The president and CEO of Emergent Biosolutions, Baltimore-based maker of COVID vaccine, earned $5.6 million in 2020.
How are Maryland COVID cases, vaccinations and other metrics trending? Here are the latest numbers. [GRAPHICS]
View visualizations of Maryland COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, deaths, testing, positivity rate and vaccinations.
Boxed in and no way out: Housing insecurity for Baltimore’s Latino residents worsens during COVID pandemic
The coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated long-standing housing struggles for Latino residents, who often earn minimum or subminimum wages in a city where the median rent is unaffordable for them. Many are months behind on rent and fearing eviction.
Fire officials say a vehicle that was found burning in the middle of a road in Darlington early Friday morning likely was intentionally set ablaze.
George Thomas “Tom” Kerry, a retired military security expert and wildlife enthusiast, has died at 83.
Carroll County’s Drug and Violence Expo going virtual, allowing access to information ‘all year long’
This year’s expo, hosted and run by Carroll County Chamber of Commerce, starts on Thursday and is fully online. But it is not a live event.
Four candidates will vie for three seats on the Taneytown City Council.
More than a decade after violating a teen’s rights, Baltimore police ordered to pay in misconduct lawsuit
A Baltimore judge has ordered the city to pay up in a long-running battle over a police misconduct lawsuit involving a teen who was dropped off in Howard County without shoes and a cell phone by plainclothes officers in 2009.
Lab tests ordered by environmental groups found harmful chemicals, called PFAS, in a pesticide that Maryland uses for its mosquito control program.
Maryland has sent notices to more than 44,000 unemployment insurance claimants stating they have been overpaid benefits and must reimburse the state.