Justice for Trayvon. The outrage over the murder of a Florida teenager sparks calls for activism here in Baltimore. A rally is planned for Monday.
Hundreds gather to show support for disability funding in downtown Annapolis.
Supporters of same-sex marriage flooded Annapolis, hoping to sway undecided delegates.
The battle over Maryland’s same-sex marriage bill heats up as supporters of the proposal plan to rally in Annapolis Monday.
The prospect of a gas tax hike this year stirs Marylanders to action. Demonstrations on both sides have already started.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown says Gov. Martin O’Malley’s budget will include substantial increases in transportation projects.
It’s one year ago exactly since 16-year-old Phylicia Barnes disappeared. Her family continues to search for answers.
Hundreds take to the streets of Harbor East to send a message to City Hall and business leaders. They say they’re tired of talking about fixing schools and rec centers, and it’s time for action.
The newest transit line in Baltimore is expected to carry 57,000 people a day on a path from near Security Mall to Bayview Hospital.
Thousands of people led by the Rev. Al Sharpton rallied Saturday near the Washington Monument, where speakers called for easier job access and decried the gulf between rich and poor before the crowd marched to the new Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial. The rally was intended to drum up support for President Barack Obama’s jobs plan, which died Tuesday in the U.S. Senate.
The food truck phenomenon is one of the hottest trends in food, and Baltimore is helping to pave its way to popularity.
Interfaith leaders gathered in Washington Friday to pray for the Maryland man placed behind bars in Cuba for spying.