» Please show me how to use this page.

» How to block spam before it hits your inbox.

» Hundreds of family, community members pay respects to slain Baltimore rapper Lor Scoota
Donna Gilmore used to keep an eye on Tyriece Watson when she lived near his family in the Gilmor Homes. "He was a nice little child," she said. On Thursday, she attended Watson's wake. She was one of hundreds who came to the Wylie Funeral Home in West Baltimore on Thursday to pay their respects...
» Conviction vacated, new trial granted for Adnan Syed of 'Serial'
A Baltimore judge on Thursday ordered a new trial for Adnan Syed, adding a new chapter to a two-decade-old murder case propelled to international attention by the popular podcast "Serial."Syed, now 35, has been serving a life sentence since 2000, when he was convicted of killing ex-girlfriend Hae...
» Latest twist in Adnan Syed story makes it even more media mighty
The news today of a Baltimore judge granting Adnan Syed's request for a new trial makes what was already a remarkable story even more of a media juggernaut. Today's judicial action reported for The Sun by Justin Fenton makes me think that before all is said and done in this case, we might have...
» Maryland has severe shortage of correctional officers, union says
The union that represents employees at Maryland prisons charged Thursday that the state has a severe shortage of correctional officers, leading to dangerous conditions in the facilities.Several dozen members and officials of American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees gathered...
» Induction Day 2016: Naval Academy Class of 2020 includes largest number of women
'It's an honor to just be here'

©2016 Baltimore Sun

» Breaking down Joe Flacco's position among the NFL's highest-paid quarterbacks
Andrew Luck's six-year, $140 million contract Wednesday vaulted him ahead of the Ravens' Joe Flacco as the highest-paid player in the NFL.
» Ted Marchibroda once yelled, 'Let's go, Colts!' as Ravens coach, plus more '96 stories
Incredibly, these all happened a mere four seasons before the Ravens won the Super Bowl.
» Former Ravens defensive end Cory Redding retires
A Houston native drafted by the Lions in 2003, Redding started 22 games on the defensive line for the Ravens after signing with the team in 2010.
» Remembering Buddy and Rex Ryan's impact on two all-time great defenses
Buddy Ryan died Tuesday at 82. His legacy in football is still apparent, in part through his two sons, Rex and Rob, the head coach and assistant coach for the Buffalo Bills.
» Watch Ravens lineman Carl Davis surprise his mother with a new BMW
Mother's Day was last month, but Ravens defensive tackle Carl Davis knows there's no such thing as a bad day to make your mother cry tears of joy.

©2016 Baltimore Sun

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

» Annapolis 71.8°F
» Baltimore 76.6°F
» Frederick 65.8°F
» Ocean City 73.0°F
» Philadelphia 72.9°F
» Westminster 71.1°F

» Common Ground students tap into their creativity through improvisation
Contorting their bodies to convey the feeling of "self-loathing," improv movement students danced spontaneously without fear of judgment Wednesday afternoon at McDaniel College. The class, entitled Bustin' Loose, was part of Common Ground on the Hill's Traditions Weeks, which features daily classes...
» Planning Commission asks for more information on solar proposal
The possible expansion of solar panel allowances in the county prompted debate Wednesday at a meeting of the county Planning and Zoning Commission. New guidelines proposed by the county Environmental Advisory Council, or EAC, recommend that homeowners in residential districts have the option to...
» Mount Airy woman, Woodbine man arrested in connection with series of thefts
A Mount Airy woman and a Woodbine man are being held on $50,000 bond after they were arrested in connection with a series of store thefts. Angela Marie King, 32, of the 6600 block of Runkles Road, and Thomas Leo Hurley Jr., 35, of the 14800 block of Frederick Road, were charged Wednesday with one...
» State board upholds Carroll BOE's decision to close schools
About eight hours after members of the Carroll County community pleaded for the Maryland State Board of Education to save their schools, a decision came down from the state board Tuesday evening to uphold the local board's decision to close three buildings. MSBE President Guffrie Smith said there...
» Women prepare to travel cross country on motorcycles, honoring their pasts
When Marjorie White and Lisa Niner first met in the early 1970s, the two bonded almost immediately over their love of dirt bikes and motocross, riding and racing together. Now, more than 40 years later, the pair of friends are making preparations for crossing the country on two wheels as they participate...

©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