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A hearing is scheduled for Monday as the General Assembly begins a special session to approve new boundaries for the state's congressional districts. Lawmakers are expected to approve a final map within the week.
Mervo (11-1) used a stifling defense to shut out Dundalk (12-1) for the final three quarters and win the Class 4A/3A state championship, 22-13, at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis on Thursday night, honoring late wide receiver Elijah Gorham.
Maryland's seat of government is in Annapolis. But if elected governor, Rushern L. Baker III said he'd move his office to Baltimore for most of the year.
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This weekend, the 75-year-old performer is back in his hometown, bringing to life a concert that revisits his youth in Baltimore and the obstacles he overcame on his path to stardom.
In the biggest legal fight of his life, attorney Kenneth W. Ravenell will likely be silent — sitting beside his defense team in Baltimore’s U.S. District Court. Federal prosecutors have charged him with racketeering and money laundering for allegedly assisting a longtime client.
Baltimore police say that a suspect is in custody in relation to the killing of 69-year-old Evelyn Player last month.
It was the specific details of his story that would trip up Keith Smith, exposing his hoax and revealing him to be his wife's killer, prosecutors told a Baltimore jury Thursday.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh doesn't spend a lot of time worrying about Calais Campbell. Why would he? But he did stop recently to thank the towering defensive end for all he gives on a weekly basis.
Track officials at Laurel Park suspended thoroughbred workouts and called off three planned racing cards for this weekend after eight horses suffered fatal fractures in October and November while racing or training over a recently installed dirt surface.
Crowds of people came out to see the 50th anniversary of the Monument Lighting on Thursday, December 2.
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Nationwide, 35.2% of adults report not getting enough sleep. In some parts of the country, however, adults are far more likely than average to get the recommended minimum of seven hours of sleep per night. Using data from County Health Rankings & Roadmaps, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute joint program, 24/7 Tempo identified America’s 50 least sleep deprived metropolitan areas. For similar lists visit 24/7 Wall St. .
Valentina Yorro, 64, loved caring for her grandchildren, volunteering at a local school to help students with special needs, and working at her church, her children said.
Meredith Smith, who taught physical education for 40 years and coached at Southern High School for 21 of them, died of cardiac arrest Friday at University of Maryland Medical Center. The Baltimore City resident was 79.
Two decades ago — after four years of correspondence — I won the privilege of interviewing Stephen Sondheim, who died last month at the age of 91. No interview could have made me more “excited and scared” — a phrase Sondheim coined in his grown-up fairy tale musical, “Into the Woods.”
I would like to tell you about Ernie Imhoff and the lessons he offered with the life he lived. I’ll start with this one: You can be the boss and still be a friend.
Plans are moving ahead to transform what had been Maryland’s last active grain mill into apartments, a $55 million project on the banks of the Patapsco River in Oella that was awarded $3 million in historic revitalization tax credits.
Mentally ill inmates at Maryland’s prisons are being unconstitutionally held in solitary confinement, exacerbating their illnesses and violating their rights against being submitted to cruel and unusual punishment, according to a federal lawsuit.
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