When Maryland’s health department told nursing homes in late July that the state would stop paying to test their staff ...
When Lee Pucklis lost his job and his medical insurance was expiring, he wasn't sure what he was going to do about some ...
A 16-year-old charged with assault after a Mount Airy man died as a result of an incident at the Great Frederick Fair was ...
Ravens head team physician Dr. Andrew Tucker on Wednesday outlined the team's coronavirus protocols and spoke at length about ...
The New York Islanders overcame a two-goal deficit to beat the Washington Capitals, 4-2, on Wednesday in a hard-hitting ...
Anita Moore, a 55-year-old customer service representative, says she's grateful to her Northwest Baltimore neighbors who ...
Tribune Publishing Company, which owns some of the most storied newspapers in American journalism, is closing the newsrooms ...
A conservative legal group has sued a Maryland police department for copies of any body camera videos of a fatal shooting of ...
The practice of detaining people on the ground is an inhumane, unsanitary, and a sometimes life-ending, policing method that ...
Former Baltimore Police Sgt. Wayne Jenkins has asked a judge to release him just four years into his sentence, citing his ...
Baltimore’s spending panel approved $1.1 million in police misconduct lawsuits, including the first two settlements related ...
When word got around that Tropical Storm Isaias was coming through the mid-Atlantic last week, many Ellicott City residents ...