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Baltimore County, grieving after multiple losses, bands together

Baltimore County, grieving after multiple losses, bands together

Jeffrey Griffin brought flowers to Precinct Eight Parkville Station where police officer Amy Caprio, a nearly four-year veteran, worked. She was kil ...
Kaiser Permanente pledges $200 million for U.S. affordable housing; Baltimore is eligible

Kaiser Permanente pledges $200 million for U.S. affordable housing; Baltimore is eligible

Calling it one of the biggest private investments ever in affordable housing, Kaiser Permanente pledged to spend as much as $200 million to house the ...

What $500K Gets You In Today’s Maryland Real Estate Market

MARYLAND — Living in Maryland might be expensive, but buying a home here doesn't have to break the bank. If you're in the market for a home in ...
On government forms, Md. gubernatorial candidate said she lived in D.C.

On government forms, Md. gubernatorial candidate said she lived in D.C.

Krishanti Vignarajah announces her run for Maryland governor in front of the Baltimore apartment complex where she lived as a young child. (Katherine ...

Here’s The Millennial Name Picked For MD Zoo Penguin: Patch PM

Share-worthy stories from the Maryland Patch network to talk about tonight: Light City kicks off this weekend in Baltimore and will turn the promenad ...
Ravens heighten quarterback hype by bringing in Lamar Jackson for visit

Ravens heighten quarterback hype by bringing in Lamar Jackson for visit

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens are bringing in Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson for a pre-draft visit, according to The MMQB. This will ...

Most-Stressed States: Where Does Maryland Rank?

BALTIMORE, MD — How's your stress level? If you're like most people in Maryland it's pretty low, although that doesn't seem to be the case for ...
An Opening Day for baseball, and for Baltimore

An Opening Day for baseball, and for Baltimore

We love Opening Day. We love it because, even in bad-news Baltimore, it means we get to shake off the grimy, regrettable past and enjoy a moment ...
City housing officials to seek up to $100M subsidy for East Baltimore development plan

City housing officials to seek up to $100M subsidy for East Baltimore development plan

Baltimore housing officials plan to ask the city to provide a subsidy of $50 million to $100 million for a developer that plans to rebuild a wide swat ...

Baltimore’s property tax privileged and punished

The Northwood Plaza shopping center (Algerina Perna / Baltimore Sun) Everybody wants nice neighbors. Unfortunately for Morgan State University, the ...