer in 2014, she has channeled her grief into organizing fundraisers for animal organizations such as Charm City Companions.
- Marilyn Mosby’s lawyers have indicated they intend to rely on several experts to build her defense.
- Staff members and families across the world received notices starting June 24 from Johns Hopkins’ Center for Talented Youth Program stating that their on-campus courses were cancelled, many of which were scheduled to begin June 26.
- Fires in West and Northeast Baltimore displaced at least five people and caused one house to collapse, according to the Baltimore Fire Department.
- As the newly appointed director of LGBTQ Affairs for Mayor Londyn Smith-De Richelieu’s job is to improve the quality of life of the LGBTQ community.
- Until recently, there were only a handful of known signatures of Archibald "Moonlight" Graham, a baseball player and 1905 University of Maryland School of Medicine graduate who earned folk hero status for being depicted in the movie "Field of Dreams." In an old building on the school's Baltimore campus, four more have been discovered.
- Early voting begins Thursday and the July 19 election is about two weeks off, but Maryland’s primary has been underway for weeks. About a half-million voters have received ballots by mail or online, and millions more were sent sample ballots or other info. But a delayed primary and new district lines have triggered hiccups.
- A lightning bolt that struck the roof of a Baltimore rowhome caught fire Saturday night during a fierce thunderstorm.
- The sixth annual Cherry Hill Arts & Music Waterfront Festival is designed to honor the legacy of Harriet Tubman 200 years after her birth in Maryland.