'If You Don't Know God, Here's Your Invitation To Know Him' Baltimore Pastor Jason Nelson To Release Third Album 'CLOSE'Jason Nelson has racked up over 100 million digital streams as a gospel singer and is now releasing a new album.
Young Chimp At Maryland Zoo Ventures Out For First TimeA young chimp at The Maryland Zoo on Wednesday explored the zoo's outdoor chimp habitat for the first time.
Baltimore City To Resume Pre-Pandemic Parking EnforcementParking enforcement is set to get back to normal in Baltimore, the city Department of Transportation announced Wednesday.
Seven Baltimore City Fire Department Take-Home Vehicles Assigned To Members Who Live Out Of State, Report FindsThe Baltimore City Fire Department may be wasting money on take-home vehicles, a new report from the city inspector general found.
Morgan State Raises Its Minimum Wage, Makes Contractual Workers Full-TimeMorgan State University will raise its minimum wage to $15 per hour for hourly workers, university President David Wilson announced Tuesday.
Garth Brooks Reassessing Stadium Tour Because Of COVID SurgeCountry star Garth Brooks said he will be reassessing whether to continue his stadium tour because of the rising number of COVID-19 cases.
Track Fire Disrupts Metro Subway ServiceA track fire caused delays Friday morning on the Metro Subway, Maryland Transit Administration officials said.
Weather Blog: Overcast, But ComfortableMarty's Weather Blog
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Fires Controversial Flutist Who Had Spread Conspiracy TheoriesThe Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has dismissed a longtime flutist after months of issues with her controversial social media posts.
Organizations, Local Officials Work To Prevent Evictions As CDC Moratorium EndsThe battle continues to keep a roof over the heads of many Marylanders struggling to pay their rent amidst the ongoing pandemic now that the federal funds have ceased and state funds have an expiration date of mid-August.
National Aquarium Marks 40 Years As Baltimore IconThe National Aquarium on Tuesday celebrated its 40th year as a landmark and point of pride for Baltimore and Maryland.