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Steven Kelly, the attorney for Young Lee, filed notice of his intent to appeal the decision to the Maryland Court of Special Appeals.
September 28, 2022
Minor’s second half goal gives No. 6 Magic road victory
National Weather Service forecasts between half an inch and an inch of rainfall in the Baltimore region through Saturday evening.
The organization, which has filed for a temporary restraining order against Jeremy LaMaster, categorically denies the allegations, which it says were made only after LaMaster was terminated.
Judge schedules the Angelos case for a monthlong trial in July 2023.
Baltimore City desperately needs teachers, but the hiring process is frustrating to prospective educators, some of whom say they are leaving the city for the county.
Sgt. Mike Mancuso, president of the Baltimore City Lodge No. 3 Fraternal Order of Police, filed a complaint with the court on July 15, asserting that the Baltimore Police Department’s Public Integrity Bureau was on a “fishing expedition.”
September 27, 2022
Baltimore brothers follow their out-of-this-world dreams from a cardboard spaceship to the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory.
Jonathan Toebbe and his wife, Diana, had plotted to sell secrets about American nuclear-powered warships to a foreign government.
Our weekly look at the rankings of the top teams in football, boys and girls soccer, field hockey and volleyball
As the Baltimore Museum of Art’s Eddie C. and C. Sylvia Brown Chief Curator, Asma Naeem knows the pivotal role that museums play in fostering important conversations surrounding hot-button issues like cultural competency and the racial reckoning.
Recent report shows the city’s Juvenile Justice Center has had more fighting among the youths who are housed there, and continuing problems with contraband.
Marcus Hatten was legendary in the Baltimore basketball scene in the 1990s when he played in the city’s neighborhood basketball league.
Provided under the Biden administration’s infrastructure bill, the EPA grants require the state to ensure that at least 40% of the benefits go to disadvantaged communities disproportionately impacted by aging water systems.
September 26, 2022
We should be horrified not simply by where children are being housed, but also because they are being unnecessarily removed from their families in the first place.