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Older voters worried about safely getting to the polls next month while dodging the coronavirus will have a stylish, unconventional transportation option: A free limo ride, courtesy of funeral home owners in Baltimore and around the country.
In the final weeks of his short mayoral tenure, Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young is pushing forward on decisions with long-lasting implications without fully communicating with his expected successor or the public.
Maryland health officials envision a two-phase program that would first vaccinate health care workers and some of the most vulnerable state residents.
Baltimore City Council President Brandon Scott is announcing a transition team that he says will help him prepare to take on, and reshape, local government.
Baltimore city's Public Safety Committee did not refer a bill that looked to ban the use of facial recognition technology in the city to the full council amid fears of how it could affect the Baltimore Police Department.
There are many ways to ring in the fall season, from apple picking to watching the leaves change colors. However, it just isn’t fall until you curl up on the couch with a piping hot bowl of goodness and a crusty piece of bread. From butternut squash and apples to potato and leeks to a classic tomato basil, these soup recipes are delicious, cozy, filling and perfectly comforting in the way only a good bowl of soup can be.
Clayton Kershaw pitched six dominant innings, Cody Bellinger and Mookie Betts homered and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Tampa Bay Rays 8-3 to open a surreal World Series played amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The anonymous grand juror challenged statements by Kentucky’s AG, saying the panel “didn’t agree that certain actions were justified.”
A Maine man accused of firing a gun in a shopping plaza parking lot in New Hampshire over the weekend told a witness that he believed that “droids” and “drones” were trying to get him and that he was on his way to Maryland, amassing ammunition along the way, according to a police affidavit.
After calling numerous witnesses Tuesday, the second day of trial for Radee Prince, accused of killing three people during a 2017 workplace shooting in Edgewood, the prosecution said all its evidence should be presented after Wednesday’s proceedings.
Michael Cranston Warlow, a retired attorney who was active in The Young Victorian Theatre Company, died of complications of Lewy body dementia and Parkinsonism on Oct.1 at the Keswick Multi-Care Center. The Woodbrook resident was 76.
A Baltimore County parent has filed a complaint with the state’s Open Meetings Compliance Board after the county school board removed a video of its Oct. 13 meeting from the school's website because of “inappropriate audio” that played during the meeting last week.
Dont’e Thornton had a dream as a young football player from Cherry Hill to play for Oregon. Now, his dream is set to become a reality.
Homicide detectives were called after a woman was injured in a shooting in Sandtown-Winchester in West Baltimore, police said Tuesday.
“Irregularities” in the latest Baltimore Police promotional exam spurred a review that included the Office of the Inspector General.
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