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Former Mayor Sheila Dixon tells The Baltimore Sun she is again running for mayor, arguing her reputation as a competent manager and success at decreasing the city's murder rate should outweigh a scandal that forced her from office.

Patterson Park’s historic superintendent’s house needs renovation after about 45 years of hard use as a workhorse neighborhood center.

An audit commissioned by new members of the University of Maryland Medical System’s board of directors has determined top system officials never read former Mayor Catherine Pugh’s “Healthy Holly” books for children nor checked to see if they were printed before paying her $500,000 in five installments.

Baltimore firefighters responded Saturday morning to a rowhouse at the intersection of Fort Avenue and Patapsco Street that was at risk of collapsing.

You don't need us to tell you that the year is winding down. Every day, there are fewer and fewer shopping opportunities left before Christmas. But there's still time to grab a terrific deal on coveted items big and small and make sure everything arrives in time for wrapping.

Baltimore Police Sgt. Ethan Newberg was released on $200,000 unsecured bail on Friday.

Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby says an idea from Gov. Larry Hogan to increase funding for more city-focused prosecutors in the office of the Maryland attorney general is “problematic” and should be removed from the governor’s proposed budget.

In a small Hawaiian village, a theater owned by a subsidiary of the Baltimore-based Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation has become an "endangered" historical site, according to officials.

Baltimore Police must hire nearly 300 additional sworn officers, decentralize some investigative work to district-level detectives, reduce the workload for homicide investigators and add substantially more officers to internal affairs and training.

Members of the late Cab Calloway’s family and their allies spent half of 2019 fighting to prove that the jazz pioneer’s former home at 2216 Druid Hill Ave, was worth historic preservation. Now, evidence that connects the Calloways and the house to trailblazing black civil rights advocacy might give them another card to play.

This weekend, C.K. performs at Magooby’s Joke House in Timonium. To some, the event speaks to larger issues about how to move forward culturally following the landmark changes — and career downfalls — of the #MeToo movement.

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced his plans for increased funding for public schools for the next two years, almost all of it money that state law requires him to spend on education.

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