Soon, P. David Bramble will offer his "mixed use" plan for Harborplace and the most important requirement is for it to succeed.
The Orioles have made us proud this year, perhaps it's a good moment for a more Baltimore-centered seventh-inning stretch song.
The 2024 election is likely to prove pivotal so why would Americans let others decide their future by not registering to vote?
With Artscape, a Jonas Brothers' concert, a Ravens game and "The Wiz" opening in Baltimore, it's a good time to leave the driving to others.
Baltimore's rise in car thefts reflects a broader, multi-faceted trend but a council member's approach to it also signals a leadership question.
The prospect of higher tolls in Maryland shouldn't alarm anyone given the state's erratic history with rates and failure to keep up with rising costs.
Informing people about gun locks isn’t political speech, it’s common-sense speech.
Baltimore's John Waters gets his much-deserved star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and we can all be pleased and appalled.
Lawmakers are likely to find the latest DJS report on juvenile crime - and its claim that public concerns are overblown - something less than reassuring.
Filling vacant government jobs should not be about making unions happy, it must be about getting essential duties done.
Sunday marks the opening of the Ravens season and a major boost to Baltimore civic pride, with both NFL and MLB playoff contenders.
First report on Baltimore's worst mass shooting raise questions regarding police actions that deserve better (and more transparent) answers.
With its large and long-term investment in natural gas, BGE's latest rate hike is neither consumer nor climate friendly.
More than 150 years ago, Baltimore welcomed workers from across the country to establish the first truly national labor movement.
Latest Republican anthem attacks overweight SNAP beneficiaries eating fudge rounds. Here's what's wrong with that false note.
With the region's worst ratio of residents-to-council members and a need for greater diversity, it's time to expand.
As tempting as it may be to move ill-behaved students to virtual classes, it's the wrong approach.
If Maryland is serious about preserving the environment for future generations, shouldn't that promise be legally binding?
If Gov. Wes Moore is serious about imposing greater discipline on state spending, he can start by revisiting his own budget choices.
Agriculture in Maryland is evolving toward value-added products and in other ways that average fair goers may not yet fully appreciate.
The rise in self-harm demands action from reducing easy access to firearms to better funding of mental health care.
The confounding Maryland Supreme Court opinion upholding job discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation must not stand.
Georgia's governor has an antidote for the MAGA faithful brainwashed by Trump's election lies: The truth.
How many more millions in public funds does it take to satisfy the ownership of a baseball team when so many Baltimoreans have so little?
Maryland has greatly expanded legalized gambling, but a new report raises concerns about its unintended adverse impact.
Can Baltimore's Inner Harbor and Middle Branch be marketed as trails for the paddling crowd? It could prove a stroke of genius.
The busy summer season has left Ocean City officials with a question: Is it time to restrict tents and canopies on the beach?
Better to have honest broadcasters like Kevin Brown and winning chemistry than joy-killing dictates from the front office.
Better to have 'futuristic Teletubbies,' honest broadcasters and winning chemistry than joy-killing dictates from the front office.
Claims of spying and misappropriation of funds suggest messy MAGA-style politics have taken residence in Harford County.