• By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    BALTIMORE CITY COUNCIL PASSES BILL OPENING THE DOOR FOR DIGITAL SIGNS DOWNTOWN

    Baltimore City Council passed a bill Monday that would create a special sign district in downtown Baltimore - the first step in a process...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    COMMISSION APPOINTED BY MARYLAND GOV. HOGAN PROPOSES NEW POLITICAL DISTRICT MAPS

    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's redistricting commission has proposed a new set of maps for electing state and federal lawmakers going...

    Congress, Election, Republicans
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    HIT-AND-RUN CAR CRASH MONDAY AFTERNOON IN EDGEWOOD INJURES ONE, MARYLAND STATE POLICE SAY

    An unidentified male was injured in a hit-and-run car crash Monday afternoon in Edgewood in Harford County, according to the Maryland...

    Running
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    WASHINGTON SUSPENDS MOST OF ITS METRO TRAINS OVER SAFETY PROBLEM; RULING TO COMPLICATE DAILY COMMUTES

    Washington's regional Metro system abruptly pulled more than half its fleet of trains from service early Monday morning over a lingering...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    SYKESVILLE ARMORY PROPOSED TO BE NAMED AFTER FIRST BLACK WOMAN TO LEAD THE STATE'S NATIONAL GUARD

    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is proposing that the Sykesville National Guard armory be named after the first Black person and first woman...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    PART OF ELLICOTT CITY'S MAIN STREET TO BE CLOSED OVERNIGHT THIS WEEK

    Ellicott City's Main Street will be closed from Oella Avenue in Baltimore County to Old Columbia Pike from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Tuesday,...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    MARYLAND STATE TREASURER KOPP TO RETIRE BY END OF THE YEAR

    Nancy K. Kopp, Maryland's longtime state treasurer, announced Monday that she plans to retire from politics by the end of the year...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    BALTIMORE REOPENS RECREATION CENTER IN PARK HEIGHTS

    Baltimore officials reopened the city's renovated Towanda Recreation Center Monday nearly four years after the community hub closed...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    COACH JOHN HARBAUGH CALLS MERVO FOOTBALL PLAYER ELIJAH GORHAM'S DEATH A ‘TRAGIC ACCIDENT'; NO UPDATE ON RAVENS LT RONNIE STANLEY | NOTES

    After the game on Sunday, defensive back Anthony Levine, who'd gotten to know Mervo's coaching staff through his work with the Anthony...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    BIDEN THWARTED | EDITORIAL CARTOON

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  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    MARYLAND MEN'S BASKETBALL CHECKS IN AT NO. 21 IN AP PRESEASON POLL

    The Terps are ranked behind fellow Big Ten teams No. 6 Michigan, No. 7 Purdue, No. 11 Illinois and No. 17 Ohio State.

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    OLD MILL HIGH SCHOOL COMPLEX IS ON LOCKDOWN AS PRECAUTIONARY MEASURE, ANNE ARUNDEL SCHOOL SYSTEM SAYS

    The Old Mill High complex is on lockdown as officials investigate what they described as a “situation related to the high school,”...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    TEEN CHARGED WITH MURDER IN AUGUST SHOOTING DEATH OF 15-YEAR-OLD GIRL IN SOUTHWEST BALTIMORE, POLICE SAY

    A 16-year-old male has been arrested and charged with the shooting death of 15-year-old Ja'Nyi Weeden in Southwest Baltimore, police...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    MS-13 GANG LEADER, WHO DIRECTED MURDERS, SENTENCED TO 45 YEARS IN FEDERAL PRISON

    An MS-13 gang leader who pleaded guilty earlier this year to directing two murders in Maryland was sentenced to 45 years in federal...

    U.S.
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    BULLET ENTERS WINDOW, DAMAGES COUCH AND STRIKES WALL OF NEWTOWNE DRIVE APARTMENT, ANNAPOLIS POLICE SAY

    Residents of an apartment on the 700 block of Newtowne Drive told Annapolis police that a bullet entered through a rear window of their...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    COVID VACCINE MANDATES TEST THE LIMITS OF RELIGIOUS EXEMPTIONS | GUEST COMMENTARY

    As the courts splinter over various vaccine mandate issues, religious exemptions may be more than a legal development. Their dynamics...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    DESIST, DELETE AND DEFUND THE MISLEADING RHETORIC ABOUT COPS AND CRIME, GOV. HOGAN | COMMENTARY

    Larry Hogan shoots for a national Republican audience with his latest attack on a city that needs his help, not a Fox News audition...

    Republicans
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY POLICE: MAN ARRESTED FOR STABBING, SERIOUSLY INJURING MAN AT GLEN BURNIE HOTEL

    Anne Arundel County police arrested a 25-year-old man for stabbing and seriously injuring a man who tried to break up a fight at an...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    DIGITAL BILLBOARDS DOWNTOWN: A BAD IDEA FOR BALTIMORE | GUEST COMMENTARY

    The Downtown Partnership of Baltimore and members of the Baltimore City Council have had a “bright” idea that is arguably quite dim,...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Oct 18, 2021

    ILLINOIS WING EMILY FISHER COMMITS TO MARYLAND WOMEN'S BASKETBALL, FIRST IN CLASS OF 2023

    Emily Fisher is rated the No. 48 junior prospect by Prep Girls Hoops and a three-star recruit by ESPN.