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There’s a waterfront condo, a beautifully updated Cape Cod-style home and a modern smart home.
January 28, 2023
Yama, a tiny Japanese firetruck or kei truck, has found a new life in Baltimore.
Bruins in position for Anne Arundel County boys basketball final berth behind fourth quarter defensive effort
Led by Carroll, No. 6 Magic handles Maryvale in annual contest at Towson University
Five police officers were charged Thursday in the killing of Nichols, a motorist who died three days after a Jan. 7 confrontation with the officers during a traffic stop. Baltimore Police were planning for potential protests after the video’s release.
January 27, 2023
Gov. Wes Moore, Lt. Gov. Aruna Miller, and local health leaders gathered in Baltimore for a mental and behavioral health roundtable discussion. A big topic issue was teen violence, and tackling its root causes.
Baltimore’s salty side is capturing national attention.
Cole Irvin won’t hit triple-digit numbers on the radar gun, and his spin rates aren’t impressive. But he’s known for grinding through innings and finding a way — which is what the Orioles want from him.
Former Baltimore state’s attorney will now be represented by the federal public defender’s office
Poets in middle of Baltimore City boys basketball championship chase after 69-60 victory
Bruins win nine matches, take control of Anne Arundel County dual meet standings
An online petition asks Baltimore’s Department of Housing and Community Development to reject proposals and accept new ideas for the former school at 201 N. Bend Road.
Brittany Wolf, 32, died of smoke inhalation Jan. 17 after a fire broke out at a vacant home in the 400 block of N. East Ave.
The foundation is $1 million away from ownership.
“It is constitutional, it is available, and it is the right thing to do," Apple wrote in a letter of support.
January 26, 2023