The developer planning a 1,300-unit waterfront community in Baltimore’s Westport has agreed to sell parcels to town house and apartment builders who could start work within a year.
Law enforcement could issue civil fines up to $1,000 on hosts of repeated unruly gatherings and their landlords as a way to reduce noise and prevent substance abuse.
A “very huge oversight” will cost Baltimore $3.5 million more than expected to operate several parking garages in the city based on an agreement approved unanimously Wednesday by the city’s spending board.
The Ravens don’t have many holes across their team, offense or defense. Still, some positions are more worrisome than others.
Scott, a Democrat, said the ideas amounted to “not being soft or tough on crime. It’s being smarter.” They included a collaboration announced Wednesday in which Baltimore and more than a dozen other cities will trade information on community intervention programs.
Trey Mancini said Wednesday he “most definitely” hopes to remain with the Orioles to see through their rebuild. After missing all of 2020 undergoing chemotherapy treatments for stage 3 colon cancer, he is making another strong case to be an All-Star
Now back home after a stint in federal prison, Donald Stepp is speaking out against Wayne Jenkins and other GTTF officers, including Daniel Hersl, who continue to insist the charges against them were trumped up.
Former Democratic state Sen. Barbara A. Hoffman, who worked tirelessly as a supporter of environmental and public education initiatives during her years in the legislature, died of cancer Sunday at her Cheswolde home. She was 81.
Baltimore has officially recommended against building the proposed high-speed Northeast Maglev train to Washington, citing concerns about equity and the project’s effects on the environment.
To be caring means to show concern for others or to be kind to them. Care can be expressed in many different ways, so WalletHub took a look at some of the most populated cities in America and ranked each according to caring for the community, caring for the vulnerable and working in caring industries. (Diamond Bridges, The Active Times)
As the start of summer marks the traditional beginning of crabbing season, the prices for Maryland’s prized crustaceans this year are skyrocketing. In the early 1900s similar price hikes and supply issues nearly ended the vocation of many Black entrepreneurs, who were credited with crafting crabs into the cakes we enjoy today.
Former Ravens and Terps wide receiver Torrey Smith and former NFL linebacker and Baltimore native Aaron Maybin unveiled the LEVEL UP Leadership Academy, which is held at the Hilton Recreation Center in West Baltimore after it was closed for more than a decade.
Royal Farms Arena, the aging downtown Baltimore events venue, would be renovated by a global entertainment and investment company with ties to basketball star Kevin Durant under a deal being negotiated by Baltimore Development Corp.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations is calling for an investigation into a hit-and-run crash in Harford County that they say targeted a Palestinian-American Muslim family. The Maryland State Police, who investigated the crash, say there is no evidence the collision was anything more than “an unfortunate sequence of events.”
Dr. Joseph P. Connelly Jr., who practiced family medicine in Baltimore County for nearly four decades, died June 10 from a heart attack at his Fallston home. He was 65.
Chants of “respect the worker’s voice” and “Ho-ho, hey-hey, we deserve response pay!” echoed around the campus of Spring Grove Hospital Center, a state psychiatric facility in Catonsville, on Wednesday afternoon.
The free Towson Loop will provide free public transportation in the core of Towson’s downtown and main attractions, providing two loop options which will complement the existing Maryland Transit Authority services.
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- The Koreatown Planning Committee Board, originally formed in summer 2019 to rebrand Koreatown in Ellicott City, has been fundraising for the past nearly two years for the installation of two traditional, Korean palace-style signs to replace the current “Korean Way” signage on either side of Route 40.