Four officials with knowledge of the request said Orioles chairman and CEO John Angelos sought development rights to three state-owned parking lots at Camden Yards.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott’s nominee to lead the city’s fire department once faced charges related to his possession of homemade explosives, a circumstance that Scott’s administration said it was aware of and should not disqualify him from overseeing the department.
The top issues Maryland lobbyists sought to influence this year were the state budget, the new cannabis industry and changes to the state's family and medical leave act.
Lobbyists registered with Maryland’s State Ethics Commission disclosed trying to influence nearly every one of the almost 2,300 pieces of legislation that lawmakers considered this year.
Maryland's 529 program, meant to help parents fund their children's college education, has had a history of turmoil leading up to the recent announcement to reinstate the earnings return rate to 6%.
Sports betting companies asked Maryland regulators to drop rules that protect bettors from misleading promotions.
Abuse survivors say a report by the Illinois AG on the Catholic Church is more transparent than one issued in Maryland.
There have been several resignations, a priest put on leave and another whose transfer was canceled after it was revealed they're in the Catholic Church abuse report.
One of the former Catholic officials whose names were redacted from a child sex abuse report founded the Maryland State Boychoir.
The Baltimore Sun has identified an Episcopal priest and two former Catholic clergy on the list of abusers in the Maryland Attorney General's Office on Catholic Church abuse.
Maryland's Episcopal bishop says the diocese wasn't aware of abuse allegations against a priest until last month.
The Baltimore Sun fact-checked the archdiocese’s talking points about the findings of the report and Catholic Church officials’ responses to it.
Monsignor J. Bruce Jarboe won't transfer to a Towson parish after he was identified as one of the Catholic officials the Maryland attorney general's office says helped cover up abuse.
Several priests who covered up abuse in the Baltimore archdiocese work in parishes and serve on the boards of Catholic institutions.
Civil rights attorney Ben Crump and colleague Adam P. Slater say they're representing a diverse group of survivors of Catholic Church abuse in Maryland.
Abuse survivors are calling Catholics in the Baltimore archdiocese to advocate for the resignation of Archbishop William Lori.
Monsignor Richard “Rick” Woy of the Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore has resigned from the board of St. Joseph Medical Center.
Abuse survivors call for more transparency after The Baltimore Sun named Catholic Church officials in abuse cover-ups.
The Catholic officials redacted from the Maryland attorney general's report were among the most powerful, high-ranking and visible leaders of the Baltimore archdiocese.
Some disabled veterans who've been through a Department of Veterans Affairs training program in Frederick say they've been hit with costly claims for expenses after quitting stressful acquisition jobs at the VA before they were supposed to.
Maryland Gov. Wes Moore raised $4.6 million from scores of wealthy donors and corporations and spent $4.3 million on his historic inauguration in January.
A day after the Maryland Catholic Church said it would support legislation reform on statute of limitations laws, survivors say it shows the church is still refusing to deal fairly with past victims.
To some critics, Baltimore Archbishop William Lori's approach to a Maryland attorney general's report on sexual abuse resembles a landmark case he led in Connecticut years ago.
Baltimore’s inclusionary housing law meant to “encourage economic diversity and balanced neighborhoods.” But of the thousands of market-rate apartments built under it, only a few dozen were set aside for low and moderate-income Baltimoreans.
For years, the three Roman Catholic dioceses operating parishes in Maryland have successfully lobbied lawmakers to keep sexual abuse survivors from filing lawsuits against the church, a Baltimore Sun review of lobbying records shows.
Women featured in “The Keepers” documentary have expanded on their request for the full public release of a report examining sexual misconduct by clergy throughout the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
The release of a damning investigative report into a January fire that claimed the lives of three Baltimore firefighters has led to the resignation of Baltimore Fire Chief Niles Ford.
A spokesperson for the Archdiocese of Baltimore says it's paying, at least in part, the fees of two attorneys representing people who are not accused of sexual abuse, but are named in a report from the Maryland Attorney General’s Office.
Catholic officials failed to act on abuse allegations or report them, according to a report prepared by Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh’s office.
The investigation found the Archdiocese of Baltimore failed to report many allegations of sexual abuse, conduct adequate investigations, remove abusers from their posts or restrict their access.