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Sophomore quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa looked confident and decisive, fifth-year senior running back Jake Funk finally showed what he is capable of, the defense picked the right time to get defensive, and coach Mike Locksley is irked by the team’s spate of penalties.
At least 4,000 people have died from the coronavirus in Maryland since officials began tracking the COVID-19 pandemic in March, according to the latest figure released by the state.
Whether due to the pandemic, a sense of political urgency or a perceived threat to voting itself, a record number of Americans will have cast their ballots before Election Day arrives Tuesday. But if the voting process was front-loaded this year, the results could well be back-loaded.
A package exploded at a Carroll County home, injuring a 28-year-old man in what authorities called a targeted incident.
Potential bidders are lining up in the belief that the Baltimore Orioles could be placed on the market for the first time in a generation, according to multiple sources.
Looking to join a gym? Need a salon to try out a new hairstyle? What about a place to upgrade your home furniture? The Best of Howard County can help.
Stacker presents the best horror movies of all time. Rankings are based on data from Metacritic in order of Metascore.
When boxer Gervonta Davis headlines a Showtime pay-per-view card against Leo Santa Cruz on Saturday night in San Antonio, he'll reach a goal he set as an anonymous teenager trying to fight his way out of West Baltimore.
Daylight saving time ends at 2 a.m. Sunday, meaning that you’ll need to adjust the clock on your coffee maker, stove, microwave, and anything that isn’t your smartphone, which should just update automatically. You know: Fall back, spring forward.
The appetite for filling treatment centers by arresting people with addiction problems is waning, leaving some providers scrambling for relief.
Community members in Remington have rushed to show their support to Sweet 27, after the cafe’s owners shared on social media that the business has been the target of racist insults and vandalism in recent weeks.
Circuit Judge Angela M. Evans ruled that more harm would be done to the public at large than to the two men who sued if they were allowed to vote without covering their faces during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Baltimore is closing several streets to vehicle traffic, in particular in Fells Point and Federal Hill, the police department has hundreds of extra officers at the ready and some establishments plan to close early.
New York is now requiring travelers from non-neighboring states to get a coronavirus test before, and potentially after, they arrive in the state.
The Ravens on Friday released a list of gameday protocols for the approximately 4,000 fans attending Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at M&T Bank Stadium.
Sean Connery, the proud Scotsman who played James Bond and any number of swashbuckling roles, has died at 90.
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