Measure supported by Council President Nick Mosby would have put Baltimore tenants at financial risk, according to housing advocates.
Senators Van Hollen and Cardin join Mayor Scott in West Baltimore, making the case to redress infrastructure inequity and city’s blighted highway.
Baltimore is the second most corrupt federal jurisdiction in the country. Can a city with our history be reformed?
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The restored St. Francis Missal is back on display at The Walters after nearly 40 years.
Frances Glessner Lee's famous dioramas teach detectives how to evaluate crime scenes.
Here are the topics and trends that got Charm City talking this year.
Baltimore’s newest waterfront neighborhood has something for everyone.
Local leaders reflect and look ahead at Senate trial.
Councilman Izzy Patoka leads charge to increase security at kosher markets following the attack.
Babe Ruth, the once “hopeless incorrigible” kid from Baltimore, made baseball, and America, bigger and better.
The presidential candidate first visit to Baltimore was for private donor fundraising event.
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Twenty of the most pivotal events in Baltimore this year, in chronological order.
With the former mayor’s sentencing scheduled for February, both sides get to work on their case.
The nation’s highest court announced Monday that it will not hear the case.
Former mayor faces 11 counts, including conspiracy, in alleged children’s book scheme.
We break down the familiar faces in upcoming special Democratic primary.
Shot in the throat as a teenager, Johns Hopkins emergency surgery chief has become a leading gun-violence prevention advocate.
Longest serving Senate president in state history has been battling cancer.
The late Congressman is the first African American elected official to lie in state at the U.S. Capitol today.
Amidst an expected announcement that he will seek election in 2020, we examine his initiatives.
Known as “Young Tommy,” D’Alesandro III presided over the city during tumultuous period, including the ’68 riots.
The son of former sharecroppers and House Oversight Committee chairman passed away early Thursday.
Maryland Governor joins small but increasing number of Republicans distancing themselves from the president.
A vote next week could set in motion a bill that reaches the mayor’s desk.
Maryland’s Democratic congressional delegation announces support for formal hearings.
Election for Baltimore’s top office expected to shape up as a generational battle.