Report: Stewart Bainum Jr. Plans To Launch 'The Baltimore Banner,' An All-Digital News OutletStewart W. Bainum Jr., the hotel magnate who launched a failed bid to acquire The Sun and the rest of the newspapers owned by Tribune Publishing, plans to open a new nonprofit, all-digital publication called The Baltimore Banner, according to a new report in The Atlantic.
Weekend Weather: Cool Down Incoming, Hello Fall!This cold front will be more than capable of completely shifting the airmass in place from a warm and moist one to a dry and chilly one.
Butterball Recalls Ground Turkey Products For Possible Plastic ContaminationIf you have the recalled product, toss the turkey or return it to the place of purchase.
Jackson's Passing Has Rejuvenated Ravens' OffenseThe quarterback who has faced questions about his passing ability finished 37 of 43 in that department, leading Baltimore to a victory on a night when its running game wasn't up to its usual standard.
A 'Twindemic' Of Flu & COVID-19 Can Be Dulled With Vaccines, Expert SaysThough the side effects of the flu are similar, sometimes identical to those of COVID-19, Dr. Thompson said they are indeed two very different viruses and therefore need their own protective vaccine.
Neurologist Shares Insight On Traumatic Brain Injuries In Wake Of Elijah Gorham’s DeathThe medical examiner revealed the cause of death for the beloved high school football player, Elijah Gorham.
'Tis The Season To Start Shopping Early': Experts Encourage Consumers To Start Holiday Shopping EarlyAmericans are expected to be in the mood to spend this holiday season but this isn't the year to procrastinate and experts say you may be taking a gamble by waiting for a discount.
Man Rescued From House Fire In Baltimore, Reports SayInitial reports say a man was rescued from the second floor and taken to Shock Trauma for smoke inhalation.
Judge Orders Baltimore To Allow 'Church Militant' Rally Featuring Far Right Speakers, Legal Analyst Weighs In On RulingSt. Michaels Media -- also known as Church Militant -- plans to make their voices heard on the Catholic Church's sexual abuse scandal in November, when Catholic bishops from around the country gather in Baltimore for a conference.
Morgan State University Full Choir To Perform For The First Time Since The Onset Of The COVID-19 PandemicMorgan State University's complete choir is set to perform for the first time together since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic this Thursday, officials announced.
Groundwork Kitchen, A Restaurant Offering Free Culinary Training, Is Now Fully Operational With Dining Room OpenIt’s part restaurant, part culinary program. Groundwork Kitchen opened back in July offering takeout and delivery, but with the opening of their dining room, they are fully operational.
Former Teacher, Student At Mount de Sales Academy Marvel At Alumna Audrey Powers' Journey To SpaceFormer Mount de Sales Academy teacher Pat Bettridge watched in awe as one of the students she taught years ago, Audrey Powers, launched into space aboard Wednesday’s Blue Origin flight.
Baltimore City DOT Announces Locations Of 7 New Speed, Red Light CamerasThe Baltimore City Department of Transportation on Wednesday announced the locations of four new automated speed cameras and three new red light cameras.
Baltimore Rock Opera Society And Maryland Zoo Partner On 'Monster World: Zoo Quest' Interactive FundraiserThe Baltimore Rock Opera Society and Maryland Zoo are partnering on "Monster World: Zoo Quest," a fundraiser that takes attendees through an interactive tour of the zoo grounds to see monsters from previous rock operas in their "natural habitat."
Disney On Ice Returns To Royal Farms ArenaBeginning, Oct. 13 until Oct. 17, guests will be able to catch Mickey and his entire search party live on ice.