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Savannah Elligson, mother of a squeegee kid who was struck by a car is speaking out, telling her son's story of survival. [Read More]
Even as members of the Baltimore city council complained about a lack of transparency as the mayor searched for a police commissioner, the body's president... [Read More]
Amy Hayes had just celebrated her fifth birthday Thursday at her great-grandmother's West Baltimore house with five candle-lit cupcakes and a new baby doll and... [Read More]
Baltimore police addressed the surge in violence in the city Tuesday after a 5-year-old was shot Monday. [Read More]
Nearly 5,000 professional employees working across state government agencies will be getting a 3 percent pay raise next year under a new contract announced Tuesday... [Read More]
Radee Prince, the man accused of fatally shooting three people and injuring two others at Advanced Granite Solutions in Edgewood 13 months ago has been... [Read More]
Instead of grumbling about problems over you Thanksgiving meal, here are some tips for navigating the rights of travelers to lodge formal complaints. [Read More]
Sarah Jane Ramsey Crosby, a homemaker and former Peabody Conservatory of Music alumni association worker, died of heart failure Oct. 30 at the Broadmead Retirement... [Read More]
As part of a proactive effort to relieve students of hunger and food insecurity through food collection and distribution, Morgan State University announced Tuesday the... [Read More]
Temescal Wellness of Maryland LLC has been renamed Evermore Cannabis Company LLC, company officials announced Tuesday. This current rebrand is the first step in the complete... [Read More]
The Greater Baltimore Committee's #bWoman initiative, launched in 2018 to support, advance and retain women in the workplace in the Baltimore region, will host a panel discussion on... [Read More]
UNTUCKit, a New York-based men's apparel company which focuses on selling casual shirts that are designed not to be tucked into pants, opened its first... [Read More]
Varela admitted to a friend that he wasn't sure whether Noceda was alive or dead while he was having sex with her, court records say. [Read More]
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is urging Americans "not to eat" romaine lettuce amid links to an E Coli outbreak. [Read More]
There are 2,700 pieces of equipment to keep Maryland roads clear, and for the first time, you'll be able to track them from home. [Read More]
A federal judge in Detroit has declared the nation's female genital mutilation law unconstitutional. [Read More]
A 5-year-old girl who was shot in Baltimore, Maryland, on Nov. 19 is the younger sister of Taylor Hayes, a 7-year-old who was shot dead... [Read More]
Amy Hayes, a 5-year-old shot in Baltimore — and who by a stunning and tragic coincidence is the younger sister of Taylor Hayes, a 7-year-old who... [Read More]
A Glen Burnie elementary school principal stole about $13,000 in campaign funds from a dead Baltimore County delegate, according to state prosecutors. In a... [Read More]
Cross Street Market vendor Nick's Inner Harbor Seafood has announced it will close in January amid a lease dispute with the market's operator. [Read More]