- Baltimore Police responding to a call in Northwest Baltimore on Monday morning found the body of an unidentified woman who had been shot in the head, the department said.
- The Ravens' first full-capacity home game since the pandemic began provided a much-needed psychological and economic lift to the city, officials said.
- Baltimore City Council approved a bill Monday that will create a security deposit grant program for low-income city residents — a compromise reached among various city officials after a bill mandating alternative security deposit options was rejected earlier this year.
- 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.
- Each week, The Baltimore Sun will recognize one high school boy and girl for their athletic achievements.
- More people in Maryland died of opioid overdoses in 2020 than in previous years and a record number took prescription opioids, the painkillers state officials have long blamed as the source of the addiction crisis.
- Baltimore’s spending board is poised to approve a settlement with former Baltimore Police Officer Thomas Cassella to close out a defamation lawsuit he filed against the city and former Commissioner Darryl De Sousa.
- FIFA representatives visited Baltimore over the weekend and attended the Ravens’ game Sunday night against the Kansas City Chiefs to evaluate the city as a finalist to host the 2026 World Cup.
- Nationwide fears about public safety are driving gun and ammunition sales, creating longer waits for Baltimore County Police and other Baltimore-area law enforcement agencies trying to stock up on bullets and cartridges.
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- Before the kickoff of the highly anticipated home opener, the Ravens played a song that Omar Little from “The Wire” used to whistle, paying tribute to the late Michael K. Williams.
- Papi’s Tacos in Fells Point will likely be closed for “weeks, if not months,” after part of its building collapsed into the neighboring alley Sunday morning, owner Charlie Gjerde said.
- The sewage leak near Baltimore’s Stony Run stream was reported just before 8:30 a.m. Wednesday and cleared later that day, a Department of Public Works official said. About 8,000 gallons of wastewater were released.
- A Baltimore police car was stolen and a suspect jumped into the harbor during a police chase through South Baltimore on Saturday that left numerous vehicles damaged.
- With Maryland regulators drafting the rules for sports betting, some college athletics officials — and some oddsmakers — believe universities could do more to safeguard against leaks from campus that could affect schools’ images and credibility.
- Baltimore's theaters and concert halls are requiring mask-wearing and proof of vaccination as they welcome patrons back for in-person live performances.
- As Maryland reopens, some disabled people say they would like the option to remain virtual.