Former academic officer Sonja Santelises to assume control in July.
Peddy family marks 80 years of owning county landmark.
One year after unrest, mayor returns to site of initial clash to celebrate urban renewal project.
An essay by D. Watkins on the importance of mentoring black youth and becoming a voice for the future.
Overheard at the Baltimore Museum of Industry, Psychedelic Seminars, and the annual IND-Mercy basketball game.
Clinton, Trump, Van Hollen, and Szeliga also capture primary wins.
Mayor and City Council shake-up inevitable as election controversies continue.
A new grassroots organization wants black women to rock the vote.
Vermont Senator draws big crowd to "political revolution" at Royal Farms Arena.
Managing editor Max Weiss previews the May issue of Baltimore magazine.
We talk to the mountain bike champion and owner of Handlebar Cafe.
Eyewear designer offers exclusive Baltimore inspired shades.
Republican delivers conservative message; goes after Trump and Clinton.
Speeches, rallies, and performances planned throughout the city.
A day after Cummings makes key Pugh endorsement, Mosby follows suit.
A new fitness studio opening in August above R. House.
For half a century, West Baltimore was a vital center of black culture, mixed-income neighborhoods, and groundbreaking civil rights activism. After Freddie Gray, can it be again?
Democratic frontrunner picks up new endorsement from Cummings.
New poll shows state senator has opened a six-point margin over former mayor.
Two professors examine adult sibling relationships in new book.
Your best photos from the festival of light and innovation.
Weeklong sessions highlight social, tech, and creative innovation.
Volunteer opportunities to help clean up, rebuild, and reconnect our communities.
Overheard at Enoch Pratt Free Library, Reginald F. Lewis Museum, and the East Baltimore Church Tour.
Managing editor Max Weiss previews the April issue of Baltimore magazine.
We talk to the executive director of One Baltimore.
Tour one of the area's best neighborhoods with Live Baltimore executive director Steve Gondol.
Aberdeen-based Veteran Compost boosts green economy.
After years of delays, bike-share system to initially launch downtown.
Maryland's highest court ruled that Porter must testify against all other officers charged in case.
Donna Crivello embarks on a new restaurant concept in Woodberry.
Two years ago, Missy Kirby went for a run and her whole world was turned upside down.
The best restaurants, music, events, and drinks to help you celebrate this Irish holiday.
After separate fires, two nonprofits look to local community for help.
More and more millennials are embracing their inner artisan. But why?
City neighborhoods embrace branding through public art.
School administrators have allowed Marcus Shaw to read police brutality poem at senior talent show.