Governor Larry Hogan announced on Friday that Maryland’s stadiums can open up to fans – but with heavy restrictions in place.
The Maryland Zoo is welcoming its newest member – say hello to Kadett!
The ACLU is filing a complaint claiming the D.C. National Guard’s use of low-flying helicopters during the June Black Lives Matters protests constituted “an unprecedented attempt to interfere with fundamental constitutional rights.”
D.C. is holding onto its spot in the top five on one America’s most dubious lists.
Halloumi, Mozzarella and Stilton have returned to their home.
Authorities allowed anti-abortion students to paint the phrase "Black Preborn Lives Matter" outside of a Planned Parenthood facility in downtown Baltimore on Saturday, with coloring that is designed to wash off in the rain.
A groundbreaking figure in the fight for civil rights in Maryland has passed away.
It’s been 25 years since Cal Ripken broke Lou Gehrig’s major league record for consecutive games played, a feat the Baltimore Orioles star punctuated with an unforgettable lap around Camden Yards in the middle of his 2,131st successive start.
A national U.S. Postal Service audit found that 68,000 pieces of political mail were delayed for five days upon arriving at a Baltimore mail processing facility ahead of Maryland’s June primary.
More than 400 people showed up to the northwest Baltimore neighborhood on Sunday to help clear away debris from the scene where three row homes were leveled, news outlets reported.
The Morgan State community is mourning after a sophomore student was identified as one of the victims in a massive explosion in Baltimore that leveled three homes on Monday.
Two people are dead after a natural gas explosion leveled three homes in Baltimore on Monday.
Dr. Joseph J. Costa who served as the chief of critical care at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore passed away over the weekend from COVID-19.
The city of Baltimore has declined to pay an additional $637,000 to an ambulance company accused in a report of trying to raise its rates because of the coronavirus pandemic.
A Baltimore city police sergeant has been accused of kidnapping a man in order to get a refund on a home improvement project.
Atlas Restaurant Group said it was disturbed by the incident and placed the manager seen in the video on indefinite leave.
The National Aquarium has announced that it will reopen next week.
Baltimore’s disgraced former mayor pleaded guilty to a state perjury charge Friday for failing to disclose a business interest relating to her “Healthy Holly” children’s books on her financial disclosure forms when she was a state senator.
Marylanders participated in an emotional protest on Wednesday outside the Department of Labor in Baltimore.
Ravens linebacker Matthew Judon criticized the timing of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's assertion that the league believes “black lives matter," saying Monday that the message should have been delivered long ago.