A triple shooting and a double shooting injured five, including a teen, in Baltimore over the weekend.
An ordinance to rehabilitate and preserve the historic Flat Iron Building will be introduced at the Mount Airy Town Council’s regular meeting Monday.
Aware Baltimore is looking for a left-handed-hitting complement to Ryan Mountcastle at first base, Terrin Vavra’s focus this offseason has been “being able to play everywhere,” he said.
From a strong first half to the Terps taking advantage of turnovers, here are three takeaways from Maryland men's basketball's fourth straight victory.
Henry R. “Harry” Lord, a retired lawyer with wide-ranging interests, died Monday of cardiac arrest at his Reisterstown home. The former Bolton Hill resident was 84.
Long viewed as the player who would turn the Orioles’ rising tide, Adley Rutschman delivered in 2022. Now, like his team, even more is expected of him. He’s ready to take it on.
Julian Reese finished with 16 points, Jahmir Young added 14 and Maryland men’s basketball beat Minnesota, 81-46, on Saturday night for their fourth straight win.
Two people died after a fiery car crash early Saturday morning on Interstate 83 in Timonium, Maryland State Police said.
Wakefield Valley Park in Westminster will feature a new 22-foot sculpture, Raventree, this July, thanks to a Maryland State Art Council grant of just over $43 thousand. The piece of public art depicts a tree, which is made from light-catching stainless steel, and numerous life-sized ravens perching in some of its 64 branches.
Gov. Wes Moore will accompany U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin on Tuesday to President Joe Biden’s State of the Union Address.
The head of the Memphis police has disbanded a specialized unit whose members are charged with killing Tyre Nichols. Now, there's increased scrutiny of other "flex" units across the country, including those in Baltimore.
A Baltimore rail tunnel turns 150 years old this year, making it older than City Hall and most buildings in downtown.