A ransomware attack has forced many Baltimore government computers offline, affecting water billing, email, some phone systems, and the city's impound lot. Have you encountered any disruptions when doing business with the city?
Documents obtained from MTA Police shine new light on the unrest at Mondawmin that started the 2015 Baltimore riot, but also raise fresh questions. Do you have images or information that could help answer them?
As thousands head to Washington, D.C. for the National Cherry Blossom Festival, we wanted to know in the greater Baltimore region can cherry blossoms be found. Tell us.
We asked readers to share their thoughts on a bill that would allow terminally-ill adults to obtain prescription drugs they could take to end their lives. Here's what some had to say.
Debate has turned emotional in Annapolis as Maryland legislators decide whether or not to pass legislation that would allow terminally-ill adults to obtain prescription drugs they could take to end their lives. Help us add to our coverage with your perspective on the issue.
With Democrats pushing for the raise and Gov. Hogan questioning it, we wanted to ask our readers their thoughts on the issue.
Which historic Baltimore building would you restore and how? Twitter users fantasize about possibilities.
A Baltimore preservation carpenter and lover of old buildings took to Twitter to ask: What building in Baltimore would you fix up and how? Here were some of the responses.
Summoned for jury duty? Here are the best ways to pass the time, where to find a faint internet connection, and where to go for lunch, according to our readers.
In a special report, Sun reporter Kevin Rector examined the the future of the Japanese maglev system, which would enable high-speed travel between Baltimore, Washington and New York. We invited readers to share their reactions. Here’s what they had to say.
Now that Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald is out of the running for Baltimore’s police commissioner job, The Baltimore Sun wants to hear your thoughts on the process and what you envision for the next nominee.
Long considered a fantasy, the prospect of a maglev train that could turn a commute between Baltimore and Washington into a 15-minute trip is gaining momentum.