The Maryland Department of Natural Resources yesterday awarded $3.8 million in state grants to four Baltimore County organizations committed to land preservation in the county.
Last year, Johns Hopkins University scholars discovered that the university’s founder, Johns Hopkins, may have been a slave owner.
Marylanders who are ready to travel again don’t need to go far for their next big trip.
This holiday season, you can add a native Maryland tree to your holiday shopping list.
Latino households in Baltimore experience high rates of COVID-19 transmission, Johns Hopkins study finds
Throughout the United States, Latino communities continue to disproportionately suffer from COVID-19.
Tradepoint Atlantic will kick off the holiday season in Baltimore County this week with the lighting of its 28-foot “Star of Bethlehem Steel.”
This Giving Tuesday, Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital publicly launched the largest fundraising campaign in the hospital’s nearly 100-year history.
In July, the Baltimore County Public Library permanently discontinued extended loan fees and removed outstanding balances on all cardholders’ accounts.
“It’s about embracing the punchline”: The Baltimore woodworker selling “Baltimore rat” holiday ornaments
Michael Rybak first started creating his own furniture while living in a small apartment on Thames Street in Fells Point.
On Giving Tuesday, United Way of Central Maryland will host the 30|30 Experience.
In the early months of the pandemic, Johns Hopkins launched a program to develop guidance for schools and policymakers as they navigate school closures and reopening.
The Baltimore County Department of Public Works and Transportation will seek public input on the final draft of Baltimore County’s Transit Development Plan, released today.
As local news continues to undergo a crisis, newsrooms throughout the U.S. are working on ways to reimagine local media.
In 1976, 22-year-old Oprah Winfrey drove up from Nashville to start a new job in Baltimore as co-anchor of WJZ’s 6 p.m. weekday newscast.
Need to find a holiday gift for the Ravens fan in your life? You’re in luck.