After watching “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” one Maryland woman decided she was going to put up three billboards in Baltimore to raise awareness about her sister’s unsolved murder.
New annual estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau show that Baltimore is continuing to shed inhabitants.
A new Maryland law allows Johns Hopkins University to set up its own armed police force at its Baltimore campuses.
Baltimore’s embattled mayor and five of her staffers are now on paid leave amid a scandal over book sales.
A third case of measles has been confirmed in a Maryland resident. People in three public places in Baltimore County may have been exposed, the Maryland Department of Health said Wednesday.
The Maryland Department of Health said both cases involve people who reside in the same household, and that there’s no evidence that the virus is spreading in Maryland.
The Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office tells news outlets that 41-year-old Adrian McClintock was booked into jail Sunday on charges of murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime after he was arrested earlier this month outside a convenience store in the Baltimore area.
The northern grandstand at Pimlico Race Course has significantly deteriorated and will be closed for the Preakness in May.
Johns Hopkins University students are continuing their protests over the possibility of a private police force and the school’s contracts with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Baltimore’s newest police officers are taking to the streets with the words of their top cop ringing in their ears: the country is watching this department.
Baltimore’s acting leader has ordered an audit of a nonprofit’s management of a city youth fund with $12 million set aside from property tax revenue after the organization was tied to embattled Mayor Catherine Pugh’s hard-to-find illustrated books for children.
McDonogh School in Baltimore County, Maryland, says it has found evidence that five former faculty members sexually assaulted more than 20 students over several decades.
An ex-Maryland deputy attorney general says he’s running for Baltimore’s highest office as first-term Mayor Catherine Pugh is embroiled in a political scandal.
In the wake of a scandal engulfing Baltimore’s mayor, U.S. District Judge James Bredar said the consent decree agreement to reform Baltimore’s beleaguered force will withstand any “drama and trauma” in city leadership.
Catherine Pugh continues to convalesce at home and is under doctors’ supervision. She abruptly took leave April 1.
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