State Police Will Conduct Sobriety Checkpoints In Baltimore This WeekendIf you're planning on going out in Baltimore this weekend and drinking, plan on having a sober ride.
Police Investigating Recent Reports Of Home Invasions In Canton, Other SE Baltimore NeighborhoodsBaltimore City Police are investigating reports of an increase in home invasions in Canton and other southeast Baltimore neighborhoods. 
Tara Savannah Payne Will Be Remembered At Annapolis Vigil WednesdayFriends and family will gather Wednesday morning at a second vigil for Tara Savannah Payne in Annapolis Wednesday morning.
Family, Friends Gather To Remember Tara Savannah Payne With Vigil In Baltimore Monday NightA week after a 26-year-old woman went missing after celebrating her birthday with friends in Canton, a vigil will be held in honor of her after her body was recovered from the water Thursday.
Baltimore Police Believe Tara Savannah Payne's Death Was Accidental, No Threat To The PublicBaltimore Police said Monday they believe Tara Savannah Payne's death was accidental.
Canton Residents Stringing Lights Along Dark Streets In Hopes Of Deterring CrimeNeighbors in Canton are stringing cafe lights along dark streets all in hopes of deterring crime.
Group Sends Letter To City Leaders Calling For Removal Of Statue Of Slave Owner John O'Donnell In Canton SquareThe future of the controversial Captain John O'Donnell statue in Canton still remains up in the air.
New Wawa Store Opens In CantonA new Wawa store opened in the Canton neighborhood of Baltimore on Thursday.
'This Was No Accident': Police Searching For Driver Who Ran Over Cyclist During Community Bike Ride In BaltimoreA bicyclist taking part in a community bike ride in east Baltimore late last week was the victim of a hit-and-run, which he said was "no accident."
Hundreds Of Cyclists Are Turning Out In Canton To Bike Ride To Stay Active During COVID-19 PandemicTwice a month, hundreds of cyclists turn out in Canton for a Friday night bike ride.
LIST: Baltimore-Area Bars, Restaurants That Closed Due To COVID-19 Cases Among Employees