As soon as Greg Roman’s successor is introduced, he will face big questions, starting with Lamar Jackson's blurry future as the team's franchise quarterback.
Amid the pandemic, local Italian restaurant Limoncello added pizza to its menu for easy takeout. When business started returning to normal, they took it off. But by then the pizza had lots of fans. What to do?
Baltimore attorney William J. Murphy will take over the records, bank accounts and client files of Peter Angelos' law firm and assess whether it should be sold or dissolved.
The Orioles’ decision to decline the option for a five-year extension of their lease was another example of the organization, in business and in baseball, determining what it believes is its best path forward regardless of public perception.
Magnet fishing, the use of powerful magnets to reel in metal objects from urban waters, has gained traction in Baltimore.
Richard K. “Dick” Dods, a retired Koppers Co. executive who was elected to the Maryland Senior Hall of Fame, has died. The Timonium resident was 88.
Earlier this week, Luminis closed the birthing center after 26 years of operation due to a low number of births there in the past several years.
Maryland women's basketball continuing the second-longest active streak in the nation in the Associated Press Top 25 poll is a testament to its staying power despite a tumultuous offseason and the rise of Big Ten competition.
The New York Court of Appeals has scheduled oral arguments for March 14 in the long-running dispute between the Orioles and Washington Nationals over television rights fees.
Unionized workers at Horseshoe Casino Baltimore are demanding raises in line with others in the gaming and hospitality industry in the city and elsewhere, saying casino revenues have rebounded since the pandemic while compensation has stalled.