It’s a bargain hunters’ paradise! The annual Summer Best Dressed Sale is underway at the Evergreen Museum and Library on North Charles Street.
A Maryland man has been sentenced to seven years in prison after pleading guilty to providing heroin to a man who died after using the drug.
Court documents indicate that a change of ownership is in the works for the former Sparrows Point steel mill property in Baltimore.
The Baltimore Sun is purchasing the City Paper, but says the free alternative weekly will remain independent.
It’s time to start thinking about Orioles baseball. Orioles FanFest tickets are now on sale.
A Frederick museum is exhibiting a slave sale document signed by Maryland’s first governor, Thomas Johnson.
If you love clothes and great bargains, the Evergreen Museum on North Charles Street is the place to be this weekend. It’s time to shop at the annual Best Dressed Sale for the benefit of Johns Hopkins Hospital.
If you’re a bargain hunter you might want to head to a popular Timonium consignment shop Wednesday. For the 23rd year, there’s a sidewalk sale that draws a big crowd.
Now you can own a piece of football history. Future Hall of Famer Ray Lewis has put one of his houses on the market.
A Montgomery County media company is buying the Eastern Shore’s WMDT-TV, an ABC affiliate station.
Big news for Ravens fans who aren’t season ticket holders. Single-game home tickets will be available for purchase Friday, July 26 at 10 a.m.
Maryland elections won’t take place until next year, but an annual Eastern Shore crab bake known for its political flavor had an unusual amount of campaign activity surrounding it Wednesday.