A Port of Baltimore official says four new cargo cranes are so big they will become part of the city's skyline.
The Baltimore Board of Estimates has approved an increase of 9 percent for water and sewer rates for Baltimore City customers.
New estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau show Baltimore lost about 1,500 people in the 15 months after the 2010 census.
A former member of an Orthodox Jewish neighborhood watch group convicted in the 2010 beating of a black teenager in Baltimore received a suspended sentence Wednesday.
Baltimore police say a man was killed when the car he was driving flipped on a ramp from Interstate 295 and burst into flames.
When liquor stores are located near Baltimore schools, children sometimes wander in to buy snacks and soda from shelves next to alcohol.
When Shakespeare wrote the words "What's in a name," he could not have envisioned the plight of Gerry Sandusky, the radio voice of the Baltimore Ravens and sports director at WBAL-TV.
A Maryland woman and her daughter have admitted to their roles in hanging a dead raccoon from a noose on the porch of an African family's home.
Maryland prosecutors are not seeking jail time for a former member of an Orthodox Jewish neighborhood watch group convicted in the beating of a black teenager.
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore says it will operate a free shuttle between Baltimore's Inner Harbor and the zoo on Saturdays during the summer.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake plans to sign into law an increased bottle tax to renovate the city's crumbling schools.
The Baltimore Orioles have released infielder Miguel Tejada from his minor league contract at his request.
Officials in Ocean City are investigating a late night fire that damaged the Marco Polo Pizzeria on Coastal Highway.
The congregation of 140 is among the first in the United States to join a new "ordinate" established for those who want to become Catholic but also hold on to Anglican traditions.
Jurors are scheduled to hear closing arguments in the case of a Maryland man accused of selling $9.1 million in fraudulent renewable energy credits.
The Baltimore Orioles released 49-year-old Jamie Moyer on Saturday, parting ways with the crafty left-hander at his request.
Baltimore's outgoing police commissioner says he plans to hike the Appalachian Trail in order to bury some of the "madness" of fighting urban crime.
Orioles left fielder Nolan Reimold will have surgery on his neck Monday, a procedure that probably will end his season.
Public works officials are reminding Baltimore area residents that swimming is banned at all the city's reservoirs.
Baltimore police have charged a man with first- degree murder in the 2007 slaying of an East Baltimore resident.