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Maryland added nearly as many coronavirus cases in July as it did in April, when the pandemic began to ramp up in the United States, a data analysis by The Baltimore Sun shows.

“I’m not giving out all my secrets,” manager Don Mattingly quipped after the Marlins returned to baseball with a 4-0 win over the Orioles. “I’m going to have to write a book after this one.”

Ahead of Thursday’s deadline for NFL players to opt out, the Ravens have had only two players decide to sit out in return specialist De’Anthony Thomas and backup offensive tackle Andre Smith. Other pro teams haven’t been as fortunate.

A driver was killed in St. Mary’s County on Tuesday morning as Tropical Storm Isaias swept swiftly through Maryland, spawning tornadoes, causing more than 60,000 power outages and dumping more than 7 inches of rain in some parts of the state.

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan ends his year-long tenure as head of the National Governors Association on Wednesday.

As government responses to the coronavirus leave schools in limbo, millions of parents are grappling with the idea of homeschooling their children. Take a look at some items that will ease the transition from traditional schooling. [Available here][Available here][Available here][Available here][Available here][Available here][Available here][Available here]

A citywide ad blitz from the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals takes aim at Johns Hopkins University for running brain tests on owls.

Baltimore City State’s Attorney, Marilyn Mosby, announced Tuesday that her office is dismissing charges against a man shot by Baltimore Police officers last month.

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said he's working with other states to buy coronavirus antigen tests that return quick results.

The closure marks the first time the city has shuttered a restaurant over COVID-19 related violations, said Adam Abadir, spokesman for the city’s health department.

An appreciation of Leon Fleisher: Those who once saw him as a tragic figure, who tended to define the pianist by his misfortune, ultimately came to see a hero. But others closer to him, those who had followed his journey, knew all along that Leon Fleisher was blessed with immense talent and resilience, a virtuoso at the piano and at life.

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Monday stripped local governments' authority to issue blanket closures of schools, following his disagreement with a Montgomery County decision to shutter private as well as public schools.

Head strength and conditioning coach Steve Saunders sees a group that is on schedule, despite the league’s extended ramp-up period before padded practices begin in mid-August.

When you think of someone behind bars, Darren Smith is probably not the first person to come to mind. He’s traveled the world, has a government job and a master’s degree and generally stays out of trouble. But after his second DUI offense, he learned everyone is a simple mistake away from landing in jail.

Jemmah has been accused of murders, rapes, tortures and the theft of more than $300 million in public funds

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