Coconut Charlie's Owner Puts Up $10K For Info Leading To Arson ArrestThe owner of a popular Anne Arundel County bar and restaurant that was intentionally set on fire has now increased the reward for information that leads to an arrest.
Baltimore Mayor Doubles Down On Decision To Remove Monuments Following Trump's CriticismMayor Catherine Pugh defended her decision to remove four controversial monuments after the president called leaders who took that action "weak."
Baltimore County Set To Hand Out School Supplies At Several LocationsBaltimore County officials and volunteers will be handing out school supplies for the new school year next Tuesday Aug. 29.
Special Stench: Corpse Flowers Blooming At U.S. Botanic GardenThree "corpse flowers" are now blooming at the U.S. Botanic Garden, which is drawing in brave visitors from all over the country.
Baltimore Mayor, Commissioner Discuss Crime Plan Amid Record-Shattering ViolenceBaltimore remains on pace for more murders than ever before. Wednesday, the mayor outlined new federal and state help to stem the shootings, while the police commissioner urged patience.
City Unveils 1st 21st Century Baltimore City Public SchoolFort Worthington Elementary and Middle School opened their brand new facility Wednesday.
Lotto Fever In Maryland As Powerball Jackpot Swells To $700MPeople across Maryland and the country are having dreams of being a millionaire.
Extra Caution Ahead Of Maryland State Fair In Wake Of Ohio Ride AccidentThe rides are up, and the hours are ticking down until opening day on Thursday.
This Summer's Dead Zone Much Smaller Than Expected This summer's "dead zone" of the bay is smaller than what was expected.
Dozens Displaced After Fire Rips Through Apartment BuildingA massive fire in Hagerstown has forced more than 70 people from their apartments. It started right after a thunderstorm rolled through.
Fire Causes Entire Roof Of Maryland Apartment Building To CollapseFire crews are working to put out a fire that has caused the entire roof of a Hagerstown apartment building to collapse.
Gov. Hogan Calls Meeting On 'Tragic, Disturbing' Baltimore ViolenceIn response to what he calls the "tragic and disturbing" homicide rate in Baltimore, Governor Larry Hogan calls for a meeting of minds.

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