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How two new Maryland laws paved the way for Adnan Syed’s long-awaited release from prison
Six people injured in weekend violence, including a triple shooting, Baltimore Police say
Six people were injured in four separate weekend shootings in Baltimore, Baltimore Police said.
Catherine H. ‘Nora’ Murray, a career educator who nurtured student leadership, dies
Vehicles still stuck in downtown Baltimore parking garage after partial collapse
Map guides way on the the Jones Falls Trail
Dr. Charlene B. Griffin, a longtime Baltimore educator and active Episcopal member, dies
Mayor Scott declares HBCU Day in Baltimore, announces first Mayor’s Masked Ball
A city councilman wants to end single-family zoning in Baltimore. Here’s what that means.
‘Black hero’ or ‘servant’? Supporters push for Marylander who served in War of 1812 to get VA tombstone.
After nearly 30 years in Baltimore, Looney’s Pub in Canton will get a rebrand under new ownership
Moore pledges cooperation; Cox to take Baltimore by court order. What path does city take under Maryland’s next governor?
Johns Hopkins virtual town hall on private police force takes few questions following disruptive protest
‘His talent? It was out of this world’: Baltimore rapper LonnieDaGoat, 24, shot to death in Cherry Hill
Maryland LGBTQ organization FreeState Justice granted restraining order against former executive director
Donald E. Setzer, a retired teacher and Howard County Schools principal, dies
First town hall to discuss Johns Hopkins private police force is ended by protesters and moved to online-only format
With his conviction overturned, ‘Serial’ subject Adnan Syed was placed on home detention. This is what he’s allowed to do.
His longhand might be short on clarity, but Baltimore ‘Jeopardy!’ champion’s scrawl is deemed legible enough
Johns Hopkins researchers pinpoint significant gap between Baltimore City Public School buildings and those in rest of state
Construction to make Baltimore’s Druid Lake swimmable could begin in spring 2024
Baltimore inspector general finds long-dead rat, insects and other persistent problems at city-run sexual health clinic
Francis X. Gallagher Jr., a lawyer-turned-investment banker and co-founder of Charlesmead Advisors, dies
Attorney: Family of Hae Min Lee treated as afterthought in recent court hearing that freed Adnan Syed
Baltimore boxer Gervonta Davis to go to trial Dec. 12 on hit-and-run charges after judge refuses to approve plea deal
Maryland gubernatorial candidates Dan Cox, Wes Moore court parents, teachers, voters with education a key part of both their platforms
‘I lost everything’: Saturday night fire at historic Hooper House in Baltimore destroys artists’ work, studios
Opposition to Johns Hopkins University private police force simmers ahead of town hall meetings
Josephine M. ‘Aunt Joe’ Robinson, founding member of Open Church of Maryland and Community Concert Choir of Baltimore, dies
Adnan Syed walked free from court after his conviction was vacated. Why can’t others do the same?
Man dies Tuesday morning following Cherry Hill shooting, Baltimore Police say
New ‘Serial’ episode on Adnan Syed case drops; victim’s family, advocates respond to his release from prison
In the aftermath of drinking water contamination in Baltimore, clear answers could be hard to come by
More residential development planned for Port Covington in South Baltimore