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More people in Maryland died of opioid overdoses in 2020 than in previous years and a record number took prescription opioids, the painkillers state officials have long blamed as the source of the addiction crisis.
Lamar Jackson and the Ravens gave themselves a signature win to build on with their 36-35 triumph over the Kansas City Chiefs. They did it by sticking to their identity as a bruising, resilient team.
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Before the kickoff of the highly anticipated home opener, the Ravens played a song that Omar Little from “The Wire” used to whistle, paying tribute to the late Michael K. Williams.
It took daring, heart and talent for the Ravens to claim a come-from-behind victory in a memorable Sunday night matchup -- characteristics they share with their host city. Might Baltimore be poised for a similar comeback?
Nationwide fears about public safety are driving gun and ammunition sales, creating longer waits for Baltimore County Police and other Baltimore-area law enforcement agencies trying to stock up on bullets and cartridges.
Orioles players who spent time with catcher Adley Rutschman at Triple-A bring a similar impression of the star prospect to the major league roster: the hype is real.
The Ravens' improvement has been gradual and steady. And now with a win against Kansas City, there’s hope, columnist Mike Preston writes.
  • The U.S. is flying Haitians camped in a Texas border town back to their homeland and blocking others from crossing the border from Mexico in a massive show of force.
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Sundae analyzed data from the U.S. Census Household Pulse Survey that tracked respondents' mortgage payments. To understand how the economic impacts of COVID-19 affected homeowners’ mortgage payments, Sundae compared the most recently available data collected during May 12–24, 2021, and data collected during April 23–May 5, 2020.
After Trey Mancini cleared the bases with a double to give the Orioles the lead, the Red Sox scored three times in the seventh to win, 8-6, for a three-game sweep in Boston.
After being told to stay home and watch football games from the couch last season, fans clad in Ravens jerseys said Sunday they mostly missed the camaraderie as Baltimore hosted its first full-capacity football game in nearly two years.
Developed in 1971 by James Rouse, a pioneer in urban planning who planned Columbia and built some of the nation’s first enclosed shopping malls, the mall has served as the focal point of the community for generations.
Maryland transitioned to cashless tolling in 2020. The rollout has been fraught with glitches, including overbilling customers, according to a state audit.
FIFA representatives visited Baltimore over the weekend and attended the Ravens’ game Sunday night against the Kansas City Chiefs to evaluate the city as a finalist to host the 2026 World Cup.
Papi’s Tacos in Fells Point will likely be closed for “weeks, if not months,” after part of its building collapsed into the neighboring alley Sunday morning, owner Charlie Gjerde said.
Hoehn’s Bakery, a beloved Baltimore mainstay of nearly 95 years, announced it is shuttering its doors Friday.
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