Seven weeks into the football season ESPN has begun writing the Baltimore Ravens’ epitaph.
The Maryland Democratic primary is eight months away, but one gubernatorial candidate has taken a commanding lead of sorts in the race to challenge popular incumbent Gov. Larry Hogan in 2018.
Is every statue of a racist a racist statue?
In the wake of a nationwide push to remove public monuments to the Confederacy, which prompted Baltimore to take down three Confederate statues and a monument to former U.S. Chief Justice Roger B. Taney under cover of night, an elaborate monument to “The Star-Spangled Banner” author Francis Scott Key was vandalized in Bolton Hill.
Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer will face the Baltimore Ravens in his first road game on Sunday. And that could be bad luck for him.
As could have been expected, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’s invitation to speak at University of Baltimore’s winter commencement stirred up controversy. On Monday, UB students staged a protest of the would-be speaker with signs that read “#neverDeVos” and “We are Devos-stated,” according to reporting from WTOP.
Can a piece of legislation mend the broken relationships between residents, public safety officials, and the city?
Throwback Thursday highlights past stories that are relevant again.
Originally published July 22, 2015 – Baltimore finds itself wrestling over whether to keep its Confederate monuments which are widely seen as tributes to a racist legacy. You may be interested to know that Baltimoreans hemmed and hawed over them when they were first proposed, though for different reasons.
Katie Malone, a longtime member of Rep. Elijah Cummings’s staff and north Baltimore resident, lost six of her nine children in a house fire late Wednesday night that left her and her three other children hospitalized.