Loyola University Elevates Senior Vice President Terrence Sawyer To PresidencyLoyola University Maryland on Wednesday announced the school's board of trustees unanimously selected senior vice president Terrence M. Sawyer to become the 25th president, replacing Rev. Brian F. Linnane, who announced his retirement in February.
Baltimore To Invest $80M In American Rescue Plan Funding In COVID-19 ResponseMayor Scott made the announcement in front of the Health and Services building at Coppin State University, where the city was holding a free vaccine clinic.
FDA Expected To Approve J&J, Moderna Covid Booster Shots, ‘Mix and Match’ DosesThe FDA is expected to give the green light this week to booster shots for those already vaccinated with Moderna and Johnson and Johnson—a huge step in protecting against breakthrough infections and waning immunity.
'Part Of Us Died With Her,' Ja'Nyi Weeden's Cousin Tells WJZA day after police announced an arrest in the murder of Ja'Nyi Weeden, her cousin opens up about a life taken too soon.
Unemployed Workers Union Continue Push For Unpaid BenefitsThe Unemployed Workers Union is continuing its push for the payment of unemployment benefits that they say have not been provided to thousands of Marylanders.
Mayor Brandon Scott's Fall 'Clean Where You Live' Scheduled For Saturday, Oct. 23The citywide day of cleaning encourages residents to clean up loose litter around their homes and alleyways.
Check Out The Jordan Brand 'Baltimore Crab' Shoes Specially Designed For Carmelo AnthonyNBA great Carmelo Anthony is kicking off the league's 75th season with a little bit of local flair.
Mayor Brandon Scott Announces Plans To Reauthorize Three Tax CreditsMayor Brandon Scott along with the City Council announced Tuesday plans to reauthorize three tax credits set to expire.
Baltimore Man Convicted Of Felony Murder, Gang-Related Charges In Killing Of Bartender Sebastian DvorakA jury convicted 21-year-old Malik Mungo of first-degree felony murder, robbery and gang-related charges in the death of Sebastian Dvorak, a popular bartender who was killed in Canton while walking home after celebrating his 27th birthday, Attorney General Brian Frosh said Tuesday.
Baltimore Residents Invited To Share Feedback On City's Crime Reduction EffortsBaltimore residents are invited to share their feedback on the city's efforts to rein in violent crime during a series of upcoming meetings.
Hogan Announces Low-Interest Loans Available For Those Impacted By Hurricane IdaThe remnants of Hurricane Ida spawned two confirmed tornados over Anne Arundel County that left significant damage to homes and businesses.
Arrest Made In Murder Of Baltimore Man Killed Over Neighborly FeudAuthorities have made an arrest in the murder of a man fatally shot last month in Southwest Baltimore.
Study: Less Than 1% Of Defendants Whose Low-Level Charges Were Dropped By Mosby Went On To Commit More Serious CrimesThe authors of the study say the findings suggest drug- and sex-work-related offenses should be reconsidered as a public health problem rather than a criminal offense.
Morgan State University Receives $3M In State Funds For School's First Endowed ProfessorshipsMorgan State University received $3 million in state funds to endow three new research professorships, creating new research positions to study the brain health of African Americans, predictive analytics and cybersecurity engineering.
Need A Vaccine? Baltimore City District Court Is Hosting A Free ClinicThe District Court for Baltimore City is hosting a COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Wednesday.