The driver of a stolen vehicle that crashed into a downtown Washington office building was trying to use a lighter when police arrived on the scene, according to a police report.
Baltimore’s only Montessori charter school opened its doors on Thursday for a tour of the new school building.
National and international leaders visited East Baltimore Thursday. Johns Hopkins Hospital dedicated its new, billion-dollar facility with the help of Middle Eastern royals and New York City’s mayor.
It’s where the nation’s capital gathers to mourn, to pray and to seek comfort during tragedies. Now the Washington National Cathedral needs help weathering its own financial emergency.
Cumberland officials say they’re starting to lose hope that a former hospital will ever be more than a financial burden on the city.
The Board of Public Works has decided to rename a state building after Maryland’s longest-serving secretary of state.
When Constellation Energy and Exelon Energy merge, their combined corporate headquarters will be in Chicago, but some of their businesses will remain in Baltimore.
A New York-based company wants a waiver of a state-imposed deadline to begin work within the next month on a disputed trash-burning power plant in South Baltimore.
The Maryland Board of Public Works has approved demolishing the president’s residence at the University of Maryland, College Park, in order to make way for a new mansion.
Johns Hopkins says its new $1.1 billion patient care building is one of the nation’s largest hospital construction projects.
Violent flames tear through a Southwest Baltimore row home. Witnesses describe a horrifying scene of people trapped inside screaming for help.
Two unoccupied residential units in a townhome on Light and Ostend Streets collapsed from the third floor to the first floor.