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The timeline for resuming classes remains uncertain
The NFL should conduct a thorough investigation of the Ravens and the recent COVID-19 outbreak involving players and staff members and terminate any employees who were negligent in violating the league’s protocols.
Package delivery at home has become an everyday occurrence but when boxes containing carefully sealed bundles of marijuana started showing up at a house in Glen Burnie, the recipient called police.
Two people were killed and a firefighter was injured in a Friday morning house fire in Catonsville, Baltimore County fire officials said.

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Father Lawrence was well known in social justice circles and was often called the caretaker of a homeless encampment around his Front Street church. He was also recalled as a gifted and learned preacher.
Baltimore-area shoppers headed out early for Black Friday deals on the day after Thanksgiving. But long lines and jammed stores appeared to be a thing of the past as retailers sought to minimize crowds amid the coronavirus pandemic, spreading sales over the month and heavily promoting online shopping.
Keeping with its roots in ancient and ongoing African first-fruits celebrations, Kwanzaa is all about community, unity and culture. “Some years it’s a good harvest, some years it’s a bad harvest,” said Malaika Tawasufi, a member executive circle of Kwanzaa’s founding organization, The Organization Us. “Whatever the harvest, you are very thankful.” If you plan to host a Karamu feast this December to celebrate the year’s harvest, here are 15 dishes from across the African diaspora you can make at home.
BWI Airport retailers and restaurants, struggling amid declining passenger traffic, hope for relief from the state to pull through the pandemic.
Nance Reed, who served as Towson University’s senior associate athletic director and was instrumental in the development of Johnny Unitas Stadium and SECU Arena, has died. She was 63.
In the aftermath of last week’s moves to protect six prospects from potential selection in the Rule 5 draft, the Orioles possess something they haven’t often during this time of year: a full 40-man roster.
While you’re waiting out the pandemic at home, here are 15 more questions to test your knowledge of Baltimore and Maryland — a little history, a little trivia, some sports, a dash of politics — and, as in earlier editions, we made all the questions multiple choice.
Maryland men’s basketball 2021 commit James Graham III will join the Terps for the 2020 season after graduating early from high school, he announced Friday.
Freshman Angel Reese scored 20 points and grabs nine rebounds in her debut for the Maryland women's basketball team.
If someone buys a Christmas house, typically adorned with decorations and lights, are they obligated to keep the tradition going?
The Sun is asking for your nominations for the 2020 Marylander of the Year.
City officials hope to disrupt a culture of violence that existed long before the pandemic, with a promising collaboration between several city agencies, including the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice, Baltimore Police Department, and the Office of the State’s Attorney.
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