The U.S. Department of Agriculture confirmed Tuesday that Customs and Border Protection agriculture specialists discovered eggs from a “highly destructive” moth attached to a coal freighter at the Port of Baltimore two weeks ago.
A prominent pastor is vowing to hold worship services this Sunday and beyond after Baltimore police tried to shut down a service at his church amid increasing coronavirus-related constraints on social gatherings.
After being slated for demolition, a house where jazz giant Cab Calloway once lived in the Druid Heights neighborhood will stay up pending an appeal from his grandson Peter Brooks and a planned virtual hearing process.
A federal court in Maryland has dismissed a lawsuit shareholders filed against Under Armour and its founder over Port Covington, planned as a $5.5 billion mixed-use development and future global headquarters for the sports brand.
A Baltimore City Police officer shot and killed a male who was firing upon a crowd in retaliation to an earlier dispute that left another male injured, Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said Monday night.
Government bodies across Maryland are turning to technology to simultaneously comply with the state's open meetings law and Gov. Larry Hogan's coronavirus-related ban on gatherings of more than 10 people, with mixed results.
A Baltimore City Public School System Cherry Hill employee tested positive for the novel coronavirus on Sunday, according to officials. This is the first confirmed case of coronavirus among Baltimore City schools.