On a holiday morning that in bygone years meant deserted mall parking lots, crack-of-dawn consumers were lugging packages to their cars and wrestling flat-screen TVs into minivans shortly after the department store's 7 a.m. opening. Thanksgiving Day is now Black Thursday.
Suzanna "Sue" Miller, whom friends called "Mrs. Baltimore" for her role in selling residential real estate to those moving here, died of pneumonia Saturday at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Pikesville resident was 80.
A negotiated agreement announced Monday morning between Baltimore County government and the owners of the Recher Theatre on York Road absolve the theater of all responsibility for the late-September crowd disturbances in downtown Towson.
The vice chairman of the City Council's public safety committee called Sunday for a hearing on Baltimore's vast and lucrative speed camera program after an investigation by The Baltimore Sun found that the $40 citations issued to motorists can be inaccurate and the process unfair.
Responding to consumer demand, retailers have pushed up store openings to the end of Thanksgiving dinner, started online price wars in November and replaced door buster opening events with waves of sales targeting different consumers.
Below is a listing of local helping organizations seeking donations of either money or items, or both. In this season of giving and Thanksgiving, please share your blessings, by giving to those less fortunate.
Baltimore County Public Works and Councilman David Marks' office have taken steps to divert out-of-state tractor-trailers from the Towson neighborhood of Idlewylde, where navigation systems are inadvertently taking trucks bound for Dundalk.
Walmart debates are expected to play out in communities across Maryland, as the giant retailer plans to build or relocate eight so-called supercenters in a national reshuffling of its retail footprint.
Employers and government officials in Maryland touted the economic benefits of same-sex marriage law, including improving workplace conditions, helping employers attract and retain talent and boosting tourism and wedding-related business
Baltimore's political and business leaders praised the New York-based real estate investment firm purchasing Harborplace as a potential savior for the Inner Harbor mall that has struggled to find the right mix of tenants to appeal to both tourists and locals.
Ultimate Ravens fan Greg Hudnet, of Parkton, aka Baltimore Birdman, takes his Ravens car, a 1952 black and purple Buick to games, parades and events to raise money for MDCHIP, a child identification program run by Maryland Masons.
Wade Thomas Jones, 18, of the 10900 block of Old Woods Way, Kenneth Calhoun Smith, 18, of the 12000 block of Little Patuxent Street, and Jerron Marquise Berry, 19, of the 5900 block of Grand Banks Road, were charged with armed robbery, robbery, first-degree assault, theft and the use of a firearm during the commission of a felony.
The Baltimore Fire Department has implemented a strict new social media policy for what firefighters can post on Twitter, Facebook and personal blogs — drawing criticism that the department is trampling on First Amendment rights.
Sample food from local restaurants, caterers and even food trucks and pick up coupons at the Laurel Historical Society¿s Taste of Laurel, Sunday, Nov. 4 from 1:30-3:30 p.m., at the Laurel Museum, 817 Main St.
The defending NCAA champion Loyola men¿s lacrosse team will open its 2013 season with a pair of road games before beginning its home schedule on Saturday, Feb. 23, with a rematch of the national title game against Maryland, Greyhounds coach Charley Toomey announced Thursday.
By Compiled from Inside Lacrosse reports and news services