Overheard at Bread & Cheese Creek, Wockenfuss Candies, and Boundary Block Party.
Baltimore police officer Caesar Goodson found not guilty of second-degree murder, other charges.
The country's first dolphin reservation is expected to be complete by 2020.
UMBC grad’s coffee contraption puts Starbucks on notice.
We talk to activists and residents who gathered in the YNot Lot to remember victims of the tragic nightclub shooting.
Multiple vigils, safety measures planned following Pulse nightclub shooting.
Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. faces charge of second-degree depraved heart murder.
When it comes to picking athletes to burnish its brand, Under Armour does its homework.
Hamilton-Lauraville plans commercial kitchen for eyesore lot.
On-demand flower delivery startup just received investment from Kevin Plank.
A local organization combines art and activism to support survivors of assault.
Overheard at Camden Yards, Enoch Pratt Library, and a reading of Last House Standing.
Prosecutors fail to earn a conviction in first two attempts to try officers in controversial case.
Our complete outdoors guide with hiking and biking trails, adventure gear, outdoor dining, and spring events.
Exaggerator takes Preakness but two horses die in earlier races.
We talk to the CEO of Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.
Overall health improved in 2015, Maryland scientists report.
Friday's 19th annual event comes amid expanding bike infrastructure.
Choose your ideal setting for a leisurely lunch or weekend picnic.
The tragic last voyage of the Pride of Baltimore.
Redonda Miller, internal medicine doctor, to assume her new role on July 1.
Animal lover mounts PR campaign to protect pets.
Trial for Edward M. Nero, one of three bicycle cops involved in Gray's arrest, to begin Thursday.
Comedian announces dates for May 17 and 18 at The Lyric.
As Pimlico ages, could the Preakness Stakes move? And what does that mean for Baltimore?
Long way to go for harbor and tributaries, but major help on the way.
Our guide to the events, specials, and fashion during Preakness.
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.
Our guide to brunch, events, gift ideas, and more for Mother's Day.
Vermont Senator draws big crowd to "political revolution" at Royal Farms Arena.