Catholic priest investigated for alleged abuse of student at Baltimore school in 1970s
Prosecutors in Baltimore say a grand jury has indicted 48 alleged members and associates of the Black Guerilla Family and charged them in connection with violence and drug trafficking.
Webb and her family raise heritage turkeys on the farm her father purchased in 1999 in Sparks, Md., just north of Baltimore.
Md. inmates preparing 300 turkeys for annual Thanksgiving charity dinner in Baltimore
Navy blimp to resume tests over Baltimore, be temporarily based in Frederick
Baltimore police officer pleads guilty to extortion, had protected supposed heroin dealer
Md. trooper moonlighting probe includes commander who wrote Md. AG driving memo
Special Olympics, Catholic Relief Services team up to serve people with disabilities globally
Vagrancy issues prompt Veterans Affairs to put up fence at Baltimore's War Memorial Building
There will be a faster way to get through airport security at Baltimore Washington International Airport for those travelers determined to be a low security risk by the Transportation Security Administration.
Bengies Drive-In Theatre is a sentimental time capsule for movie patrons - it's the last surviving drive-in theater in Maryland, and one of only about 360 remaining nationwide.
A pie-in-the-sky plan to build a train that could zip from D.C. to Baltimore in just 15 minutes, and to New York in just an hour, is getting some new life.
Baltimore firefighter laid to rest after murder-suicide in Glen Burnie
Baltimore programs offer help to grocery shoppers facing cuts in US food stamps
Police: 3 hurt, hospitalized Saturday in Baltimore shootings
Pumpkin Smash event at Md. Science Center in Baltimore ends Halloween with orange splatter
A Cambridge man has been sentenced to 28 years in prison for the attempted murder of a federal officer during a shootout.
2 die in Baltimore house fire; cause of blaze under investigation
Jos A Bank says will consider raising Men's Wearhouse bid; wants talks or may pull offer
A corrections officer at the Baltimore City Detention Center has pleaded guilty to a racketeering conspiracy for smuggling drugs into the facility.
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