- Former Bentalou Rec Center coach Herman Johnson, who died of a heart attack Thursday at University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus after a nine-month battle with cancer, will live on with the generations of youth to whom he taught basketball as well as life in general.
- A Baltimore police officer swerved their patrol car while responding to a call Saturday morning, leaving the roadway in Northeast Baltimore and coming to a crashing halt in Herring Run, a department spokesperson said.
- A crowd of protesters took to the streets in East Baltimore to proclaim that Black Lives Matter and to show their solidarity with the Asian American community on Saturday, the second demonstration against police brutality and in support of social justice issues to be held in the city in as many days.
- Paul Showell, a Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services official who directed its Division of Capital Construction, has died at 80.
- An old Crown Cork & Seal industrial building in Baltimore's Greenmount West neighborhood has been transformed into the soon-to-open Guilford Hall Brewery.
- Protesters began to gather outside Baltimore Police headquarters Friday evening to show their frustration over yet another police killing in America.
- Karida Collins' Neighborhood Fiber Co., a Baltimore-based hand-dyed yarn company, has a famous customer in Kamala Harris and a history that has unrolled over 15 years.
- Nearly 100 students and faculty members from Bryn Mawr School, Roland Park Country School and Gilman School took to the streets Friday morning to protest the treatment of a former teacher.
Most popular Maryland
- Kyree Davis, 21, was arrested in the fatal shooting of 22-year-old Shamyar Austin, Baltimore police said.
- Cases of COVID-19 in Baltimore City have spiked in recent weeks, outpacing every county in Maryland and rivaling an infection level not recorded since the winter peak.
- Operated by Baltimore City Public Schools Food and Nutrition Services, the Great Kids Farm in Catonsville offers students hands-on opportunities to “connect farm to plate, reinforce curricular concepts, strengthen environmental literacy and promote healthy habits."
- Three men were shot late Thursday afternoon in the Baltimore Highlands neighborhood of Southeast Baltimore, according to the police.
- All detainees at the Chesapeake Detention Facility in Baltimore will be offered coronavirus vaccines by May 1 and the facility will be subjected to monthly independent inspections as corrections officials agreed to a settlement in relation to a lawsuit that alleged they mishandled a COVID-19 outbreak at the facility in February.
- Known as Open Checkbook, the web-based database offers information on Baltimore City’s spending and allows users to break down information by agency and vendor.
- Two community associations and a proactive core of homeowners are bent on maintaining their quality of life.
- “There is no rivalry,” Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott said, standing inside the restaurant. Instead, he thinks Baltimore is the clear winner. “D.C.’s food scene does not compete with Baltimore,” Scott said.
- The Housing Authority of Baltimore City announced Tuesday that it has allocated an additional 50 Housing Choice vouchers to assist homeless residents obtain housing.
- The city of Baltimore’s private security costs have ballooned over the last five years and will increase again this week with another $4.5 million approved by the Board of Estimates.