An unidentified person threw something inside House of Prayer Church in Shady Side Sunday morning, that started a fire in the vestibule, according to Anne Arundel County Fire Department.
A protest against police brutality led by college students were met with oppositions from blue lives matter in Severna Park on Sunday.
The Pidel family lives on Main Street in Ellicott City and takes precautions whenever the forecast calls for rain due to fear of floods, including having a Quick Dam Floodgate and go bags with a ...
Charles G. Pefinis, a decorated World War II veteran and successful businessman, has died at 95.
Maryland’s second-highest court has ordered a new trial for the man convicted in the 2017 killing of Baltimore bartender Alex Wroblewski.
Maryland reported 922 newly confirmed cases of the coronavirus and eight more deaths in the past 24 hours, as the state reported the most completed tests in a single day since officials began mon...
Project Yellow Light recently selected Sykesville native Sierra Fentress' billboard design as its college-level contest winner. More then 2,100 entries came in for the competition this year.
Five million helping small businesses reopen safely; $3 million to fend off evictions and utility shut-offs for renters; $2 million for residents unable to qualify for unemployment insurance; $1 ...
A motorcyclist was killed in a West Baltimore crash Saturday night, police said.
Baltimore Police said three women — ages 55, 71 and 75 — were among five people shot Saturday, including a 21-year-old woman killed in an earlier separate shooting.
Howard Community College has closed its Children’s Learning Center in Columbia, prompting an outcry from parents who called the program a popular and educationally valuable experience.
A historic skipjack has been restored and ready to return to the Chesapeake Bay, this time for educational and cultural cruises by the Annapolis Maritime Museum.
Emily Uhlman, an incoming freshman at Westminster High School, has started her own baking company out of her home called ButterWorks Bakery USA.
Maryland officials announced 775 new cases of the coronavirus and 11 new deaths Saturday, and reported an increased positivity rate of just over 4%.
A woman was injured in a shooting in Woodlawn Saturday, Baltimore County Police said.
Rich Moscarello, who worked as an equipment manager for Johns Hopkins athletics teams and took care of laundry for the Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts, has died at 68.
A funeral service for Robert J. Penn, a retired banker who died in March, will be held Aug. 15 at Mitchell-Wiedfeld Funeral Home.
Carroll County’s commissioners expressed their thanks during their weekly meeting for everyone that came together to host a successful event.
Perhaps no other issue brings me such great sadness as the eradication of wildlife species, called a biological annihilation leading to the sixth Great Extinction. This is the only one brought on...
Community advocacy organizations BUILD and ReBuild Metro have developed an operation to feed 550 families a week.
More than 130 former Maryland Legal Aid employees have condemned the pro bono law firm’s leadership team for what they describe as retaliation against four top attorneys who raised concerns las...
When Tanaye White told her parents she was quitting her corporate job to pursue modeling full time they were concerned and excited at the same time. Two years later, White is part of the Sports I...
Baltimore Ceasefire prepares for its annual ceasefire weekend celebrating three years.
Residents in the Baltimore metro region say they’ve sometimes waited more than a week for important mail and packages as people across the country have been reporting delays with the United Sta...