During breast cancer awareness month, Annapolis and Anne Arundel County leaders encourage women, many who may have pushed off preventative screenings during the pandemic, to schedule appointments and be mindful that breast cancer among women is one of the most common cancers and the second leading cause of cancer death.
Baltimore’s new 911 call diversion program is reducing police response to calls of behavioral crisis, officials say
Baltimore officials say more than 150 hours of police and fire department time have been saved as a result of a 911 call diversion program, while some residents are concerned the long-term plan to address behavioral health crises doesn't do enough to focus on people with intellectual disabilities.
West Virginia governor endorses annexing Western Maryland: ‘You sure as the dickens won’t ever regret it!’
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice promised Western Maryland residents "job opportunity like crazy with the chance to live in paradise, and I mean it!”
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The Carroll County Youth Football League executive board has taken disciplinary action in the aftermath of a September game that devolved into a fight that resulted in the arrest of two parents. Yet the coach and other witnesses associated with one of the teams are accusing the board of racism.
Here’s how The Baltimore Sun sports staff views the outcome of Sunday’s Week 7 game between the Ravens (5-1) and Cincinnati Bengals (4-2) at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Ravens' Nick Boyle, one of the NFL’s top blocking tight ends, has not played since suffering a season-ending knee injury in November against the New England Patriots.
After years of ordained leadership, Loyola University Maryland names layperson Terrence Sawyer as next president
The move is a major departure from the private Jesuit institution’s tradition of selecting ordained priests to lead.
President Joe Biden will participate in a televised CNN town hall in Baltimore on Thursday night, his first visit to the city as president.
Two LGBTQ-affirming Baltimore churches — one historic and one young — unite with installation of new pastor
A service held Sunday at St. Mark’s Evangelical Luthern Church signifies a new partnership between one of Baltimore’s historic churches and a fledgling congregation, both rooted in LGBTQ affirmation and inclusivity, generations apart.