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The “Equality Equation,” spearheaded by Pless and Elizabeth Jones, aims to redevelop a section of East Baltimore into a thriving community of homeowners.

Maryland reported 613 new coronavirus cases Saturday and eight new deaths attributed to COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus.

A Baltimore police officer has been charged in Harford County with multiple counts of assault after an investigation uncovered a year-long pattern of alleged abuse, including putting a gun to his wife’s head and threatening to kill her, according to court documents.

Jorge López ended his season and his first audition for a spot in the Orioles' 2021 rotation by allowing eight runs in two innings in Friday’s loss to the Toronto Blue Jays.

The city watches the stone walls come down of the historic Maryland Penitentiary with regret and satisfaction. Like reopening an old wound, the work stirs memories.

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to shift much restaurant dining from eat-in to takeout, Maryland next week becomes the first state in the nation to ban the familiar foam containers used to carry home everything from crab cakes to curries.

Hank Shofer reflects on closing the furniture business his grandfather founded in South Baltimore.

Which are the best movie and TV soundtracks of all time? Stacker went to Billboard for the answer, ranking the top 100 out of 1,675 soundtracks.

When Monarque finally greets its first guests this fall, it will face a fine dining landscape its architects could scarcely have imagined.

President Trump has selected Judge Amy Coney Barrett to succeed Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

The database contains information about more than 74,100 arrests and 853 use of force incidents involving the county’s 1,870 officers. It includes 2.6 million calls for service since 2017.

Bob Wallace is running for mayor in a deep blue city, without “Democratic” printed underneath his name on the ballot. He argues that he’s got a compelling pitch — and it helps that he has enough money in his campaign bank account to market it.

Nursing home inspectors in Maryland ensure staff and residents are testing for COVID-19, but aren't tested themselves.

Baltimore continues to reach settlements with victims related to the Gun Trace Task Force scandal, including two men who served years in federal prison after police planted drugs on them following a deadly crash.

Opponents to an affordable housing project proposed in East Towson, a historically Black neighborhood, say they intend to fight the project every step of the way after a failed attempt to block the development through a rezoning request during the county’s Comprehensive Zoning Map Process.

Baltimore's Orthodox rabbis must work around a ban on technology in planning their offerings for Yom Kippur, the holiest day on the Jewish calendar.

A representative for the adult entertainment company that owns Dick’s Last Resort said the recent closure of the brash restaurant and bar’s Baltimore location had less to do with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic than with the city itself.

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