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BALTIMORE (WBFF) - It's still unclear who ordered the demolition of two historic homes in north Baltimore's Woodberry neighborhood. The homes were demolished Tuesday morning, after months of talks with neighborhood leaders about design plans for an apartment building slated for the area. “This is a total loss of faith,” said Sheri Higgins, President of the Woodberry Community Association.

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan appointed Dan Spedden, president of Visit Hagerstown, to the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority (MHAA).

Charles R. Williams, a retired custodian, died Sunday from non-Hodgkins lymphoma at Gilchrist Center Towson. He was 62.

The seventh and final season of 'Orange Is The New Black' will premiere on Netflix on Friday, July 26.

Many people are renting when they could be buying a place to live, and that's a front deserving more effort from lenders, developers and nonprofits.

A new Urban Institute study shows stark disparities between the levels of private investment in white and black neighborhoods in Chicago.

NY lawmakers gave final passage to legislation Wednesday that would allow President Donald Trump's state tax returns to be released to congressional committees.

The Orioles acquired outfielder Keon Broxton from the New York Mets Wednesday and added reliever Chandler Shepherd off waivers from the Chicago Cubs.

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If you're questioning whether a police report was filed after a car accident you were involved in, here are some ways you can find out if you're a Maryland resident.

This video is part of our ten-part Youth Speak series, in which participants in the Via: Pathways to Work program created videos sharing their personal and p...

Senator A. Rehman Malik, Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Interior and Former Federal Interior Minister answers to the questions of students at Oxford U...

Rehman Malik delivers lecture at Oxford University, urges world community for common counter terrorism strategy
London: Former Interior Minister and Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Interior Senator A. Rehman Malik delivered a conference entitled “The growing threat of Global Terrorism” at Trinity College, Oxford University. He was invited by Mustafaen Kamal, President Oxford Majlis Society on behalf of the Oxford Union.

The five search warrant applications, made in the early weeks and months of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation in 2017, were made public.

Some of the players the Ravens signed aren’t just rehabilitating injuries, but careers as well.

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Maryland’s spending panel on Wednesday unanimously approved a $9.8 million upgrade to the bus route along Baltimore’s North Avenue.

There is no one making music like this 27-year-old, classically trained opera tenor and pianist. Watch and see why.

Father Doyle fields questions on confirmation for people with developmental disabilities and the significance of the number of fish caught by the apostles after they were commanded to cast their nets into the deep.

Washington is the first state to approve composting as an alternative to burying or cremating human remains.

If Democrats worry an infrastructure deal will raise Trump's popularity, they are missing the point at least twice over.

About 8 percent of Citiwatch cameras in Baltimore don’t work, according to the Baltimore Police Department. That's "about average" for the system, but also detrimental to the crime fight, police said.

The Maryland Department of Commerce’s Office of Tourism has unveiled a new ad campaign built around the tagline ‘Maryland – Open For It.’ The campaign encourages prospective visitors to stay overnight and enjoy a range of the state’s water and culinary-based experiences, including sailing on the Chesapeake Bay, fishing in Western Maryland, eating the state’s famed steamed crabs, and visiting the beaches of Ocean City.

Maryland first baseman Maxwell Costes '18 has been named Big Ten Freshman of the Year. Max was also named in the All-Big Ten first team. Read more in this Baltimore Sun article. Congratulations Max!

There are some lingering questions about the incident that sent a riderless Bodexpress around the track during the 144th Preakness.

Former Interior Minister and Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Interior Senator A. Rehman Malik delivered a conference entitled “The g...

Bucking a national trend toward more restrictions on abortion, the Nevada law relaxes certain abortion requirements. Every Republican voted against the measure.