The Maryland Board of Public Works approved a contract Wednesday to secure 30,000 doses of mifepristone.
New abortion provider in Western Maryland will cut patients’ journeys from West Virginia, where procedure is banned
A women's health care center is poised to open just outside Cumberland, a few miles from the border with West Virginia, where nearly all abortions are now banned.
Maryland’s top dog: Meet the newest Government House resident, Tucker Balti Moore
As Maryland's first dog settles into his new home with Gov. Wes Moore and family, we've come up with a fun list of things he can do, from running with the pack to earning his sea legs.
Ex-Maryland state Sen. Robert ‘Bobby’ Zirkin advertises legal assistance under Child Victims Act, which he once testified against
Former state Sen. Bobby Zirkin's law firm is now advertising services to abuse survivors under the new Child Victims Act law.
Tucker, Governor Wes Moore's family dog | PHOTOS
Governor Wes Moore's duties include Tucker, the family dog.
U.S. Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland hopes to decide before July 4 whether he’ll run for Senate
U.S. Rep. Jamie Raskin, a Maryland Democrat, said he hopes to decide by July 4 whether he’ll run to fill the seat of outgoing U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin.
Former ‘whites only’ Beverly Triton Beach in Edgewater faces delays after reopening ceremony
Anne Arundel County nears the end of the process of reopening part of Beverly Triton Beach, a once-segregated beach in Edgewater.
Baltimore mayor, City Council leaders vow to seek ‘alternative’ after BOPA budget hearing disappoints
The statement from city leaders came in the wake of the agency’s budget hearing Friday evening.
Squeegee jobs dried up from some Baltimore intersections after city ban. Some have found work through city’s Hire Up program.
Baltimore resident and former squeegee worker Carlose DeBose Jr. doesn’t remember a time when he felt like a kid.
The hidden cost behind the costs: Baltimore paid $6.4M last year for lawyers on police, ADA, pollution cases
In 2022, Baltimore paid $6.4 million to private attorneys, according to data obtained by The Baltimore Sun via a Public Information Act request.
Maryland Department of Health seeks approval from the Board of Public Works for stockpile purchase of abortion pill
The Maryland Department of Health will be looking to the state for funds to stockpile the abortion drug mifepristone.
Lawmakers, advocates celebrate Child Victims Act being signed into law by Gov. Wes Moore
The Child Victims Act was signed into law Tuesday by Gov. Wes Moore. As of June 1, it will be legal for adults who were sexually abused in childhood to sue their abusers.
Here’s a look at some Maryland laws going into effect June 1
Here is a look at some of laws going into effect on June 1.
James M. Griffin, president of Baltimore chapter of CORE, entrepreneur and school board member, dies
James M. Griffin, a civil rights activist and school board member, died May 14 at his West Baltimore home. He was 91.
Weekly recycling to resume in Baltimore in early 2024 — as long as new garbage trucks arrive — officials say during budget talks
Baltimore officials doubled down Wednesday on their commitment to restart the city’s weekly recycling collection in early 2024, but warned that the move will be possible only if the city receives 30 new garbage trucks that are currently in production.
Is a four-day week a logical evolution in the workplace? Some Baltimore companies say it works for them.
Baltimore software company Tricerat joined a movement to trim employees' workweek to four days.
Baltimore Fire Department beset by shortage of emergency medical technicians, paramedics
More than 60 out of 380 emergency medical service jobs in Baltimore are unfilled, leaving nearly a 16% vacancy rate in one of the country’s busiest fire agencies per capita.
Baltimore City Council probes staffing increases in mayor’s office, elsewhere on first day of budget hearings
Baltimore City Council opened its first day of budget hearings by drilling down on city personnel issues and spending in the mayor’s office.
Survivors: Illinois AG’s report on clergy sex abuse is more detailed and transparent than Maryland’s
Abuse survivors say a report by the Illinois AG on the Catholic Church is more transparent than one issued in Maryland.
Baltimore County Council approves 2023 services map with amendments after opponents say there’s not enough sewer capacity
The Baltimore County Council approved the 2023 Basic Services Maps, with amendments.
As the clock winds down, threat of a federal default looms over U.S. and rattles Baltimoreans
As the federal government approaches the debt limit, Marylanders join Americans in being concerned for the financial future of the U.S.
25 Anne Arundel County midshipmen graduate from U.S. Naval Academy
25 Anne Arundel County midshipmen in the Class of 2023 prepare to go off and serve their country.
Advocates speak out at Baltimore City Council’s annual Taxpayers’ Night, but some would-be virtual testifiers left in dark
Residents spoke in favor of affordable housing, clean water, library funding and a skate park in West Baltimore as the City Council considers Mayor Brandon Scott's $4.4 billion budget.
Records reveal mounting problems at a city-backed apartment complex in West Baltimore
The Center\West apartment complex in West Baltimore's Poppleton neighborhood has seen an exodus of tenants. Public records reveal lawsuits with contractors, insurers and management companies as well as mounting losses.
Baltimore County Council passes final $4.9 billion budget for fiscal year 2024
The Baltimore County Council passed the fiscal year 2024 county budget Thursday.
Protesters rally outside Andy Harris’ Bel Air office against a potential default on national debt
Several progressive groups rallied outside of Rep. Andy Harris' Bel Air office Wednesday afternoon to to protest potential federal cuts to programs such as Medicaid and public education.
Former Baltimore County official pleads guilty to two counts of theft and perjury
A former Baltimore County official pleaded guilty to stealing almost $110,000 from two campaign committees.
Population in Maryland, U.S. grows older while homeownership rates decline, new 2020 census data shows
The population of Maryland and the U.S. is skewing older, new 2020 census data shows. The figures come from the third batch of numbers from decennial survey, which also details household and housing information.
Baltimore County water rates to increase 5% beginning July 1
Baltimore County residents will soon see their water bills increase almost 5% starting July 1.
Maryland taxpayers pick up $200,000 tab for Preakness tent for politicians, business executives
Splitting the bill among six taxpayer-funded agencies, Wes Moore’s administration covered the $200,000 cost for an invitation-only state tent.
One death, one champ: 2023 Preakness Stakes highlights conflict in beloved, but deadly sport
One horse, trained by Bob Baffert, died Saturday at Pimlico. Another Baffert horse, National Treasure, won the 148th Preakness Stakes.