Baltimore has collected no taxes on an estimated 9 million Uber and Lyft rides per year, despite a 2015 state law enabling it to do so, costing the city roughly $2.1 million in revenue annually, according to the city Department of Finance.
Potent California marijuana has been making its way east for decades on the black market. But Cookies’ launch in Baltimore shows how established West Coast brands can use licensing deals to gain an early foothold in medical-only markets such as Maryland.
Washington, D.C., surpassed Baltimore in Orkin’s 2020 “Bed Bug Cities List,” a ranking of the 50 most-infested cities based on the pest-control company’s annual tally of its residential and commercial bed bug treatments across the country.
Baltimore homicide detectives are asking for the public’s help in identifying a masked suspect and a person of interest in the killing of 36-year-old Carmen Rodriguez, who was shot to death in front of her small children in her convenience store near Patterson Park, police said Thursday.
The long-sought renovation of Baltimore’s Lexington Market, the longest continuously operating public market in the country, has acquired $40 million in financing, and construction will begin this year, officials announced Monday.
A Las Vegas apparel maker has applied to trademark “Big Truss,” the Ravens’ unofficial team motto this season — setting the stage for a potential legal challenge by the NFL and even, in theory, by star running back Mark Ingram II, who coined the phrase.
A longtime member of a Baltimore church lost $800 in the latest iteration of a long-running, widespread scam in which scammers pose as friends, family, clergy and others to trick people into wiring money, buying gift cards and sharing personal information.
Human toll collectors around the state won’t be taking drivers’ cash fares much longer, as Maryland approaches the end of its decades-long shift toward fully automated tolling at its bridges and tunnels in the coming years.
The Ravens are among 17 NFL teams that have partnered with local Spanish radio stations in recent years, an integral part of a league-wide effort to broaden the sport’s fan base in the U.S. and abroad.
Throughout 2019, Baltimoreans collectively mourned the deaths of children, men, women: a community activist, a youth sports director, a popular rapper and many more. But after the vigil candles flickered out, it was often the families who continued tending to victims’ memories.
By Lillian Reed, Colin Campbell and Phillip Jackson
The proposal to build a $10 billion high-speed maglev train route between Baltimore and Washington has been put on hold amid an environmental review of historic properties along the proposed 36-mile line that could be affected, according to the federal government.
A Baltimore City crew filled a sinkhole on Patapsco Street in South Baltimore with debris and asphalt Sunday morning and began clearing the wreckage from a corner row house that was demolished Saturday following a partial collapse.
A Hunt Valley attorney is suing Tesla for more than $1 million, alleging the 2017 Model X 75D he bought had serious malfunctions — including faulty autopilot sensors that caused the car to swerve off the road on several occasions to avoid a nonexistent object.
Transportation Security Administration agents found a loaded .25 caliber handgun in the carry-on bag of a Maryland man at a BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport checkpoint on Tuesday — setting a new record with 27 guns caught at the airport in 2019, officials said.
Mild and rainy conditions Tuesday gave way to snow and cold by early Wednesday morning as a front moves through the Baltimore region. One to two inches of snowfall are possible along the Interstate 95 corridor.
After months of negotiations, the state of Maryland and CSX Transportation have come up with the more than $100 million in additional funding needed to move forward with the expansion of the Howard Street Tunnel.
The paychecks of 3,500 Maryland employees were not direct-deposited into their Capital One accounts on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving because of a routing number error on the bank’s part, state officials said.
The Night Before Thanksgiving — that sometimes-wonderful, sometimes-uncomfortable mashup of family, old high-school friends and enough alcohol to make both bearable — is upon us. Worried about who you’ll run into and how you’ll deal? Fear not. Here are some quick survival tips.
Money from former Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh’s “Healthy Holly” book deals — for which she faces federal fraud, tax evasion and conspiracy charges — helped pay for both of her Ashburton homes, according to a federal indictment unsealed Wednesday.
Maryland spent more than $20,000 to mail about 22,000 letters to Hatem Bridge drivers in the past 30 days, warning them that they had been caught speeding on the bridge — and that their E-ZPass accounts could be suspended for two months if they received another violation in the next six months.That isn’t true.