- One man died and another was injured in a double shooting late Tuesday night in Frankford in Northeast Baltimore, police said.
- Two Baltimore City restaurants are suspending indoor dining indefinitely, citing as reasons the early curfew and 25% maximum dining capacity implemented to help slow the spread of coronavirus.
- Mercy Medical Center was awarded more than $10 million in federal funding Tuesday to help continue the fight against the coronavirus, congressional leaders said.
- In Maryland, the electors have cast their votes since the beginning at the State House — first constructed in the 1700s and the nation’s oldest state capitol in uninterrupted legislative use — with the exception of “a few isolated” incidents.
- Michael John Baker, the former chief of Baltimore City Parks who became an aide to U.S. Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger and Sen. Barbara Mikulski, died of heart disease Nov. 12 at his Parkville home. He was 63.
- Patricia Pruett Onnen, a former model active in hereditary societies, died of multiple organ failure Nov. 25 at her Cockeysville home. The former Ruxton resident was 94.
- In the middle of the pandemic, Black mothers of newborn babies are having to navigate racism and isolation. These Baltimore moms are also haunted by the statistics that Black mothers and infants die at disproportionate rates.
- Faced with the continued barrage of shootings in the streets, Baltimore leaders are trying again a "focused deterrence" program to stop gun violence, saying they now have the will and experience to bring peace.
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- An activist legal group says it’s begun receiving case files in its fight to pry loose records on Baltimore Police use-of-force cases, but continues to face significant hurdles.
- Four men were injured in shootings across Baltimore overnight — including an incident inside of a downtown hotel, police said Sunday. A fifth was injured in a shooting Sunday afternoon, police later added.
- Since he was a child, Pedro Chesley had imagined himself as a soldier. Chesley, 20, an Army reservist, and his girlfriend, Diamond Davis, 21, were killed in a triple shooting Nov. 21 in Baltimore.
- As Giving Tuesday, the kick-off to the holiday giving season approaches, many nonprofits are holding their breath to see what the last stretch of 2020 will hold for them.
- While you’re waiting out the pandemic at home, here are 15 more questions to test your knowledge of Baltimore and Maryland — a little history, a little trivia, some sports, a dash of politics — and, as in earlier editions, we made all the questions multiple choice.
- Baltimore’s "Miracle on 34th Street" will be held this year, but the most prominent light will be a figurative yellow for caution. Some other holidays events are either canceled or will be held virtually.
- Across Baltimore and beyond, those who want to enjoy Thanksgiving are finding ways to adjust their traditions as coronavirus numbers continue to rise.
- Baltimore Police say a 34-year-old man was fatally shot in the head Wednesday afternoon and four other men were injured in separate shootings.
- Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young announced that an investigation into the city's water billing system found five accounts to be referred for further investigation and action.