» Please show me how to use this page.

» How to block spam before it hits your inbox.

» Over a century old, Arch Social Club preserves particular vision of black masculinity
For over a century, Arch Social Club has offered haven. When it was formed in 1905, it served as a safe space for black men to convene and socialize far from the disapproving gazes of their religious wives or the injustice of a segregated society. Last year, in the aftermath of April's unrest,...

» Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke to introduce bill for $15 hourly minimum wage in Baltimore
City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke plans to introduce legislation Monday to raise the minimum wage in Baltimore to $15 per hour by 2020.Clarke has planned a news conference for Monday at 4 p.m. at City Hall to announce details of the bill. She said in a press release that a $15 minimum wage would...

» Maryland reports major job gains in March
Maryland employers added 19,300 jobs last month —more than in any other state in the country, according to new estimates the Department of Labor released on Friday. Businesses in the professional and business services industry led the gains, with the creation of 7,900 jobs. The leisure and hospitality...

» UC Davis uses Towson-based firm used to scrub online image
UC Davis paid at least $175,000 to consultants, including a Towson-based firm, to clean up its online image after students and alumni were pepper sprayed by campus police during an otherwise peaceful protest in 2011.Newly released documents obtained by the Sacramento Bee show the university worked...

» Anthony Brown, still in debt, makes loan to his campaign
Former Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, who remains in debt from his 2014 gubernatorial campaign, has loaned his campaign a substantial amount of money in the final weeks of his race for Congress. Brown loaned his campaign just under $400,000 from personal funds in early March, according to campaign finance...

©2016 Baltimore Sun

» Five for Friday: Five NFL games to watch
Click on the photos to see the five NFL games we want to watch on the 2016 schedule. 

» Dennis Pitta's base salary cut to $1 million as part of restructure
Tight end hoping to make comeback from hip injury

» Five observations on the Ravens' 2016 schedule
Schedule features forgiving start, brutal finish and several home games in between

» Ravens player helps open new health center in Glen Burnie
Baltimore Ravens running back Terrance West was on hand Thursday to help open the new Chase Brexton Healthcare Center in Glen Burnie, a place dedicated to making sure everyone can get medical care. "I love what they're doing with the community and helping out with health care," West said. The Maryland...

» Ravens Downloadable 2016 Schedule
Open as PDF

©2016 Baltimore Sun

Type one or more words, choose your search engine and click "search"

» Annapolis 62.2°F
» Baltimore 61.5°F
» Frederick 62.1°F
» Ocean City 65.0°F
» Philadelphia 56.3°F
» Westminster 60.8°F

» Farm Museum to host School of the Soldier event for children
Looking for a way to educate youngsters about Civil War history, re-enactor Bill McElwee approached the Carroll County Farm Museum to help organize a School of the Soldier. The inaugural event, for children ages 10 to 13, will be held Saturday, April 30, at the museum in Westminster. "It's going...

» McDaniel student's business idea wins $10,000 prize
Nicole Rutherford, a McDaniel senior from Westminster, has dreamed of opening her own wellness center since she was 16. That dream just got $10,000 closer to becoming a reality after she took first place at the inaugural McDaniel College Innovation Challenge Finals on Monday evening. The event...

» Woman detained after stabbing in New Windsor
A 26-year-old man was sent to Shock Trauma at University of Maryland Medical Center after he was stabbed Monday morning in New Windsor. Police have not released the name of the victim. He was taken to shock trauma as a precaution, but his injuries were not believed to be life-threatening, said...

» Stone Road fire causes $125K in damages
No one was injured in a garage fire in the 3700 block of Stone Road that caused more than $125,000 in total damages Sunday night. The fire is under investigation by the Office of the State Fire Marshal. It took about 40 firefighters roughly 45 minutes to control the blaze. Taneytown was the primary...

» Woodstock man charged in Hampstead burglary
Ryan Matthew Brown accused of stealing money and copper

©2016 Baltimore Sun

» The Baltimore Sun


» New York Times

» The London Times

» St. Petersburg Times

» La Jornada

» Daily Mail & Guardian

» Hampstead Business Association

» CBS MarketWatch

» Business Resource Center

» MDBusiness

» The Wall Street Journal