A high-ranking official in the Baltimore police union with a history of making controversial statements — and getting disciplined for it — has once again landed in hot water, after suggesting protesters of a Maryland Fraternal Order of Police conference at the Inner Harber on Sunday were "thugs" involved in violence.
A four-day conference of Maryland's Fraternal Order of Police officially opens with a reception Sunday night. But those convening at the Hyatt in Baltimore were greeted first by protesters Sunday afternoon.
Some 300 troops from the Maryland National Guard drilled for a deadly outbreak of a bird-flu-like disease this week that they envisage would spread panic in urban areas and require the killing of chickens by the barnful.
More than $280,000 in state funding has been awarded to the Harford County Sheriff's Office support its fight against the ongoing heroin epidemic, part of a $3 million allocation to agencies throughout the state. Here's how the money will be used.
Kennewick, Wash., scored in every inning but the last Friday and easily won the U.S. championship of the Cal Ripken World Series in Aberdeen. Washington scored two or more runs in each of the first four innings en route to a 10-2 victory over Honolulu.
The boyfriend of Korryn Gaines, the woman who Baltimore County Police fatally shot in her Randallstown apartment earlier this week, is now facing drug charges stemming from a police search of the apartment after the shooting occurred, police confirmed Friday.
Bel Air Mayor Susan Burdette, who is in her fifth year on the town board, spends her days and nights serving residents and representing the Harford County seat at the state and regional level. She's technically a mayor in name only, because the post is mainly ceremonial, but that hardly means she isn't constantly busy with town government related activities and decisions.
Maryland's top health official told a Baltimore judge Tuesday that he erred in not seeking more money in this year's state budget to relieve a bed shortage that has prompted his department to turn away patients from his department's mental hospitals.
The longtime leader of Baltimore's library system was confirmed by the Senate on Wednesday to head the Library of Congress despite late concerns from some conservative lawmakers about her previous positions on access to pornography.
A portion of West Mulberry Street, a major thoroughfare into downtown Baltimore, will remain closed to commuters on Tuesday morning after a water main break caused a large sinkhole on Monday, city officials said.
Numerous laws enacted by the Maryland General Assembly last winter will take effect today (Friday) including some specific to Harford County and one statewide measure expected to have an immediate impact locally.
State legislators, architects, donors and board members of the Enoch Pratt Free Library filled the lobby of the central library Wednesday to mark the groundbreaking of its renovation and restoration project.
The Howard County Council's legal counsel said Monday a committee proposed by Council Chairman Calvin Ball to review the school system's budget does not violate state law, rebutting statements by an attorney for the school system who said the committee oversteps the council's authority and compromises the school system's independence from the county government.
Carla Hayden appears likely to win confirmation to lead the Library of Congress after a Senate committee voted unanimously Thursday to advance her appointment and a key Republican lawmaker said he hoped the Baltimorean would receive a vote by the full Senate by next month.
Sagamore Development wants $535 million in city help to redevelop Port Covington in a massive mixed-use project including a new Under Armour HQ, offices, residences, retail and parks. Here's a look at some of the project details and what city officials are considering.
The Washington Wizards officially announced the hiring of Scott Brooks as the franchise's 24th head coach Tuesday. The sides agreed to a five-year deal worth $35 million, according to people with knowledge of the situation
The Harford County legislative delegation ended the 2016 General Assembly session Monday with the passage of a flurry of bills that will show the county and state's continued support for two slain Harford County Sheriff's Office deputies, allow alcohol to be served in local movie theaters and allow Harford Community College to obtain a license for alcohol sales during community events on campus.
The General Assembly agreed Monday to sweeping changes in Maryland's criminal justice policies, but failed to reach a deal that would have given residents their first major income tax break in nearly two decades.
Northrop Grumman Corp would receive millions over the next five years in an incentive pushed by the Hogan administration, on top of $20 million lawmakers already intend to award the defense contractor for staying in Maryland.
A heroin bill has been withdrawn; the newest movie theater being built in Harford County is slated to have beer, wine and liquor sales, provided the legislation that would allow them passes the Maryland State Senate, and a bill designed to resolve municipal election ties such as the one affecting Aberdeen's City Council has passed the House of Delegates and moved to the Senate.
State Senate and House of Delegates bills to permit the sale of alcoholic beverages at some events on the campus of Harford Community College and in local movie theaters have passed their respective houses in Annapolis.
State Sen. Catherine E. Pugh and former Mayor Sheila Dixon are locked in a virtual tie in the Democratic race to become Baltimore's next mayor, a new poll for The Baltimore Sun and the University of Baltimore shows.
Gov. Larry Hogan is proposing $20 million in funding for defense and aerospace giant Northrop Grumman, designed to retain the company's newly created Mission Systems divisional headquarters in Linthicum and 10,000 jobs in Maryland.
In awarding the latest subsidy for development in cash-strapped Baltimore, leaders of the City Council on Monday required the developers to set aside millions for the nearby community — a new standard they plan to begin imposing.