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If Maryland elections administrator Linda H. Lamone seemed unperturbed by calls to resign in the wake of ballot errors and on-again, off-again reporting of returns from Tuesday’s primary election, it might be because she’s survived worse over the course of her 23-year tenure.

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday lifted several more of the coronavirus-related restrictions in his executive order, effective at 5 p.m. Friday. What's affected?

Add errors on ballots and problems in tabulating returns to Maryland's first statewide vote-by-mail contest and the primary’s close races may well end up in the courts, experts say.

The sixth day of demonstrations began in a uniquely low key Baltimore way with a longtime activist and barbecue cook Duane “Shorty” Davis cooking for a crowd.

Using a mix of private and public funds, Baltimore will create a $12 million contact tracing operation to combat the spread of the coronavirus for the next nine to 12 months.

An error on ballots mailed to voters in Baltimore’s District 1 led to inaccurate results that cannot be counted, state election officials announced Wednesday.

As Pride Month begins, it’s good to take time to recognize the struggles of the LGBTQ community and celebrate how far the gay rights movement has come. These photos will take you back through the hard times and the landmark moments of the LGBTQ movement. (Diamond Bridges, The Active Times)

Darell Hernaiz and his family would have to drive more than nine hours — from El Paso, Texas, to Dallas and back — in barely over 36 hours. When he was drafted by the Orioles, it was all worth it.

Andre Bonaparte, a former top deputy at the Baltimore Police Department, has sued the city over his firing last year, including accusing people within the department of leaking on social media an expunged document related to him.

Drew Brees was criticized sharply by fellow high-profile athletes on Wednesday after the Saints quarterback reiterated his opposition to kneeling during the national anthem.

A 39-year-old man died after being shot in the head Wednesday afternoon in the Edgewood neighborhood in West Baltimore, according to Baltimore Police.

Aberdeen Police said officers came under fire Wednesday night while trying to arrest two people who they said stole a car.

Former Baltimore Police spokesman T.J. Smith conceded the mayor’s race after early returns showed him with single-digit support and lagging far behind the leaders in the Democratic primary.

I would ask that you judge me not by my uniform, but by the content of my character.

Rosa L. Barber, a Northeast Baltimore community leader who had worked for the city Office of Employment Development, died May 20 at her Lakeside home. She was 94.

The University of Maryland football players committed to being "leaders in creating change” in response to nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd and police brutality.

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Races to Watch

Displays percentage of vote as distributed among the top candidates in each race.
See the full election results here »

Democrat: Mayor Baltimore City
Candidate
votes
Sheila Dixon
24,278
42.4%
Brandon Scott
19,685
34.4%
Mary Miller
13,280
23.2%
145 of 296 precincts reporting; 3 of 24 candidates shown
Baltimore City Comptroller Democratic
Candidate
votes
Bill Henry
37,864
51.6%
Joan M. Pratt
Incumbent
35,463
48.4%
2 of 4 precincts reporting
Baltimore City Council President Democratic
Candidate
votes
Nick Mosby
29,402
43.3%
Shannon Sneed
20,386
30%
Carl Stokes
18,090
26.7%
2 of 4 precincts reporting; 3 of 7 candidates shown
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