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Sunday - 18th March, 2018
Bay bridge idea brings hopes, fears
TOLCHESTER rey Hill uses satellites and precision farming technology to maximize his wheat, corn and...
Sunday - 11th March, 2018
Stem cells could boost this baby’s heart
Surgeons trying a new way to save the life of a baby born with half a heart stood over her open ches...
Sunday - 4th March, 2018
‘Everybody is basically scared’
The students at Excel Academy in West Baltimore don’t fear school shootings. In a city where bulle...
Sunday - 25th February, 2018
Surveillance airplane gains new sales pitch
When Archie Williams first heard the pitch about what he calls the “eye in the sky” — the priv...
Sunday - 18th February, 2018
Casting a shadow on effort to save trees
NEW MARKET — Catherine Campinos wonders if she should have known her favorite woods were destined ...
Sunday - 4th February, 2018
Under Armour looks for rebound by speedskaters
After a dominant World Cup season, U.S. speedskaters entered the 2014 Olympics not only with momentu...
Sunday - 28th January, 2018
Women face hurdles in races
WASHINGTON – A year after Maryland sent an all-male delegation to Congress for the first time in f...
Sunday - 21st January, 2018
In search of a different outcome
Every few years — usually when violent crime is rising — the mayor of Baltimore fires the police...
Sunday - 14th January, 2018
Art no longer a huge draw
When former Walters Art Museum director Gary Vikan remembers the late 1990s, he gets a little wistfu...
Sunday - 7th January, 2018
Session to look at tax issues
Congress and the Trump administration will force Maryland’s political leaders to forgo their elect...
Sunday - 31st December, 2017
To tell the truth
DThe investigators slid a blurry surveillance image from the crime scene in front of him. The people...
Sunday - 24th December, 2017
Navy families seek closure in sailors’ collision deaths
On her living room table, Rachel Eckels keeps a note her son wrote when he was 4. On the refrigerato...
Sunday - 17th December, 2017
Theft case offered a clue
Baltimore Police Detective Jemell Rayam has pleaded guilty in federal court to years of robbing susp...
Sunday - 10th December, 2017
Police seek to win trust
Staggered by a succession of crises — civil rights violations, corruption convictions and the unso...
Sunday - 3rd December, 2017
State seen as test for Russia
WASHINGTON – The simple advertisement betrayed little about its intent or origin. It pictured Fred...
Sunday - 26th November, 2017
State boosts opioid care
WASHINGTON – Bernard Gyebi-Foster had a problem this year that underscored, on a small scale, the ...
Sunday - 19th November, 2017
‘I DON’T REALLY FEEL SAFE ANYWHERE ANYMORE’
Sitting in the hair salon she has owned for 27 years, Pamela Coleman was saying she hasn’t been a ...
Sunday - 12th November, 2017
Economy may get a marijuana lift
Over lunch years ago, a man who ran a successful marijuana business in California complained to his ...
Sunday - 5th November, 2017
Stores battle theft rings
They looked like any other shoppers browsing iPads and Apple Watches at the Apple Store in Towson.&a...
Sunday - 29th October, 2017
Dance’s travels cost county
Former Baltimore County School Superintendent Dallas Dance spent more than a third of the school day...
Sunday - 22nd October, 2017
ICE seeks local holds
WASHINGTON – Federal immigration agents have asked the state-run Baltimore Central Booking and Int...
Sunday - 15th October, 2017
Spring Grove deals with boost in attacks on staff
On a spring day at Maryland’s largest state psychiatric hospital, a patient tried to escape, soile...
Sunday - 8th October, 2017
From Klan rallies to a jail cell
For seven years, Richard Wilson Preston Jr. was on a national mission to rebrand and expand the Ku K...
Sunday - 1st October, 2017
Races will see more cash
Maryland candidates have begun to hustle for dollars ahead of next year’s election, freed from a k...
Sunday - 24th September, 2017
Assaults climb at city’s Central Booking site
Baltimore Central Booking and Intake Center, the first institution people are brought to after being...
Sunday - 17th September, 2017
Harris keeps his eye on D.C.
WASHINGTON – David Trumble has never heard of Rep. Andy Harris. But his community has nevertheless...
Sunday - 10th September, 2017
One officer stands alone
Baltimore Police Detective John Clewell worked nearly two years on the department’s gun trace task...
Sunday - 3rd September, 2017
Busy agenda awaits in D.C.
WASHINGTON — For all the talk of change in Washington, lawmakers return to Capitol Hill this week ...
Sunday - 27th August, 2017
Trump lawyer loves a challenge
As challenging clients go, surely a president who won’t stop tweeting about an ongoing investigati...
Sunday - 20th August, 2017
Baltimore draws unfamiliar praise
Baltimore’s Confederate monuments exited swiftly last week, but they might have left something beh...
Sunday - 13th August, 2017
White nationalist rally gets violent
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. — A car plowed into a crowd of people peacefully protesting a white nationali...
