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Though the men harnessed to the towering chapel dome are sure to draw attention, it’s the copper flashing work along the nave that’s the true star of this renovation.

A federal judge struck down the Affordable Health Care act in a ruling late Friday, concluding that the whole thing is unconstitutional. So what does the ruling mean for people in Maryland?

A rundown of the NPR Music interns' year-end highlights, from Camila Cabello to Juana Molina, Raquel Sofia and Hundred Waters.

The senator and likely presidential hopeful spoke at Morgan State University's winter commencement ceremony.

Get tickets to Super Art Fight’s 37th Annual Holiday Hootenanny at Ottobar, Baltimore, MD on 12/15/18

Old Goucher Design District Open House + Holiday Crawl: Featuring Post Typography’s annual print sale, specials from Co_Lab Books, drinks and

Also this week, the Kentucky Supreme Court struck down a bill that prompted thousands of teachers to protest this spring.

A new Maryland Stadium Authority study calls for a $424 million demolition and rebuilding of Pimlico Race Course, the dilapidated home of the Preakness Stakes in Northwest Baltimore. What does the study say?

BPD: A small number of people in Baltimore are responsible for a large share of the violent crime. In many cases, my officers know exactly who those people are, and arrest them. After they are convicted, we rely on judges to keep them off the streets. But too often, it just isn't happening.

MARC Train will operate on an "R" schedule on Monday, February 19 in observation of Presidents Day. Only trains with an "R" under the train number in the Camden and Penn Line timetables and Brunswick Line trains listed in the special grid on the...

Baltimore County police found more than 40 cats when they entered a house during an eviction Friday morning on Holmes Avenue in Catonsville. The cats were removed and are being housed by the county’s animal services division pending an investigation.

Sun media critic David Zurawik elaborates on his review of Sinclair's year on the Z on TV blog, and in print this weekend.

The Jones Falls turned a bright, neon and even radioactive-looking green Friday afternoon amid what appeared to be a test using dye to trace a leaky pipe. Baltimore public works spokesman Kurt Kocher said he was working to confirm the color was the product of a test and not a pollutant itself.

Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) senior leader and Senate Standing Committee on Interior Chairman, Senator Rehman Malik has said that the credit of

The Howard Street Tunnel expansion appears to be back on, after the railroad CSX Transportation reversed a decision to pull out of the project and committed $91 million toward it, Maryland officials said Thursday.

A new report from the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science predicts sea levels around the state could rise by as little as 1 foot or as much as 7 feet by the end of the century — it all depends on how much carbon the world emits into the atmosphere.

Here is a look at who is in and who is out in Baltimore County under the leadership of new County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr.

Hoerauf has been “a model of professional excellence,” serving under three generations of Hanson family ownership, working for the company for a half-century.