Sarah Meehan, The Baltimore Sun

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The Baltimore Sun

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Past articles by Sarah:

You asked: Why is there so much litter in Baltimore? We dug into the city's trash problem.

As the next installment in a series inspired by readers’ questions, The Sun took a look at the city’s mounting litter problem and the forces behind it. → Read More

78-year-old killed by stray bullet in Lansdowne was devoted churchgoer known for her kindness and charisma

Isabel Villalobos De Vasquez died in a shooting in Lansdowne on Thursday. She was 78. → Read More

Pete Davidson catches a movie before Baltimore show, reportedly buys the whole theater McDonald's

Comedian Pete Davidson made a stop at the AMC Classic Churchville movie theater Sunday night before his show in Baltimore. → Read More

'Kissing bugs' are in Maryland, but they're little cause for concern

A bug that can carry a serious parasite and bit a girl in Delaware also has a presence in Maryland. → Read More

Fire crews assisting Spirit Airlines plane at BWI Wednesday morning

Fire crews responded to a Spirit Airlines flight that was having difficulties at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport Wednesday morning. → Read More

Man killed, two injured in overnight shootings, Baltimore police say

A man was killed and two more were injured in shootings late Tuesday and early Wednesday, according to the Baltimore Police Department. → Read More

Perryville woman charged with heroin possession, driving while impaired in Finksburg

A Perryville woman was charged with three drug-related offenses and seven traffic violations, and was arrested Monday morning after driving erratically in Finksburg, according to court documents. → Read More

What you need to know about measles amid Maryland outbreak

Measles has spread to Maryland. Here's what you need to know. → Read More

Third case of measles confirmed in Maryland; health officials warn of possible exposure in Pikesville

Maryland health officials have confirmed a third case of measles in Maryland, → Read More

Woman dies in house fire in West Baltimore early Wednesday

A 52-year-old woman died in a house fire in West Baltimore's Shipley Hill neighborhood, according to the Baltimore City Fire Department. → Read More

Researchers at University of Maryland School of Medicine are testing ultrasound to treat neuropathic pain

A clinical trial at the University of Maryland School of Medicine is the first of its kind in the U.S. to use focused ultrasound to treat neuropathic pain. → Read More

Here's when Baltimore's outdoor bars will reopen for the season

When you'll be able to dine and drink at venues like the Sandlot, South Point and LB Skybar for the spring and summer season. → Read More

Baltimore is one of the most sleep-deprived U.S. cities, study finds

Baltimore is one of the most sleep-deprived large cities in the country, according to a new study from HavenLife. → Read More

Get ready to crush some free drinks at Power Plant Live when Chris Davis finally gets a hit

Power Plant Live plans to give out free orange crushes for Chris Davis' first hit — more if it's a home run. → Read More

Two dead in head-on crash on I-83 early Monday, police say

A 26-year-old woman and a 51-year-old man died in a head-on collision on Interstate 83 early Monday, according to the Baltimore Police Department. → Read More

Smoke barbecue restaurant closes in Cockeysville

Smoke, the barbecue restaurant in Cockeysville, is closing after four years in business. → Read More

New foods for Orioles Opening Day: Camden Yards will serve acai bowls, Mexican street corn and po'boys

Camden Yards will offer new foods including Old Bay elote, acai bowls and fried Cajun catfish sandwiches as the Orioles host their first game at home. → Read More

Southwest, Delta, other airlines see delays at BWI Airport after software system goes down

A software system airlines use to measure weight and balance planes went offline Monday morning, causing delays on airlines including Southwest, Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. → Read More

Powerball pandemonium: Here's everything you need to know about playing the lottery in Maryland

What you need to know about playing Mega Millions and Powerball. → Read More

Come for the fillings, stay for the fillers: Why Baltimore-area dentists are offering Botox, cosmetic treatments

From his suite in Columbia, Dr. Javod Gol is among the ranks of dentists who are increasingly treating not only the teeth, but everything that frames them. In addition to teeth-cleanings, crowns and cavity fillings, he offers patients like Barkeshli Botox, dermal fillers and more. → Read More