Michael Phelps may get to the podium before Rio. Read More →
Mt. Vernon became the latest sinkhole zone when the roadway collapsed on Centre St. in April. The work goes on two months later and is expected to take another month. Read More →
Ellicott City’s Jake Lamparella, 19, is one of 100 swimmers fighting it out for two open spots on Team USA. Read More →
The second edition of Light City is going be a bigger version. Read More →
Officer Caesar Goodson, who faced the most serious charges in the death of Freddie Gray, received a not guilty verdict by Judge Barry Williams today.
Yesterday, civil rights leader (and congressman) John Lewis led House Democrats in an act of old-fashioned protest: a sit-in. Read More →
Skaters are getting some new challenges in Hampden. Read More →
The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death are one of Baltimore’s many hidden treasures. These tiny crime scenes, created in the 1940s at a scale of 1:12, are studied by detectives and investigators from around the world who come to Baltimore for training on forensic and crime scene studies.
On Wednesday, July 13, MedChi, The Maryland State Medical Society, will present a lecture on the Nutshells with Bruce Goldfarb, caretaker of the Nutshells, from the Medical Examiner’s office. Read More →
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