Sunday - 6th August, 2017
SUMMARY OF THE NEWS
BALTIMORE CEASEFIRE: Organizers and supporters of the 72-hour “ceasefire” initiative marched and...
Sunday - 30th July, 2017
Health debate reflects worries
WASHINGTON – The first health insurance policy Lisa Eimer purchased under Obamacare in 2014 was ca...
Sunday - 23rd July, 2017
Pot sites raise tension
John Seifert was having trouble renting out his shuttered flower shop in Baltimore County. Finally, ...
Sunday - 16th July, 2017
More guns seized at BWI
The number of guns seized at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport is climbing sharply, authorities say, mir...
Sunday - 9th July, 2017
Do drink the water
John Tyler, Smith Island resident RHODES POINT, SMITH ISLAND John Tyler’s family name can...
Sunday - 2nd July, 2017
FROM TEXAS, A PATRON
CMASON, Texas hris Hicks was lying in bed flipping through the television channels one night last De...
Sunday - 25th June, 2017
AN ORTHODOX CONVERSION
Growing up a Southern Baptist in eastern Tennessee, Brent Gilbert says, he never realized there were...
Sunday - 18th June, 2017
Water aid flows slowly
As Baltimore continues to raise its water rates for city customers, the public works department has ...
Sunday - 11th June, 2017
More dolphins finding way to Chesapeake Bay
death of popular local rapper Lor Scoota — riddled with bullets in the front seat of his Gray Hond...
Sunday - 4th June, 2017
In Md., Medicaid funding concerns
WASHINGTON — Things began to unravel for Ramar Robinson about three years ago when he was laid off...
Sunday - 28th May, 2017
Service and lives recalled in grief
On Memorial Day, Marissa Martinez Brown will join thousands on a beach in Honolulu to float lighted ...
Sunday - 21st May, 2017
Pimlico shows its age, but the fans love all the Preakness traditions
The Preakness Stakes, Maryland’s biggest and splashiest party, returned Saturday even as wistful f...
Sunday - 14th May, 2017
Fighting to stay in the race
The weeds, rot and decay overtook the 2600 block of Rosewood Ave., not far from Pimlico Race Course,...
Sunday - 7th May, 2017
Health plan revisits old idea
Before the Affordable Care Act offered health care to all Americans, thousands of Marylanders who so...
Sunday - 30th April, 2017
A local voice in West Wing
WASHINGTON — As a partner in one of Baltimore’s best-known development firms, Reed S. Cordish sp...
Sunday - 23rd April, 2017
Dance’s education initiatives may stall
In his five years as Baltimore County schools superintendent, Dallas Dance has been a forceful, ener...
Sunday - 16th April, 2017
A resurrection story
W| hen the Rev. Tom Slawson delivers the Easter homily at his hilltop church today, he says, he’ll...
Sunday - 9th April, 2017
Trump colors year’s session
In a normal year, the partisan jab on the floor of the Maryland Senate would have drawn only eye rol...
Sunday - 2nd April, 2017
Room to grow
Before Mayor Kurt Schmoke walked through the cast-iron gates into Oriole Park at Camden Yards for th...
Sunday - 26th March, 2017
As crabs thrive, watermen hope to reap the benefits
FISHING CREEK – Joel Hayden’s investment, tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of yellow-painte...
Sunday - 19th March, 2017
At 50, Columbia celebrates the past, ponders the future
Lin Eagan has lived in Columbia long enough to cycle through a half-dozen homes and raise two sons, ...
Sunday - 12th March, 2017
Not waiting for treatment
Afew months after the Inman family traipsed the State House halls to press lawmakers to legalize med...
Sunday - 5th March, 2017
Allegations shade officers’ careers
Baltimore Police Detective Jemell Rayam appeared in court in November 2015 to answer questions over ...
Sunday - 26th February, 2017
As communities evolve, so must city markets
Francis “Lumpy” Baroch remembers when the center aisle at Hollins Market was so crowded it had t...
Sunday - 19th February, 2017
Threat to city funds remote
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s plan to cut off federal funding to sanctuary jurisdictions...
Sunday - 12th February, 2017
Car theft a youth ‘sport’
It was still dark at 6 a.m. as Terry Rawlings Sr. guided his cherry-red Acura CL through Southwest B...
Sunday - 5th February, 2017
Hogan mum about Trump
As protesters crowded the international arrivals hall at BWI Marshall Airport last week to denounce ...
Sunday - 29th January, 2017
Ban sparks an uproar
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s executive order suspending refugee arrivals and banning tr...
Sunday - 22nd January, 2017
Casinos prosper; schools do not
In the seven years since the first of Maryland’s six casinos opened, they have pumped $1.7 billion...
Sunday - 15th January, 2017
Cabinet hopefuls send signals
WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald J. Trump’s choice for housing secretary, a longtime critic o...
