The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is shutting down Maryland state park-specific social media accounts and merging them with the Maryland State Park accounts, according to a DNR official. Followers of those Twitter accounts aren't happy about it.
Baltimore native Jada Pinkett Smith bares her soul on "Red Table Talk," the popular Facebook-Watch show she co-hosts with her mother Adrienne Banfield Norris and daughter Willow. The three women discuss topics ranging from mental illness to fitness and family.
A former Maryland state representative has filed a civil rights lawsuit against Governor Larry Hogan and Attorney General Brian Frosh, taking aim at a controversial executive order denying contracts to businesses that boycott Israel.
Now that Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald is out of the running for Baltimore’s police commissioner job, The Baltimore Sun wants to hear your thoughts on the process and what you envision for the next nominee.
Hikeen Crampton started the week without tickets for this Sunday's playoff game in Baltimore between the Ravens and the Los Angeles Charges. By Wednesday, a bizarre chain of events landed him two free tickets to the Ravens first playoff appearance since 2014.
During a time when fewer young people are regularly attending church, St. John the Evangelist is among the churches that have introduced special ministries and programs to engage a younger generation and a new wave of immigrants.
Without a hint of alarm, the doctor told me to go ahead and sit up on the exam table. The procedure was finished. I stared at the white and gray image on the X-ray monitor. The physician tried to gently explain what was wrong with me.
While the gruesome practice of lynching is most closely associated with the Southern states of the former Confederacy, hundreds were committed elsewhere in the country — including at least 44 in Maryland.
Decades after the murder conviction of Adnan Syed, whose guilt or innocence became the subject of the wildly popular podcast "Serial," two former high school classmates have emerged, saying a key alibi witness would "make up a lie" to help his case.
When the visit by Baltimore County police to serve a warrant on Korryn Gaines in her home this week escalated into an armed standoff, the Randallstown woman chose a path that has grown increasingly familiar: She began recording video, and posting the footage online.
Social media presents a whole new set of challenges to parents, from when children should begin to use it to how to keep kids safe online. This requires early ¿ and frequent ¿ discussions about what¿s OK for public consumption. And it fuels concerns about cyber-bullying and other damage to self-esteem and reputations, including the possibility that the ramblings of a moody teen or a photo lacking good judgment could come back to haunt a person on college applications or at the start of her career.
By By Laura Barnhardt Cech and For Maryland Family