"We're Open For Business" is now Maryland's official state greeting. That cheesy expression appears on 20 yellow-and-white welcome signs on roads leading into the state. The words were added a couple of weeks ago, at the same time State Highway Administration crews attached Gov.
Orioles first baseman Chris Davis met with the Baltimore media Saturday for the first time since being suspended for 25 games Sept. 12 for testing positive for Adderall, an attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder drug that is considered a banned stimulant.
Michael DeMos and David Ridgway figure what Maryland gun enthusiasts need is a classier place to shoot.
Measles was nearly eliminated across the country nearly 15 years ago, an immunization victory over a highly contagious respiratory virus that once injured thousands and killed hundreds every year.
The Orioles are down to three arbitration cases after settling Friday with infielder-outfielder Steve Pearce, who agreed to a $3.7 million, one-year deal with the club.
During the campaign that took him to the State House, Gov. Larry Hogan frequently railed against former Gov.
Former Massachusetts Gov.
Baltimore resident Londyn Smith de Richelieu hopes her appearance Thursday evening on the WE tv reality show, "Love Thy Sister," will clear up some misperceptions about transgender people.
A Baltimore student attending Garrett College in western Maryland is accused of stabbing two of classmates in the cafeteria during an argument Thursday afternoon, state police said.
A Baltimore County attorney who acknowledged having inadvertently disclosed information that led to a client's murder agreed to an indefinite suspension of his law license, records show.
After a two-month delay, Mayor Stephanie-Rawlings Blake has honored a pledge to post online the outcomes of all civil lawsuits alleging police brutality and other misconduct.
Standing before an Eastern Shore judge in 2010 after being caught driving drunk, the Rev.
Baltimore County police shot and killed a man who they said threatened officers with a knife and refused to drop it even after being tasered outside a Randallstown convenience early Saturday morning.
Mitt Romney's exit from the 2016 presidential campaign pushes the GOP race back where it was three weeks ago, before his brief flirtation: a wide-open contest among the establishment, religiously oriented, and libertarian wings of the Republican Party.
The Orioles' annual winter convention, FanFest, is supposed to be a celebration of the upcoming season, a chance to talk to players and staff before they head down to spring training.
In a year when budget cuts dominate debate in Annapolis, advocates for legalizing marijuana are mounting a renewed effort to get Maryland to follow the lead of Colorado and Washington state - if not now, then in a year or two.
Capt. Elizabeth Kealey was killed in crash at California Marine Corps baseCapt.
Sam Longfellow spotted a furious cluster of gray and white feathers shrieking high in a tree outside his home in Southern Maryland.
Jeremy Huber was bold enough to sneak into the locker room of the Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team to give the Blue Jays an HDMI cable, then sneak back in again to help set up a television.
A District Court judge on Thursday reduced the bail for an Ohio rabbi accused of sexually abusing a Baltimore County girl after the rabbi's lawyer argued that he is not a flight risk.
When Orkun Ayrac first started working downtown delivery routes for HomeSlyce Pizza Bar about a year and a half ago, he was filling his gas tank three times a week at nearly $60 a pop.
The profile of a new residential component in North Baltimore has pretty much taken shape over the past few months. Since 1971, we've called it the Rotunda. Before that, the 700 block of W.
His gut-level disdain for the New England Patriots would be reason enough for Bill West to get stoked about Super Bowl XLIX. But like millions of Americans, the Ravens fan plans to raise the stakes by putting a little money on the outcome.
When the Ravens released kicker Steven Hauschka nine games into 2009 season, the franchise's first season without longtime placekicker Matt Stover, they did so with a statement from general manager Ozzie Newsome that said the organization believed Hauschka would go on to a long and successful...
A small fire was extinguished by staff at a downtown corrections facility Friday morning, according to a corrections spokesman.
A wind advisory is in effect Friday afternoon and evening across Central Maryland, with gusts up to 45 mph expected to break some tree limbs and create hazards for tall vehicles.
Frigid weather is forecast Friday and Saturday.
Officials of the Joppa-Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company say an occupant of a mobile home and a firefighter were injured in an early morning fire in Joppa on Friday.
Baltimore County school leaders have backed away from an ambitious budget proposal after the county executive quietly summoned board members to his office and told them to reduce the request.