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Neighbors of a Baltimore County industrial hemp farm want the county or the state to impose restrictions that would prohibit such farming within 2 miles of a residential area. Why? Because of the stench.

"I am still confident that it does not affect the quality and effort behind the scouting and player development work that was done over there and led to that success,” Elias said of his time in Houston.

Bar carts are a great way to add to the decor of your home. They can be used during a party or simply as an efficient way to store your cocktail ingredients. But where do you start? We got expert insight into everything from liquors to tools to keep on a well-curated cart. (Noah McGee, The Daily Meal)

Mushrooms have long been a popular pizza topping or salad bar option, but these days, people are adding them to their coffee or drinking them in tea. In fact, superfood mushroom powder is currently one of the more popular products on Amazon. Certain mushroom strains have been deemed a superfood, meaning mushrooms have taken their place alongside kale, spirulina,...

In cities and suburbs across the country, tenants have faced harsh consequences for smoking, becoming the latest subjects in a testy debate about policies to lower nicotine use and how they are enforced.

Investigators used DNA and genealogy tests to identify a suspect, Hans Huitz, in the death 28 years ago of James Essel in Montgomery County, Maryland.

Here's a look back at the Baltimore sports news that made headlines during the week of Feb. 16-22 over the years.

Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred continued to defend his handling of the Astros sign-stealing scandal Sunday, and also addressed the future of the Orioles and the on-going MASN dispute between the O's and Nationals.

The leaders behind the arts district on Pennsylvania Avenue in Baltimore, now known as the "Black Arts District," unveiled a new logo for the district and outlined their hopes for the historic section of West Baltimore.

Many people thought George Washington could have been a king, Johns Hopkins historian François Furstenberg said. Instead, on Dec. 23, 1783, he walked into what is now known as the Old Senate Chambers inside the Maryland State House and resigned his commission as commander-in-chief before the Continental Congress.

Mainland China on Monday reported a slight upturn in new virus cases and an increase by 105 in deaths caused by the illness for a total of 1,770 since the outbreak began.

Fashion at the Maryland Historical Society, Belgian and Sour beer festivals and more things to do in Baltimore this week.

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