Ivan Bates promised on Monday to reduce the violent crime plaguing Baltimore neighborhoods, but said he will need help from law enforcement and City Hall.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will play at the new Baltimore Arena in April. Finding an affordable ticket might be tougher than the rest.
Buying at the Aug. 2 MLB trade deadline would be a shift for Orioles executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias, requiring for the first time that he forfeit pieces from the stockpile of prospects he’s built to add to the major league team.
Baltimore voters get a say in November in determining who oversees the city's inspector general, a watchdog against waste, fraud and abuse.
Amid another summer of groundbreaking news in the Big Ten Conference — in this case, the addition of Southern California and UCLA — there will be plenty to discuss in Indianapolis.
After Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s choice to succeed him flopped in last week’s Republican primary, his political allies insisted Hogan’s calm brand of moderation will ultimately prevail over the Donald Trump-led right wing of the GOP.
A group of public health academics is urging Baltimore leaders to speak up and act quickly to curb the rise of monkeypox, warning that the virus already is disproportionately harming the city’s LGBTQ community.
Towson-based chiropractor Blake Edward Kalkstein was arrested in Texas earlier this month on charges of sexually assaulting a child.
- It costs $2 to buy a Mega Millions lottery ticket that could pay off with an estimated $810 million prize — the nation’s fourth-largest jackpot — after the game’s next drawing Tuesday night.
Howard County Police believe 12-year-old Josseline Molina-Rivas was driving when the car left the road and struck a tree. The passenger, 36-year-old Mario Arturo-Artiga, remains in serious condition Monday at Shock Trauma. The two share an apartment address but are not related.
Hall of Fame defensive back and former Raven Rod Woodson will be in the booth as the color commentator for Ravens radio broadcasts in 2022, the team announced Monday.
Edgewater resident Peter Turcik’s photograph of Mallows Bay on the Potomac River will star on a U.S. postage stamp, as part of a series on National Marine Sanctuaries.
Police questioned then released with no charges a man accused of attempting to kidnap a 2-year-old boy at the annual carnival Friday night at Reese & Community Volunteer Fire Department.
A woman told D.C. police that she shot her husband because he had allegedly molested children at the day care business she runs in Owings Mills, according to charging documents.
With the launch of The Stand, Carleen Goodridge will join a surge of Black entrepreneurs helping revitalize Baltimore at a time when other companies are leaving and many restaurants have closed.
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- A group of public health academics is urging Baltimore leaders to speak up and act quickly to curb the rise of monkeypox, warning that the virus already is disproportionately harming the city’s LGBTQ community.