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With summer in swing in Maryland, and cases surging in other states, officials are watching and hoping there is not another coronavirus wave.

A Baltimore County judge was wrong to overturn a jury verdict awarding $38 million to the family of Korryn Gaines, the 23-year-old Randallstown woman who was shot and killed by county police in 2016, a state appeals court has ruled.

The Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor hotel across West Camden Street from Oriole Park has windows and balconies facing south toward the ballpark, offering fans a distant but unobstructed view of games.

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Bill and Shanna Janu straddle the issues of the day to a degree few of their friends could imagine. He is a white sergeant in the Baltimore Police Department. She is a Black attorney at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. They’re raising two children — 4-year-old Wesley and 1-year-old Cordelia — in a city and country laced with dangers for young Black people. With shared curiosity and respect for one another’s open minds, they’ve built a loving relationship across divides that seem unbridgeable to many Americans.

The state Board of Public Works has approved $413 million in state budget cuts that Gov. Larry Hogan said were necessary because of the economic crisis — and the governor signaled more cuts may be needed.

Two Baltimore Police officers responding to a behavioral crisis shot a man after he reportedly pulled a gun on them, Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said.

While it might be true that summer’s main attraction is a perfectly grilled steak or an unbeatable burger, appetizers also deserve their time to shine. Say hello to some fun starters — these salsa and dip recipes are easy to make and are sure to wow the family.

Musicians have moved way beyond simply pressing the “go live” button on their social media platform of choice when it comes time to perform.

Paul Behler, a well-known homeless advocate, was stabbed to death in Baltimore.

Mark Zuckerberg’s history shows him to be someone only concerned about profits. So, go for it, #StopHateforProfit. Hit him and his social media monster where it hurts ― in his profit margin.

With origins dating back 35 years, the Black Student Union at Glenelg High School is finding the issues it has long addressed now central to the national dialogue amid the ongoing rallies and protests for equality and justice across the country.

Ocean City was long closed off to Black beachgoers. Here's how segregation and discrimination shaped Maryland's most popular beach town.

The Meyer family who owns Vince’s Crab House in Middle River say Baltimore County Police are failing to protect them from the social justice protesters outside, and they intend to sue the county executive alleging he ordered officers to “stand down.”

Darryll Pines has called for the naming of new residence halls for groundbreaking Black and Asian alumni, creating a new orientation program for students and staff, reconsidering police tactics and equipment, and improving diversity among students and faculty.

The Living Classrooms Foundation has removed the name of a former U.S. Supreme Court justice amid a national reckoning on racism.

Artists and volunteers will paint a 7,000-square-foot mural of Breonna Taylor in a historically Black neighborhood of Annapolis Saturday, the latest work by muralist Jeff Huntington.

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