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No. 5 Lakers honor last season’s championship team, dominate longtime rival
My students share stories of the dreams they set aside. I wasn’t expecting them to make me question my own life choices.
February 4, 2023
Baltimore and Maryland’s newest slate of top elected officials gathered Friday for the first time as a group to discuss their approach to fighting crime before an audience of students at Morgan State University.
February 3, 2023
Judge had found that a city ordinance “increased the risk that tenants would be erroneously deprived of their personal property.”
The Baltimore City delegation on Friday voted unanimously to support Walter Workers United’s collective bargaining bill, which followed legislation introduced in the House and Senate that would require the Walters to recognize the union.
Former Calvert Hall head returning to MIAA A
Temperatures will be lowest Friday night, approaching 10 degrees.
Chris Bendann, who taught at the private school for boys in North Baltimore, was charged with rape and sexual abuse of a minor.
Former Lake Clifton and Mervo coach was a quiet giant in Baltimore high school basketball
Leading community advocates are pushing the city to hire more bilingual employees rather than rely on an interpretation service or staff who don’t speak other languages.
In his first-ever varsity match, Brandon Beall starts the closing run with a second period fall; South Carroll suffers its first dual meet loss of the year
A playful TikTok video led to cyberbullying against Keylin Perez, the first Latina to be crowned Miss Coppin State University at the historically Black college.
Small businesses can find ways to attract and retain employees despite a tight labor market and economic uncertainties, an entrepreur and owner of a Maryland small businees says.
Michelle, known as Sunshine, has been cleaning up the Holocaust Memorial for 15 years.
City officials still don’t know the cause of the sinkhole.