William H. Cole IV has led Baltimore’s quasi-public development agency since then Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake appointed him in 2014. He will become a partner in the consulting firm Margrave Strategies, which was founded by former Howard County Executive Ken Ulman.
On the 'Analytics in Baseball Operations' panel Saturday at Orioles FanFest, assistant general manager Sig Mejdal and senior director of international scouting Koby Pérez outlined how the analytics that will drive the Orioles' rebuild can produce results on the field.
Near the end of the Orioles’ season-ticket holders’ Q&A with executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias and manager Brandon Hyde on Saturday at FanFest, a longtime Orioles fan boiled down their greatest challenge as simply as anyone could.
The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association plans to announce Tuesday that it will move its popular men’s and women’s basketball tournaments to Baltimore for three years beginning in 2021, potentially providing a huge economic boost to the city.
The Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration will resume Light RailLink service beginning at 5 a.m. Friday after infrastructure repairs were made to fill sinkholes at North Howard and West Lexington streets in Baltimore.
Since the story of a woman who was fatally stabbed in Baltimore while helping a panhandler made national news this week, Morles and some of Baltimore’s other homeless citizens who panhandle say they have seen the number of motorists willing to lower their windows dive.
The interim director of Baltimore’s human resources department said there have been significant staffing changes at the agency since his predecessor resigned in the midst of an inspector general investigation that documented a “culture of fear.”
Baltimore’s mayor and City Council members are just about halfway through their four-year terms, and an unpleasant question looms: Are they making progress in changing the city for the better? Spoiler alert: It doesn’t seem like it
For the sixth year in a row, fans of the animated series “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic” are converging at the Baltimore Convention Center for the annual BronyCon, a celebration of brony culture.
City and state economic development leaders have concluded that a plan to build a replacement for Royal Farms Arena on the site of the Baltimore Convention Center is too ambitious and complicated to be realistic.
As GBC chair, I will work on several new initiatives. First, we will address the future of the Pimlico Race Course, home of the Preakness Stakes. Second, we will tackle an expanded Baltimore Convention Center, the state of Maryland’s largest convention venue.