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When a marble statue of Christopher Columbus was heaved into Baltimore’s Jones Falls Saturday night, consigned to a resting place amid polluted muck and trash, the reactions ranged from horror to glee.

Several former employees and Black would-be patrons at Atlas restaurants say the incident captured on viral video was not an isolated case at the restaurant group. They say it is part of a longstanding pattern of discrimination against African Americans.

Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said Sunday at summer camp at Camden Yards that he's already feeling the loss of star hitter Trey Mancini on and off the field.

Robert Wayne Posten, a co-founder of the Annapolis Brass Quintet, which performed all over the world, has died at 75.

Young Orioles Rio Ruiz and Paul Fry are forced to navigate the restarted baseball season with their family's health to worry about.

Maryland officials reported Sunday 291 new cases of the coronavirus and seven more deaths.

The NFL and COVID-19 are about to butt heads. Let's hope the NFL has a plan.

Some states in the union — whether due to significant tax deductions on retirement income, no state income tax or other policies — are undoubtedly friendlier to the senior demographic’s financial needs than others. As part of a recent study, SmartAsset analyzed the tax laws of all 50 states and classified them as either very tax-friendly to retirees, tax-friendly, moderately tax-friendly or not tax-friendly. Here are 25 tax-friendly or very tax-friendly states to retire in. (Bianca Sanchez, The Active Times)

A rope tied into a noose was found at a construction site in an off-campus building owned by Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore on Thursday, university officials announced late Friday night.

Several more restaurants in Baltimore’s Canton neighborhood have temporarily closed in recent days after employees tested positive for COVID-19.

Nine people have been shot, one of them fatally, in Baltimore during the holiday weekend, police said Sunday morning.

Attorneys for two men charged with assaulting a Baltimore police officer earlier this year say newly obtained video puts the case in a drastically different light.

As young cardiac transplant patients navigate the coronavirus pandemic, Johns Hopkins nurse Consuela Thompson is always there to help.

Here's everything we've learned about the reoccurring fireworks in Baltimore.

Netflix’s “Unsolved Mysteries” reboot dropped this week, and the first episode explores unanswered questions in the death of Rey Rivera, a 32-year-old Baltimore man found dead in 2006.

The NAACP’s Anne Arundel chapter has been developing the Arundel Green Book for the last three years to serve as a local resurrection of the annual guidebook published through 1966 for African-American road-trippers to find safe-havens during the era of Jim Crow laws.

Antoinette and Francine Childs joined dozens of volunteers on July 4th in Annapolis to create a 7,000-square-foot mural of Breonna Taylor, whose shooting death sparked protests and calls to end police violence against Black people. "If we, as Black women, don’t uplift her, nothing will change,” Antoinette said.

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