| Mar 10, 2014
| 7:19 PM
BALTIMORE — It was close. A good look. He'd made more difficult shots, just two minutes earlier, as a matter of fact, as well as throughout the previous two days.
But Marcus Thornton's jump shot from the right wing caromed off the back of the...
| Mar 9, 2014
| 6:50 PM
BALTIMORE — For the second consecutive day, William and Mary took Tony Shaver's words to heart and the Tribe now finds itself one win away from the program's first NCAA tournament berth.
Displaying a truly collective effort at both ends of the...
| Oct 9, 2013
| 7:37 AM
After stealing a fellow rider's phone on a Maryland Transit Administration bus in Baltimore this summer, three men forced the man to exit the bus and withdraw cash from an ATM in order to get the phone back, according to MTA Police.
Now, police are...
| Sep 15, 2013
Baltimore Hockey Classic
Almost half of tickets still left for Caps-Bruins
Nearly half of the tickets available remain for Tuesday's 7 p.m. National Hockey League preseason game, dubbed the second Baltimore Hockey Classic, between the Washington...
| Aug 16, 2013
| 5:41 PM
Even after losing Otakon, the city's biggest convention, Visit Baltimore promoted its success booking future conventions last week.
Baltimore's tourism business ticked up somewhat in fiscal year 2013, which ended June 30. Visit Baltimore, the city's...
| Aug 2, 2013
| 3:24 PM
Good thing they held on to that baltimorearena.com Web address.
What until this week had been known as 1st Mariner Arena, Baltimore's largest concert and indoor sports venue, is officially dropping the reference to 1st Mariner Bank from its name and...
| Jul 26, 2013
| 6:55 AM
Could it be: A major touring act has chosen to play Baltimore — but not Washington — on its North American tour?
In the rare case of Pearl Jam and its just-announced, two-leg, 24-date fall tour, the answer is yes.
Eddie Vedder and Co. will...
| Jul 19, 2013
| 1:21 PM
Wayne L. Sherman, a Baltimore City employee and a Morrell Park activist, suffered an apparent heart attack July 11 after being stricken on a street in downtown Baltimore. He died at Mercy Medical Center.
He was 52 and lived on Washington Boulevard....
| Jul 20, 2013
Baltimore's reputation as a sports city continues to grow, thanks to the Super Bowl champion Ravens and the surging Orioles. It's also known for losing corporate headquarters, making it the largest U.S. city without a Fortune 500 company.
| Jul 11, 2013
| 3:23 PM
Angela Rypien is not bashful about her ambitions.
That shouldn't be surprising considering her primary job responsibility is, ahem, tossing footballs around in her underwear in front of thousands of fans.
She wants to be the best quarterback in...