The Baltimore metro area is expected to be sunny throughout the week following a wet Sunday.
"Judy Centers" are rapidly expanding in the state as part of the Blueprint for Maryland's Future education plan. They help parents support children's early development, providing resources and education from birth until kindergarten.
The graduate student power forward duo of Charles Thompson and Chase Paar combined for 20 points, 15 rebounds and four blocks to power host Towson to a 67-58 victory over Morgan State on Sunday evening.
Some rain is likely to fall on the Baltimore metro area Sunday evening and night ahead of a mostly sunny week, though more precipitation is forecast for Friday.
The Ruxton resident was 94.
The attorney general's office is investigating the deaths of a man and a woman after Baltimore County Police exchanged gunfire with the man.
A nearly 100-year-old tradition continues at St. John's Church in Reisterstown with the Thanksgiving day Blessing of the Hounds.
John F. Baesch, an Army veteran who was a retired CSX and Amtrak executive fond of Sherlock Holmes, died Nov. 14 at Keswick Multi-Care Center in Roland Park. He was 78.
A woman died on Interstate 795 on Wednesday afternoon near Reisterstown in a four-vehicle crash triggered by two pickup trucks colliding.
A man was killed in a double shooting Wednesday in Essex.
Apple violated federal labor law by withholding benefits from unionized employees at its Towson store, the National Labor Relations Board alleges.
Those planning to make their Thanksgiving commutes on Wednesday can expect clearer weather than Tuesday’s travelers, according to the National Weather Service, though roads are expected to be busier.
A look back at highlights from the fall sports season at public local schools Carver A & T, Dulaney, Loch Raven and Towson.
Teacher’s Association of Baltimore County President Cindy Sexton said Nov. 28 is the final scheduled meeting between union and Baltimore County Public School District bargaining teams.
H. Mebane "Meb" Turner, the longtime president of the University of Baltimore who later headed Boys’ Latin School, died Sunday at Roland Park Place.
The owner of a restaurant on Reisterstown’s Main Street was ordered Monday to pay the federal government over $2.8 million in restitution for taxes that prosecutors said were withheld from employees or owed by the business, but were never paid.
A Baltimore County jury convicted a Parkville man second-degree murder in the deadly beating of a 91-year-old man in 2021.
The Baltimore County Fire Department will contract with an outside group to ensure compliance with a federal agreement following a settlement over sexual harassment.
Stuart Berney, a descendant of the founders of the old Hamburgers men’s store in Baltimore, where he also worked, died Oct. 2 at his Stuart, Florida, home.
A new Phoenix Road Bridge in Baltimore County opens after a $10.5 million replacement project.
A redacted report on March's fatal Baltimore Beltway crash advised the state highway administration to “conduct comprehensive internal reviews” of its safety inspections,
Towson University’s new president, Mark R. Ginsberg, hopes to further the university’s ambitions of becoming a research-focused institution while also being ingrained in the campus community.
The Moving Company Dance Center in Cockeysville moves to a new facility with five studios.
Thanksgiving is a minefield for many people recovering from addiction, but this year's holiday looks different for one Helping Up Mission resident.
Dr. Barbara Ellen Seifert Meyers, who broke through adversity as an early female dentist in the Baltimore area, died Nov. 3 at Brightview Senior Living in Westminster.
Baltimore restaurants are incorporating food from cultures around the world into their Thanksgiving offerings.
William E. “Bill” Sheppard Jr., a digital designer, Maryland Institute College of Art faculty member and musician, died Nov. 5 at his Rodgers Forge residence. He was 73.
Stephany W.S. Harper, who led the Bellona-Gittings Community Association for many years and was active in Democratic politics, died Oct. 28 at her Pinehurst home. She was 87.
Perry Hall built a 27-6 lead over Leonardtown, powered in part by running back Jacob Wagner, but needed a late fumble recovery and touchdown by Noah Williams to seal a win in their state quarterfinal matchup.
Rocket Lab USA, a California-based maker of space satellite launch vehicles, plans to open a production plant in a former Lockheed Martin facility in Middle River and hire up to 65 people in the next two years.