Adam Marton


Adam Marton is the senior editor of interactive design. He designs and builds infographics, news applications, data visulaizations, online presentations and editoral websites for He is a Baltimore citizen, Maryland native and professor at Towson University.

Recent Articles

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  • Baltimore’s steam pipe system

    Baltimore’s steam pipe system

    Five people were injured Tuesday evening after an underground steam pipe exploded downtown, sending mud and chunks of asphalt into the air and breaking the windows of cars parked nearby. Veolia North America maintains a system of steam pipes in Baltimore that deliver steam and water to Baltimore...

  • State properties sent to tax sale

    State properties sent to tax sale

    Baltimore City authorities auctioned liens on Camden Yards and M&T Bank Stadium to investors at the annual tax sale – a move officials said was a mistake because the stadiums are owned by the state. The Baltimore Sun discovered at least five more state properties that were included in the auction....

  • Baltimore population continues to decline

    Baltimore population continues to decline

    Newly released numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau show that the population of Baltimore City continues to decline. According to the U.S. Census, city population has been in decline since the 1950s. * 2016 number is an estimate SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division

  • Southern district homicides 2017

    Southern district homicides 2017

    The Southern district leads the city in homicides so far in 2017, with 12 reported murders as of Match 10 at 11:00 AM. See the Baltimore Sun Homicide Map here. Note: The use of an adblocker may render certain features of this map unusable. Please whitelist for full functionality....

  • Cash bail on decline in Maryland

    Cash bail on decline in Maryland

    The percentage of criminal defendants assigned cash bail by District Court judges and commissioners has declined since October, when Attorney General Brian Frosh opined that the system violated the constitutional rights of the poor. The percentage released on personal recognizance or unsecured...