Sykesville Community Celebrates World War II Veteran Turning 100 With Drive-By ParadeA retired Marine officer and a veteran of World War II will be turning 100 years old on Monday.
Maryland Court Orders New Trial In Federal Hill Bartender Alex Wroblewski Jr.'s Murder CaseThe Maryland Court of Special Appeals reversed the conviction of the man found guilty in the shooting death of a popular Federal Hill bartender- ruling he's entitled to a new trial.
Police Searching For Suspect Vehicle In Road Rage Incident On I-95 Near ArbutusPolice said the vehicle is said to be a black Volkswagon Jetta, after a driver on northbound I-95 near Arbutus reported a road rage incident with shots fired at 4:30 p.m.
Maryland's Tax-Free Week Runs Sunday Through August 15Sunday is the start of Maryland's tax-free holiday, and it's not just good for shoppers.
Gas Leak At IKEA Warehouse In Perryville Isolated, No InjuriesFirst responders in Cecil County investigated a gas leak Sunday morning.
Baltimore City Professional Counselor Pleads Guilty To Felony Medicaid FraudA Randallstown woman pleaded guilty to one count of felony Medicaid Fraud for submitting claims that caused the Maryland Medical Assistance Program to reimburse her more than $18,000 for services she did not provide.
Coronavirus Latest: Maryland Reports New Low COVID-19 Positivity RateMaryland is reporting a new low COVID-19 positivity rate statewide, but state officials are concerned about the rate in Worcester County on the Eastern Shore.
Strasburg Hit Hard In Debut, O's-Nats SuspendedBaltimore led 5-2 when play was interrupted by a shower. It will resume Friday at Baltimore, where the teams already were supposed to open a three-game series, meaning the Orioles will try to finish off this three-game sweep at Nationals Park while at Camden Yards.
Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Onions Expands To Hundreds Of People Sickened In 43 StatesA salmonella outbreak caused by onions is expanding and has infected 640 people from 43 states- including in Maryland. At least 85 of them have been hospitalized, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
2 Women In Their 70s Among Those Injured In Triple Shooting In South Baltimore, Police SayPolice are investigating a triple shooting in south Baltimore that injured two women in their 70s and another in their 50s.
Police: One Person Killed In Motorcycle Accident In Southwest BaltimorePolice are investigating after one person was killed in a motorcycle crash in southwest Baltimore on Saturday night.
'This Year Was Important' | COVID-19 Pandemic Highlights Importance Of Farmers Markets, Local Vendors SayAs we all try to maintain social distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic, farmers markets have provided an outdoor space for consumers to buy fresh, locally grown produce and products.
NWS Eastern Region: At Least 38 Tornadoes From Tropical Storm Isaias, 11 In MarylandTropical Storm Isaias moved through the eastern region of the U.S. this week, spawning at least 38 tornadoes, 11 of which were in Maryland, according to the National Weather Service.
Department Of Transportation Adds More Roads To Baltimore's 'Slow Streets' ProgramThe Baltimore City Department of Transportation announced Friday it will add eight more miles to the "Slow Streets" program.
1 Dead After Shooting In East Baltimore Saturday Night, Police SayPolice are investigating after one person was killed in a shooting in east Baltimore on Saturday night.