A Hispanic man who says he was beaten by a group of teens in Patterson Park over the weekend remembers few details of what happened as police continue to investigate whether he was targeted because of his ethnicity after the not-guilty verdict in the Trayvon Martin murder trial.
By By Justin George and Scott Dance and The Baltimore Sun
Still smarting from news that half of Baltimore's lucrative cruise business is headed south next year, the state's ports chief said Friday that officials already are working on replacing the Carnival Pride.
By By Timothy B. Wheeler and Candy Thomson and The Baltimore Sun
Chamber music players typically spend so much time together that it can seem like a professional marriage. In the case of Duo Amaral, it's an actual marriage. These husband and wife guitarists perform for the Sundays at Three series on May 19 at Christ Episcopal Church in Columbia.
A Baltimore judge sentenced Policarpio Espinoza Perez to life in prison on Monday for conspiring to murder his brother's two children and their young cousin nearly a decade ago in a killing described as the "most horrific" to ever come before the court.
A turbulent spring among a family of immigrants nine years ago led to a plot to slash the throats of three young children, prosecutors said Thursday in closing arguments in the murder trial of Policarpio Espinoza Perez.
Romantic squabbles in Policarpio Espinoza Perez's large Mexican family helped lead him to slash the throats three young relatives, prosecutors claimed Tuesday, seeking to establish a motive early on as the state again tries for conviction in a case that has defied explanation for years
Policarpio Espinoza Perez and Adan Canela have been mentioned in the same breath since they were charged nine years ago in Baltimore with slashing the throats of three young relatives, ages 8, 9 and 10. They have sat side-by-side at two trials, but as prosecutors this week make a third try at convicting them, each man will get a chance to tell his own story.
A judge is expected on Monday to hear arguments over whether a key witness can be extradited from Mexico to testify in a planned third trial of two men accused of slashing the throats of three children nine years ago.
Sitting in a federal court room Friday in a jail-issue jumpsuit, the diminutive Jean Brown stood accused of beating a member of an international drug ring, which she allegedly ran, so hard that one of his eyes dislodged from its socket.
Gino's Burgers and Chicken received tentative approval from the Harford County Liquor Control Board Wednesday afternoon to sell beer and wine at the restaurant, which will open in Aberdeen in the beginning of the year.
After a long drive from Arizona, prosecutors say, Dmytro Holovko pulled up to a meeting spot on Liberty Road and unloaded hundreds of pounds of marijuana — another successful shipment for a drug ring accused of using Baltimore as a hub in a distribution network that brought in $1 million a month.
With President Barack Obama winning re-election on the overwhelming support of the Latino community and Republicans trying to work out how they fared so poorly among a bloc they see as a natural constituency, leaders of both parties say they are ready to take up comprehensive immigration reform.
Question 4 has drawn arguments for and against. But for some — from the students for whom the tuition break would make college possible to the activists who don't want their tax dollars to subsidize the education of illegal immigrants — the issue is personal.
Over the past decade, Carroll County's Hispanic population has more than tripled, as immigrants have settled in towns that call to mind the rural villages they left behind in Mexico and Central America.
You don't have to venture further into the alphabet than the letter "B" to discover the bulk of the Columbia Orchestra's 35th season-opening concert on Saturday, Oct. 6 at 7:30 p.m. in Jim Rouse Theatre at Wilde Lake High School. Symphonic giants from the 19th and 20th centuries are paired in this program anchored by Leonard Bernstein's "Symphony No. 1, Jeremiah" and Beethoven's Symphony No. 8
Latin Fashion Week, kicks off Friday at the Washington Convention Center. The three day event will be an opportunity to highlight the rich, diverse talents of models, designers and stylists from around the globe.
Juan Sebastian Bustamante Sanchez, who took the naturalization test last week, had more in common with his examination officer than he realized. Sarah Moses, an officer for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, also had to pass the examination to become an American citizen.