Sunday - 8th January, 2017
Federal workers brace for cuts
WASHINGTON — Federal workers in Maryland and across the nation are bracing for reductions in head ...
Sunday - 1st January, 2017
Fiber optics seek users
Three years ago, the state completed one of the nation’s largest public investments in a fiber opt...
Sunday - 25th December, 2016
NFL delivers the rare gift of football on Christmas
This year, Colleen Gizinski’s Christmas will not begin with a traditional Polish breakfast of rais...
Sunday - 18th December, 2016
Intelligence community faces trying challenges
It’s been a bruising few years for America’s spies. Revelations about torture by the CI...
Sunday - 11th December, 2016
Senate GOP likes Carson
WASHINGTON — Dr. Ben Carson, the former Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon who was chosen by President-ele...
Sunday - 4th December, 2016
For Pugh, pros, cons of being connected
Catherine E. Pugh campaigned for mayor of Baltimore in part on a history of building relationships.&...
Sunday - 27th November, 2016
Hero of left, rigid despot
Cuban leader Fidel Castro, the charismatic image of leftist revolution who thrust his Caribbean nati...
Sunday - 20th November, 2016
House, Senate react to Trump
WASHINGTON — Days after Republican Donald Trump won the tempestuous presidential election, Rep. El...
Sunday - 13th November, 2016
Doctors hesitant on pot permits
Just 1 percent of the 16,000 doctors who treat patients in Maryland have signed up for the state’s...
Sunday - 6th November, 2016
Crash reveals gap in system
In bold type, a letter from the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration informed Glenn Chappell in ear...
Sunday - 30th October, 2016
Civilian overseers look for way forward
Michael Ryan spent 15 years at Baltimore’s Civilian Review Board as an investigator charged with l...
Sunday - 23rd October, 2016
Illegal guns testing system
As Baltimore police and prosecutors race to tamp down a sustained spike in violence, many of the cha...
Sunday - 16th October, 2016
State’s top Republican stays above the fray
HAGERSTOWN — Republican Gov. Larry Hogan is the most popular political figure in Maryland, but thi...
Sunday - 9th October, 2016
Little oversight, funds on pot panel
When lawmakers first envisioned a medical marijuana commission, they created a panel of volunteers t...
Sunday - 2nd October, 2016
Md. seeks control over costs of care
Maryland faces a year-end deadline to submit a plan to expand a massive experiment in how it manages...
Sunday - 25th September, 2016
Vacants remain a drag on city
After decades of stalled promises to tear down the vacant rowhomes that have become symbolic of Balt...
Sunday - 18th September, 2016
Tricia Krahling, who lives in the Romancoke by the Bay community STEVENSVILLE — Residents...
Sunday - 11th September, 2016
OUT OF TRAGEDY, A GIFT
When supporters tout Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank’s $5.5 billion Port Covington project, they ofte...
Sunday - 4th September, 2016
Laws eyed to regulate surveillance by police
State lawmakers and civil liberties advocates are considering legislation that would regulate police...
Sunday - 28th August, 2016
SUMMARY OF THE NEWS
OPEN FIRE: It got a little noisy when the Associated Gun Clubs of Baltimore invited World War II vet...
Sunday - 21st August, 2016
Heavy burden in Md. courts
The Annapolis district courts have not been gaveled into session for the day, but already more than ...
Sunday - 14th August, 2016
Clearing corners, violating rights
To escape the stifling heat in his apartment this week, Penn North resident Shawn Williams sat outsi...
Sunday - 7th August, 2016
A night of deluge, deaths and resolve
It also started the clock on the Baltimore Police Department’s system for investigating its own.&a...
Sunday - 31st July, 2016
In Md., eyes turn to Nov. and 2018
PHILADELPHIA — With the major party conventions over, Maryland Democrats and Republicans are turni...
Sunday - 24th July, 2016
Shells carrying millions of lab-grown baby oysters tumbled down the sides of a green-hulled boat nam...
Sunday - 17th July, 2016
GOP looks to new faces
WASHINGTON — Ask a Maryland Republican for insight into the delegates who will represent the state...
Sunday - 10th July, 2016
Many seniors are not ready
Ray Kelly, a leader of the No Boundaries Coalition, an advocacy group from West Baltimore neighborho...
Sunday - 3rd July, 2016
Mosby stirs strong feelings
Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby instantly became a controversial figure across America...
Sunday - 26th June, 2016
Detective doubted prosecutors’ version
The lead Baltimore police detective in the Freddie Gray investigation said she reluctantly read to g...
Sunday - 19th June, 2016
Racing to meet runoff goals
Baltimore is racing to remove thousands of acres of pavement, expand street sweeping and create new ...
Sunday - 12th June, 2016
State rejects EPA air finding
The Hogan administration is challenging the Environmental Protection Agency over its finding that an...
Sunday - 5th June, 2016
‘YOU CAN MAKE IT ’
Corey Witherspoon cradled a senior who had just been stabbed in the heart at Renaissance Academy Hig...
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