Ravens defensive back Anthony Levine Sr., who earned the nickname “Co-Cap” with his unfailing devotion to special teams play and his mentoring of younger teammates, has announced his retirement from the NFL after 12 seasons. He will remain with the organization as a scout and coaching assistant.
Will it or won’t it? Forecasters watching chances that strong storm will bring snow to Maryland this weekend
A storm is forecast to develop and rapidly strengthen off the Southeast U.S. coast by the end of this week, bringing gusty winds and heavy snow — to New England, at least. A specific forecast for Maryland isn’t clear yet, but could include at least a few inches of snow.
The long-term incarceration of chronically ill, elderly and incapacitated individuals is de facto capital punishment.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh has been transferred from an Alabama prison, and is now under the supervision of a local reentry management office.
Sykesville will soon be home to Maryland’s second state skilled nursing facility for veterans and their families
Construction on a new state veterans home in Sykesville off Route 70 will begin in 2023, in an effort to provide better access to medical services to Maryland’s veterans and their families.
The antisemitic flyers were discovered by residents in the Anchorage community in Anne Arundel County and along Tyler Avenue in Eastport, police said.
JPMorgan Chase plans to invest more than $20 million in West Baltimore and elsewhere in the city to boost homeownership and offer job skills and small business training for residents.
In general, what’s standing in the way of normal life is COVID, not COVID prevention.
The 55-foot-tall sculpture at Baltimore’s AVAM is getting a facelift thanks to a $50,000 conservation grant
The museum’s signature 55-foot-tall outdoor piece, known as the “giant whirligig,” is coming down for conservation, starting Monday. The process, which will give some much-needed maintenance to the sculpture, is being funded by a $50,000 grant.
Following an all-online January term, McDaniel College welcomed students back to campus this weekend for the spring semester. Residence hall move-in began Sunday for undergraduate students.