Judge: Separate trials for six officers in Freddie Gray case

A Baltimore judge ruled Wednesday there will be separate trials for each of the six police officers charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray.

Ravens make roster moves but still need to get to 75 player limit

There is a time every year during training camp where dreams are momentarily crushed.

Active aging is healthy aging

Research has proven that the more you exercise the better, and longer, your life will be. No matter what age you start your exercise program, you will benefit from the physical activity. Just moving for 30 to 60 minutes three ...

Comptroller Peter Franchot encourages enrollment in College Savings Plans of Maryland

Comptroller Peter Franchot joined the College Savings Plans of Maryland on a visit to the Annapolis Regional Library to stress the significant financial benefits and tax advantages of utilizing college savings accounts.

Sesame Street’s move to HBO angers local parents, childcare workers

Sesame Street will now be brought to you by the letters H-B-O!

New efficient VEIP Self-Service Kiosk to improve convenience debuts

Maryland vehicle owners can now test vehicle emissions using a new, convenient self-service Vehicle Emission Inspection Program (VEIP) kiosk. Two VEIP self-service kiosks, one located at the Glen Burnie VEIP station and one located at the Gaithersburg MVA branch office, ...

Ravens sign Will Hill to two year extension

The Baltimore Ravens were able to shore up the safety position for the next few years by signing Will Hill to a two year contract.

Bobby’s Burger Palace opens in Towson

Local burger lovers have a new spot to add to their foodie list. Bobby’s Burger Palace (BBP) opened on July 28, 2015 at 515 Virginia Avenue in Towson Square.

Executive jet service to offer cancer patients free flights

GrandView Aviation, an executive jet and helicopter service in Maryland, will partner with Corporate Angel Network to arrange free flights for cancer patients to specialized treatment facilities in the empty seats on corporate and private aircraft.

Prominent surgeon Keiffer Mitchell Sr. dies at 73

Keiffer Mitchell Jr. remembers fondly the early morning telephone calls his dad would make to him daily. And every evening, Mitchell Jr. would call his dad.

Newborn screening project grant awarded to improve sickle cell care

A more than $2.6 million two-year grant that promises to help support and fortify the quality of care and address the needs of people living with sickle cell disease has been awarded to the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America ...

Fire victims continue a giving legacy from heaven

News of the fatal mansion fire that occurred on January 19, 2015 in Annapolis, which claimed the lives of 56-year-old Donald Pyle, 63-year-old Sandra Pyle and four of their grandchildren— Alexis Boone, 8; Kaitlyn Boone, 7; Wesley Boone, 6; and ...

Larry Graham wows Rams Head crowd

It’s a good thing that the doors opened early for Larry Graham and Graham Central Stations’ concert at Rams Head on Stage in Annapolis on Wednesday.

300 men march From Baltimore to D.C.

The weather was a steamy 82 degrees on August 16 around 5 p.m. when men in black t-shirts began gathering in Carroll Park in South West Baltimore.

John Harbaugh defends Terrell Suggs, takes offense to Eagles comments

The hit that Terrell Suggs placed on Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford drew a lot of criticism from the Philadelphia media and a few of the Eagles players.