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How one simple solution can prevent one real complex problem: email verification as the cure for spam-bots.

Blue Jays' run of eight straight postseason appearances is third-longest active streak in Division III
Image caption: The Johns Hopkins football team clinches its eighth consecutive playoff appearance and 10th straight league title with a 42-17 win against McDaniel
By Hub staff report
/ Published Nov 12, 2018
The Johns Hopkins football team, which clinched the Centennial Conference championship on Saturday, will host MIT in the…

Get tickets to Ty Segall & White Fence at Ottobar, Baltimore, MD on 02/25/19

Facial reconstructions of two mummified ancient Egyptians are part of an exhibit at Hopkins’ archaeological museum.

If you see people who are homeless, addicted to drugs, or otherwise struggling, what can you do? This author shares how praying through her own perception of others has made a difference.

The Baltimore school board voted unanimously Tuesday to revoke Banneker Blake Academy's charter, citing persistent problems with special education compliance, financial management and operations.

On Christmas Eve 1944, the troop ship SS Léopoldville was torpedoed by a German U-boat while crossing the English Channel to France. Nearly 800 soldiers were killed.

Search Google for bats and headlines from around the country include: “Man Touched Bats Because They Were Kind of Cute. His Death Is a Warning, Family Says

Layers of clothing, hot drink in any weather, and an overflowing basket of couch throws – the lovable traits of that friend or relative who's always cold.

Unemployment numbers have reached historic lows in many places in Wisconsin, though income growth has not always kept pace. However, even with what

A 31-year-old man died at the Baltimore Central Booking and Intake Center last week after initially being taken to a hospital due to medical concerns, the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services said Tuesday.

A number of Baltimore restaurants will be open on Turkey day with a slew of inventive twists on the traditional meal. And many of them will have alternatives to turkey.

A chemical in common paint removal products is implicated in more than 50 deaths. Even though a federal ban has been delayed, some major retailers are voluntarily taking the products off shelves.

“I think the thing to keep your eye on is not the formality of whether it’s a resolution or a formal vote. The thing to keep our eye on is getting the job done and America, the United States, has been the world leader in this,” Archbishop Lori said.

A state commission investigating the Baltimore Police Gun Trace Task Force scandal will get secret records from the police department — but will have to sign an agreement to keep them from public view.

The median sale price for homes in the Baltimore metro area dropped $10,100 from September to October and remained unchanged from a year ago.

Bloomberg is taking at least another 10 years a Global Holdings Group’s 120 Park Avenue. The company, founded by the former mayor of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, will take 460,000 s/f of the building until February 2029. Bloomberg originally moved into 120 Park Avenue in 2011 for a lease set to last until 2020. JLL’s Paul Glickman and Diana Biasotti represented Global Holdings in…

After his win in last week's general election, Baltimore County executive-elect Johnny Olszewski Jr. names the leaders of his transition team.

The NYC Parks Department offers an amazing resource in the form of an online map that “includes every street tree in New York City” (spanning 422 species) first mapped by volunteers in …

Stories have power. Personal stories provide points of connection and remind us of the power of relationships to break down otherness, find common ground, and elevate shared humanity. That’s why MENTOR is collecting stories about mentoring in real life — stories from mentors, mentees, programs, and anyone willing to elevate their voice and personal connection to mentoring
We know that mentors are the best recruiters, and…

A wintry mix of precipitation is possible Thursday morning north and west of Baltimore. And then before the day is out, the region could break a record for its wettest year since at least 1871. The National Weather Service is forecasting a dusting of snow and a glaze of ice west of Interstate 95.

On Tuesday, November 13th, the Curley community was present in the Suehle Auditorium for a Morning Prayer remembering the deceased of our families. During the