The Korean War is often known as the "forgotten war," but local veterans of the bloody three-year-conflict on the Korean Peninsula will be sharing their memories with Harford County residents this weekend, 60 years after the guns were silenced.
Edward Joseph Snowden, the government contractor who revealed the National Security Agency's massive telephone- and Internet-surveillance program, has left few public clues about his life growing up in Crofton and Ellicott City
By By Jean Marbella, Shashank Bengali and David S. Cloud and Tribune Newspapers
In the black market of Maryland's prisons and jails, where the right price can secure cellphones and drugs, transactions unfold through a complex system of currency. It uses 14-digit codes, prepaid debit cards and text messages.
By By Justin Fenton, Ian Duncan and Kevin Rector and The Baltimore Sun
A group of Korean War veterans presented a $1,000 donation to the Harford County Public Library Thursday in an effort to support library programs to commemorate this year's 60th anniversary of the end of the war.
Mayo A. Shattuck III, who helped sell two Baltimore institutions to out-of-state concerns and ran the region's energy firm for a volatile decade, has retired from the parent company of Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.
Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. has agreed to buy four television stations owned by Cox Media Group for $99 million, the latest deal for Sinclair in a string of acquisitions over the past year and a half.
Meghan Rafferty, assistant branch manager of its Park Avenue branch in Bel Air, is the winner of Freedom Federal Credit Union's quarterly "Core Value Award," which recognizes Freedom employees who continuously demonstrate support of Freedom's unique core values established as a vision and guidance for all employees in their commitment to serve Freedom members, fellow employees and the Harford County community.
Mental health and addiction treatment center Baltimore Behavioral Health Inc. has filed for bankruptcy protection because it owes more than $5.5 million to creditors and estimates its assets are less than $500,000, according to federal court filings.