- Garrick Williams Jr., a youth football coach with the FCA Baltimore Park Heights Secret Society Saints, has been identified as the pedestrian killed after he was struck by a vehicle late Monday afternoon outside Mondawmin Mall in Baltimore.
- An East Baltimore man has been charged with attempted first-degree murder after Baltimore County Police say he shot a man in Parkville on Sunday.
- Saturday afternoon was not some case of the wrong place at the wrong time. When the bullet hit Kaelin, she was right where she told them: down the block buying Cheetos.
- At least one person was hospitalized after being trapped after a multi-vehicle accident involving a tractor-trailer at East Monument and St. Paul streets in Baltimore’s Mount Vernon neighborhood.
- The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announced Tuesday that it will stage two free outdoor community concerts in June conducted by outgoing music director Marin Alsop. Other arts and cultural institutions in Baltimore plan to reopen, too.
- Frank Brooks Coakley, a pioneering Black manager of the old Maryland National Bank’s Mondawmin branch who became a homeownership specialist for Baltimore and Maryland, died of cancer Feb. 23 at Gilchrist Care Towson. He was 78.
- Kushner Cos., the real estate firm that had been led by former President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, is selling about half its Baltimore area apartment complexes, including two that sold Thursday for $69.3 million.
- The Modells want their name off the city’s Lyric, marking a potential bitter breakup for the Mount Royal Avenue performing arts center and the family that brought the Cleveland Browns to Baltimore.
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- Gunmen jumped out of a car on an I-83 exit ramp Tuesday around noon and opened fire on a 17-year-old boy who was washing windows in the intersection, shooting him multiple times before speeding off, police and witnesses said.
- A zoning hearing Tuesday afternoon will determine whether the Arch Social Club can proceed with plans to erect a marquee on the facade of the historic 109-year-old building it owns at North and Pennsylvania avenues.
- Pratt Libraries across Baltimore will open at 25% capacity on March 8 for limited services, including browsing and computer use.
- Maryland counties are announcing and revising plans and guidelines for holding classes while containing the spread of coronavirus.
- A 12-year-old boy was shot in the arm Monday night in the Four by Four neighborhood in Northeast Baltimore and taken to a hospital in an ambulance, according to the Baltimore Police.
- The Penthouse Club in Baltimore wants a judge to lift the city's ban on adult entertainment, saying it infringes on the right to freedom of speech..
- Baltimore police say one person is dead and another is injured after they were struck by a vehicle outside the Mondawmin Mall Monday afternoon.
- Federal prosecutors have charged a Baltimore Police SWAT officer with possession and production of child pornography.
- Under bills introduced by Sen. Cory V. McCray and Del. Melissa R. Wells, a city charter amendment on local control over police could go before Baltimore voters as soon as 2022.
- This weekend, 76 residents of MonteVerde Apartments in Northwest Baltimore got their second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, and 55 more got their first shots.
- Police said three men were shot while attending “an after party” in a Northwest Baltimore restaurant and two other men were shot in the city’s Allendale neighborhood on Sunday.
- All three victims were being treated at area hospitals. Homicide detectives are investigating because of the severity of the injuries, according to a Baltimore Police Department Facebook post.