Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun

Colin Campbell

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore, MD, United States

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Recent:
  • The Baltimore Sun
  • CapitalGazette.com
Past:
  • chicagotribune.com
  • Orlando Sentinel
  • Carroll County Times
  • Officer.com
  • Hartford Courant
  • Los Angeles Times
  • Stars and Stripes
  • military.com
  • The Morning Call
  • The Christian Science Monitor

Recent articles by Colin:

Coronavirus in Maryland: 5 takeaways from the past few days of news

A lot of news happened over the weekend and early this week. To keep Marylanders up-to-date, here are five key points from The Baltimore Sun’s coronavirus coverage. → Read More

3 more coronavirus deaths in Maryland brings total to 18, officials say

Three more Marylanders have died from the new coronavirus, bringing the total number of deaths in the state to 18, according to state officials. → Read More

Why did I just get a stay-at-home alert on my phone?

The stay-at-home order was the Hogan administration’s first time using the statewide emergency cellphone alert system, spokesman Mike Ricci said. → Read More

‘The next best thing’: With wedding disrupted by coronavirus, couple live-streams ceremony from Ellicott City

Nicole Terwilliger and Chris Castellano’s hopes of hosting hundreds for their May 2 wedding dimmed with each step Maryland officials took to contain the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

10 Marylanders, including 2 in Baltimore, have died from coronavirus as state nears 1,000 confirmed cases, officials say

Ten people in Maryland have now died from the coronavirus, and the number of people infected with the rampant virus has ballooned to nearly 1,000, the state health department said Saturday. → Read More

Maryland confirms fifth coronavirus death as case count balloons to at least 774

Five people have died from the disease in Maryland, 173 have been hospitalized, and 25 have been released from isolation, according to state officials. → Read More

‘It wasn’t worth it’: Coronavirus concerns postpone weddings, funeral services in Baltimore area

Wedding venues and funeral parlors are among the many businesses in the Baltimore area scrambling to alter their procedures, issue new guidance to their clients, and, when necessary, reschedule events entirely — the latest indication of the seriousness of the coronavirus. → Read More

Women of the World Festival in Baltimore canceled over coronavirus concerns

The Women of the World (WOW) Festival, which was expected to bring more than 1,0000 attendees to Baltimore this weekend, has been canceled amid “growing concerns and uncertainty” about the coronavirus. → Read More

Why is it The Alameda and not Alameda Street? Here’s how the Baltimore road got its name

The meaning of the Spanish word “Alameda” — and a hint at how the name likely was chosen for the tree-lined road from Harford Road to the county line — was published The Sun in 1931. → Read More

‘I’m sore, but I’m alive’: Baltimore man struck by van, knocked off scooter in hit-and-run in Canton

Russell Donaldson III and his fiancée, Abbey, were riding Jump scooters home from dinner at Southern Provisions in Canton when they heard the driver of a white van behind them revving his engine. → Read More

Truck driver who died at Baltimore’s Druid Hill Park job site was ‘a legend’ among truckers, family says

The worker who died following a job-site incident at Druid Hill Park in Baltimore earlier this week was a longtime truck driver in Harford County, his family said. → Read More

Maryland officials investigating worker death at Baltimore’s Druid Hill Park

The Maryland Occupational Safety and Health division is investigating the death of a contractor following a job-site incident at Baltimore’s Druid Hill Park early Monday, a spokeswoman for the state Department of Labor said Wednesday. → Read More

Baltimore’s Boys’ Latin School adding boarding for students after purchasing adjacent property

School leaders said they plan to open the only seven-day boarding school for 40 boys on land formerly owned by the Society of St. Joseph of the Sacred Heart → Read More

Baltimore City Council approves property tax credit for low-income workers

The Baltimore City Council approved a $2,500 annual property tax credit Monday for low-income municipal staffers, a move they hope will make homeownership more feasible for those who are among the “hardest-working, lowest-paid employees of Baltimore.” → Read More

John C. Davis Sr., NSA information security expert, dies

John C. Davis, a nationally recognized information security expert, has died at age 80. → Read More

Man killed in car in Cherry Hill amid violent weekend in Baltimore

A man was shot to death in a car in the parking lot of a public housing complex in Cherry Hill on Sunday morning, police said. → Read More

3 boys, 6 adults hospitalized after Northeast Baltimore fire

Three boys and six adults — including a pair of on-duty police officers — were taken to hospitals following a house fire in Northeast Baltimore early Sunday, according to the Baltimore Fire Department. → Read More

Maryland weather: Flood watch in effect through Friday morning, followed by windy conditions

A flood watch remains in effect in Central Maryland through Friday morning, when rain is expected to let up and be followed by a windy day. → Read More

Richard Furst, longtime Bel Air insurance analyst, dies

Richard Furst, a longtime risk-management analyst, has died a month shy of his 75th birthday. → Read More

Baltimore’s Charm City Circulator adding six new buses next week to remedy persistent service issues

Six new Charm City Circulator buses are set to hit the streets in Baltimore Monday. → Read More