With a 10-game homestand beginning Friday, the Orioles are in the driver's seat to clinch the American League East title at Camden Yards for the first time in the ballpark's history. The club plays the New York Yankees and the Toronto Blue Jays in the first two series of the homestand.
Since Baltimore's most distinctive bus stop was unveiled late last month on the side of the Creative Alliance in Highlandtown, the trio of giant letters has become a favorite spot for residents to lounge or pose for pictures.
Lamenting about "civilian deaths" is an oversimplified argument for a Pakistani, just as "hunting down terrorists" is for an American. This oversimplified narrative is a gift of politicians from both countries, who seem to have taken an oath to tell the half-truth.
As the 16 jump rope athletes headed into their 12th lap around the quarter-mile track at Howard High School — their ropes twirling, whirring and slapping in rhythm — the head coach of the Kangaroo Kids was ecstatic
The members of the Havre de Grace High School marching band have performed at high-profile events in prior years, but they performed on what their director called "the biggest stage we've ever been on" Monday when they took part in the Veterans Day parade in New York City.
Amy Schumer can tell a story. Knowing how to craft a short narrative and make it pay off with a laugh has, after all, helped make her one of the hottest comedians on TV and the concert circuit these days.
The pinwheel garden was part of the first annual candlelight vigil organized by CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Harford County in an effort to raise awareness of children's need for healthy environments, in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month.
Ed Hale, the Baltimore developer and former CEO of First Mariner Bancorp, on Monday filed a $5 million lawsuit against the operators of 1st Mariner Arena, alleging the company is illegally using billboards that belong to him.
Thousands of people packed into Baltimore's Inner Harbor on New Year's Eve night to welcome 2013 with a bang of fireworks expected at midnight — a tradition for some and a new experience for others — as police scanned the crowds for threats.
By By Kevin Rector and Scott Dance and The Baltimore Sun
Caroline Shea studied for months before performing in local productions of shows such as "Oliver," "Phantom of the Opera" and "Babes in Toyland," but her performance before her largest audience yet — more than 50 million — came with just three days of prep time.
When CNN and NBC News called the election for Barack Obama Tuesday, viewers were offered as clear a snapshot as I have seen of the difference between a news gathering operation like CNN and an propaganda machine like MSNBC.
Towson University formally unveiled its Institute of Well Being, which comprises four schools within the College of Health Professions and gives a dedicated, modern space within Towson City Center to some of the academic disciplines which needed it most.
Police, city officials and business leaders react to the violence on St. Patrick's Day, which they call an isolated incident that gives people the wrong perception that crime is out of control. Meanwhile, some residents feel city tried to cover up how bad it really was.
A hundred days from Wednesday, the Summer Games will open, but the event is also the beginning of the end of one of the greatest Olympic careers ever. The demands both in and out of the pool are greater than ever for 26-year-old Michael Phelps, but he says he is both excited and at ease heading into his fourth and final Olympics.