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AP African American Studies class framework announced, already piloted at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute

The Advanced Placement Program, which offers university-level material to high school students and allows them to test for college credit, announced its official framework Wednesday for its new A...


Tenants’ lawsuit against management company owned by Kushner family allowed to proceed, Maryland appellate court rules

A lawsuit alleging that a Baltimore-area apartment management company owned by former President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner illegally charged additional fees on late rent payments c...


Now retired, Darren O’Day reflects on time with Orioles and the rebuild after his trade

Former Orioles reliever Darren O'Day, who retired Monday after a 15-year career with six major league teams, said leaving Baltimore in 2018 was a "tough goodbye" but that the team's trajectory en...


Bill to help Maryland police departments afford body cameras wins bipartisan support in the General Assembly

All police agencies in Maryland are required to have on-duty officers wear body cameras by July 1, 2025. But smaller agencies have struggled to come up with funding to buy the cameras and store t...


In the wake of Tyre Nichols killing, Anne Arundel civil rights leaders call for strengthened police accountability

In the wake of Tyre Nichols' death by Memphis police officers, civil rights leaders in Anne Arundel County said it was time for Maryland to strengthen its protections against police brutality and...


Bits & Bites: Pizza returns to Limoncello, Sichuan restaurant expands, Baltimore shop serves up coffee and comics

Amid the pandemic, local Italian restaurant Limoncello added pizza to its menu for easy takeout. When business started returning to normal, they took it off. But by then the pizza had lots of fan...


Turning down lease option another case of Orioles disregarding public perception | ANALYSIS

The Orioles’ decision to decline the option for a five-year extension of their lease was another example of the organization, in business and in baseball, determining what it believes is its be...


Maryland women’s basketball remains a constant in Top 25 poll — even amidst its ‘biggest overhaul’

Maryland women's basketball continuing the second-longest active streak in the nation in the Associated Press Top 25 poll is a testament to its staying power despite a tumultuous offseason and th...


Horseshoe Casino Baltimore workers demand raises, holiday pay in afternoon rally

Unionized workers at Horseshoe Casino Baltimore are demanding raises in line with others in the gaming and hospitality industry in the city and elsewhere, saying casino revenues have rebounded si...


Carroll commissioners approve purchase of uniforms for new Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services

The Board of Carroll County Commissioners unanimously approved $56,219 for the purchase of Class A and Class B uniforms. This is just a portion of the money needed to supply all of the uniforms n...


Natural Resources Police charge two groups of Anne Arundel County residents with hunting, firearms violations

Over the past month, officers with the Maryland Natural Resources Police charged two groups of hunters with ties to Anne Arundel County with several violations, including firearm offenses, licens...


Maryland men’s soccer ‘doing everything we can’ to help former midfielder Tsubasa Endoh fight cancer

Since being diagnosed Dec. 2 with acute leukemia, Tsubasa Endoh has returned to his native Japan and is in the midst of his second round of chemotherapy. Maryland coach Sasho Cirovski is helping ...


Number of Maryland students eligible for reduced-price meals spikes, adding to cost of ‘Blueprint’ plan

The number of Maryland students eligible for free or reduced-price meals has risen surprisingly high, causing a $390 million increase in the cost of the state’s sweeping education reform law in...


Maryland men’s basketball beats No. 21 Indiana, 66-55, for 3rd straight win to continue home dominance

Maryland men's basketball overcame a cold shooting night in a 66-55 victory over Indiana that gave the Terps (15-7, 6-5 Big Ten) their third straight win and a school-record ninth in a row at hom...


Former Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he is giving ‘very serious consideration’ to presidential run

In one of his strongest statements regarding his presidential ambitions, former Gov. Larry Hogan told a Fox News host Tuesday that he is “taking a close look” at a run for the White House.


Man in critical condition after being shot by Baltimore County Police, vehicle crashes Tuesday in White Marsh

A man is in critical condition after Baltimore County Police fired into the vehicle he was in during an attempted arrest Tuesday morning outside a Royal Farms in White Marsh, police said.