From the wall-length window in Tyler and Erin Matteau's rented fourth-floor apartment on North Calvert Street, there's a view to the south and, maybe, the young couple's immediate future.
The discovery is no cause for alarm, said Dr. Robert H. Yolken, a virus expert at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center, but it's certainly odd: A bug known before only to infect green algae appears to have jumped from the plant to the animal kingdom, landing in the human throat.
One nice thing about the junk-hauling business: You don't have to spend much furnishing the office.
A Baltimore advocacy organization is offering $50,000 in housing assistance by lottery as part of an information fair for would-be homebuyers in the Waverly area on Saturday. The event at the Weinberg Family Center Y, 900 East 33rd Street, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. includes a neighborhood...
Sales of distressed properties in the Baltimore region continued to distort the area's real estate market in October, inflating overall sales but acting as a drag on home prices, according to the monthly report from the regional multiple listing service.
Two medical care companies — one for pets, one for people — are each receiving $100,000 awards from a corporation set up by the state to bring new technologies to the marketplace, according to a release from the Howard County Economic Development Authority.
When it came time to buy a dress for the 50th reunion of Frederick Douglass High School's Class of 1963, Alicia Bynum knew just where to go.
US Airways is shifting all operations at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport from Concourse D to Concourse C starting with the first flight on Wednesday morning.