Baltimore Symphony Orchestra faces far greater financial challenges than recent donations can mitigate.
Former Ravens owner Art Modell was once again overlooked in Hall of Fame voting and that's richly deserved given his history.
Ocean City's elected officials see wind turbines as eyesores but can't seem to recognize the clean power (and grateful tourists) they will provide.
The Baltimore Ravens lost to the Tennessee Titans chiefly because of some bad decisions by John Harbaugh and his staff.
House speaker's crusade against Donald Trump has crippled the federal government and brought a level of disfunction that will last for years.
The Sun's emphasis on crime causes the newspaper to neglect all the positive things going on in the city.
Ocean City has much to gain from development of offshore wind farms.
Authorizing a medical school at Morgan State University is a solution in search of a problem considering the abundance of medical schools in the region.
Don't mourn, Baltimore Ravens fans. The football team, like their namesake city, is destined to come roaring back.
The recent death of a football fan at M&T Bank Stadium could have been avoided if the steps were not so steep and unsafe.
Senator Cardin's ambitious plan to help foster women leaders around the world deserves the support of the full Congress.
Maryland would be far better off if the state legislature overrides Governor Hogan's veto and allows neutral administrative law judges to review handgun permits.
Whatever the merits of Kirwan education plan, it's disingenuous of Democrats to act as if they can boost spending without raising taxes.
Trump's actions against Iran only underscore how U.S. policy toward the region has been badly handled for years.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi needs to finally move House-approved impeachment findings to Senate for show trial so President Trump's acquittal can get on track.
The field may be large but The Sun needs to write about more than seven of the 24 candidates vying to replace Elijah Cummings in the U.S. House of Representatives.
People are often looking to clean out their libraries and prisons need books. Can an arrangement be worked out?
Recent expansion of financial news is welcome but so would a return of recently deceased list.
Group of Baltimore youngsters offering to clean windshields who were polite and helpful get a shout-out from a satisfied customer.
The recent incident involving a Maryland toddler wandering into the road was horrifying, particularly when it appears some drivers swerved and honked their horns but did not stop.
Providing temporary care for an animal in need can be extremely fulfilling.
Whatever Donald Trump has accomplished in office it's not be the least bit helpful to anyone but the richest among us.
Ravens quarterback was not held back by race. Young men in Baltimore would do well to follow his example.
It should come as no surprise that stream restoration is not cost-effective when projects are not done thoughtfully.
Pikesville Armory project still has some hurdles but a music and arts festival could soon be in its future.
The Baltimore Sun's antagonism toward Maryland's Republican governor is ever present in its editorials.
Christian support for President Donald Trump is inexplicable given his immoral nature.
Marijuana is already available to consumers. Legalization offers an opportunity to regulate it. That doesn't mean it's harmless.