Water Main Break Causes Plume In Inner Harbor At Canton Waterfront ParkA plume of reddish water in Baltimore's Inner Harbor Monday afternoon was caused by a water main break, officials said.
Maryland Weather: At Least 6 Rescued From Flash Flooding, More Than 15K Lose Power Following Severe StormsAt least six people had to be rescued from flash flooding and thousands more lost power after storms moved through Maryland Monday night.
Christopher Columbus Statue Retrieved From Baltimore Harbor After Protesters Tossed ItCrews retrieved most of the Christopher Columbus statue Monday morning after it was thrown into Baltimore's harbor late Saturday.
Historians Say Communities Should Re-Evaluate Who Gets Honored With Statues In Wake Of Baltimore's Columbus Statue's TopplingDays after protesters toppled a statue of Christopher Columbus in Baltimore's Little Italy neighborhood, historians are weighing in on how communities should move forward with other statues involving controversial figures.
Baltimore ER Doctor Says While COVID-19 ER Visits Are Down, 'The Ones That Are Coming In Are Very Sick'A Baltimore emergency room doctor said he's "concerned" about the coronavirus patients he's seeing because while the number of hospitalizations has declined, those who are coming into his emergency room are "very sick."
At Least 3 Montgomery County Businesses Closed For Not Following COVID-19 Guidelines, Officials SayOfficials have closed at least three businesses in Montgomery County that were not following local and state coronavirus-related reopening rules, the county said Monday.
This Baltimore Summer Music Camp Is Free For Families Economically Impacted By COVID-19The camp, which is open to Baltimore City families, runs through August 21 and provides an outlet to children who have been cooped up for the past several months.
Orioles' New Opening Day Set For July 24 At Fenway Park; Home Opener Will Be July 29The Baltimore Orioles' updated 2020 schedule has been released after the season was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Frederick Passes Ordinance Banning Rent Increases During Coronavirus EmergencyRenters in Frederick won't have to worry about their rents increasing during the coronavirus pandemic thanks to an ordinance the city's Board of Aldermen passed late last week.
Maryland Boy Scout Holds Flag Retiring Ceremony On July 4th Weekend As Part Of Eagle Scout ProjectA Maryland Boy Scout helped retire hundreds of American flags over the July 4th holiday weekend as part of a project he hopes will earn him scouting's highest rank.
Man Killed In NW Baltimore Shooting, Police SayA man was killed in a shooting in northwest Baltimore Monday night, police said.
Less Dream-Stage REM Sleep Linked To Higher Risk Of Death, Study SaysSpending less time in REM sleep is linked to a greater overall risk of death from any cause as well as from cardiovascular disease and other diseases except for cancer, a new study finds.
Native American Groups Ask NFL To Force Redskins Name ChangeMore than a dozen Native American leaders and organizations sent a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Monday calling for the league to force Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder to change the team name immediately.
Osteria Da Amedeo In Baltimore's Little Italy Latest Restaurant To Announce It's Closing Amid Coronavirus PandemicAfter around 10 years in business, the Osteria Da Amedeo restaurant in Baltimore's Little Italy neighborhood is closing its doors.
2 New Jersey Men Charged In $10M Bank Fraud SchemeTwo New Jersey men have been charged in Maryland with participating in a bank fraud scheme that led to more than $10 million in losses from hundreds of credit and debit card transactions, authorities said Monday.