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Johns Hopkins Medical School renames outpatient center after Levi Watkins Jr., first Black chief resident

Dr. Levi Watkins Jr. was the first Black chief resident at the Johns Hopkins Medical School and the first surgeon to successfully implant an automatic heart defibrillator in a human in 1980.


Johns Hopkins baseball loses, 7-6, to Lynchburg in winner-take-all Game 3 of Division III College World Series finals

Johns Hopkins baseball couldn’t protect leads of 4-0, 4-2 and 5-4 in the winner-take-all Game 3 as Lynchburg emerged with its first NCAA crown in its first appearance in the Division III Colleg...


‘Overwhelming, yet peaceful’: Glen Burnie pastor reflec...ntoxicated driver who killed his wife is sentenced to 14 years

Kevin James Pickett, 43, of Sykesville was sentenced to 14 years in prison Thursday after driving while influenced by drugs and killing a Baltimore pastor standing on the side of the highway.


Baltimore Police Commissioner Harrison to leave contract early; veteran Richard Worley nominated to replace him

Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison will depart before the end of his contract, city officials announced Thursday, and Mayor Brandon Scott has nominated a 25-year veteran of the city d...


B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore announces $30 million transformation of campus and exhibit space

The B&O Railroad Museum plans a $30 million transformation of its Southwest Baltimore campus to restore a historic railroad repair building, add exhibits and community gathering space and create ...


Fire at Cockeysville’s Antique Row under control after building collapses, Baltimore County Fire Department says

A two-alarm blaze at a strip of businesses on the 10800 block of York Road in Cockeysville was under control Wednesday evening after an hourslong battle with firefighters from numerous localities...


Fewer tickets, fewer dollars: Drivers slow down on Interstate 83, blowing hole in Baltimore’s plans to repair JFX

As Baltimore approaches the one-year mark since the installation of speed cameras along an infamously dangerous section of Interstate 83, transportation officials are finding the number of citati...


Founder of three schools for under-resourced students to retire as president of The Loyola School in Baltimore

The Rev. William J. Watters, who founded three Baltimore schools for under-resourced students, announced May 31 he is ready to retire from the presidency of The Loyola School at the age of 89.


CIAA basketball tournaments to remain in Baltimore through 2026 as officials announce 1-year extension

The 2023 CIAA basketball tournaments generated a total economic impact of $29.6 million, according to Visit Baltimore President and CEO Al Hutchinson, which is a 51% increase from the previous ye...


The ‘Madden 24’ teaser wasn’t kind to Ravens linebacker Patrick Queen. He took notice.

“How i get signed up to be the one ran over on the release video,” Ravens linebacker Patrick Queen tweeted after the "Madden NFL 24" teaser showed him getting stiff-armed by Bills quarterback...


With new team and beard, Aaron Hicks off to hot start with Orioles: ‘It allows me to be myself’

No longer having to abide by the Yankees’ strict no facial hair policy, Aaron Hicks has let his stubble grow out into a trimmed beard with the Orioles. But the change in appearance isn’t the ...


Salisbury softball loses back-to-back games, national title to Trine in Division III College World Series finals

Trine softball got a game-winning, two-out single in the bottom of the seventh to beat Salisbury, 1-0, in Game 3 of the Division III College World Series finals on Wednesday, denying the Sea Gull...


Affidavit sheds new light on when and what ex-Maryland Gov....ogan knew about Roy McGrath’s severance before it was public

Former Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan knew about his former chief-of-staff Roy McGrath’s six-figure severance payment from the government-owned nonprofit Maryland Environmental Service almost two we...


Johns Hopkins baseball falls in Game 1 of Division III College World Series finals to Lynchburg, 5-2

Johns Hopkins baseball brought the potential winning run to the plate in the bottom of the ninth Wednesday, but they fell short in a 5-2 loss to Lynchburg in Game 1 of the best-of-three College W...