Members of the American Legion gathered at St. Mary’s Cemetery on Homeland Avenue on Veteran's Day to honor four French sailors who died in Maryland in 1918. The Frenchmen rest here because their families were never found.
Reporter Jonas Shaffer is a good addition to Ravens coverage at The Baltimore Sun.
To help reduce plastic waste, beverage companies are giving customers incentives to recycle bottles the companies can repurpose into new bottles.
If Mayor Young can't grasp how the buck stops at his office when it comes to reducing Baltimore's homicide rate then he should step aside.
In publicly sharing his struggles with anxiety and depression, tight end Hayden Hurst raised his game to another level.
The possibility of a Baltimore Symphony Orchestra without Marin Alsop is deeply distressing.
Donald Trump may claim to be history's most transparent president but his failure to disclose tax returns (or reveal truth about Ukraine matter) tells quite a different story.
I can't have sympathy for the squeegee kids, especially after one squirted me in the face.
Miami-based Leonard Pitts Jr. has a problem with unfairly stereotyping white men.
Former Anne Arundel county executive says best path forward on Kirwan Commission spending plan is to put safeguards in place to assure money is spent wisely.
Latest efforts to caste proposed uptick in spending on public education as disastrous represent a gross disservice to the nation's future.
Kirwan Commission may pit governor against teachers' union politically but its failure to recommend how to pay for upgrades remains a major shortcoming.
With new chancellor, it's clear that Maryland's higher education future rests in the Baltimore area.
Childhood trauma is more common than we think and thought leaders are finally starting to pay attention.
The Sun's news coverage of the Kirwan Commission is not balanced and basically an endorsement of the plan.
The Republicans knew former Vice President Joe Biden's son had a business venture in Ukraine in 2016, but did not say anything.
If we don't fund the Kirwan Commission education plan, we may very well be endorsing ignorance.
Maryland is experiencing an alarming decline in shorebirds driven, in part, by loss of fish in the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries. Let's do something about it.
District 7 congressional race underscores Maryland's failure to recognize third party options on the election ballot.
City Council must hold Public Works officials accountable for agency's failure to address basement sewer backups.
Baltimore's proposed Fair Election Fund may soon protect city residents from the political influence of wealthy campaign donors.
North Point Government Center's value as a green space should not be ignored.
Maryland makes small business certification too difficult.
Former county executives were less than honest in their critique of Governor Hogan's objections to costly Kirwan Commission school reforms.
The Sun's high school cross country reporting falls short of what readers should be provided in the newspaper's sports pages.
Women running for office will be helped by City Council plan to provide public dollars to political candidates in Baltimore.
Baltimore County Council's passage of the HOME Act is a landmark choice to make sure county residents who qualify for government aid don't get shut out by landlords.
Dan Rodricks has a misplaced concern for the welfare of elderly prison inmates sentenced to life that should be redirected toward victims' families.