Marathoners streamed into the Baltimore Convention Center Thursday to pick up their race packets as Blue Angels practicing their formations screamed overhead — the first signs of what officials expect to be a busy, crowded, chaotic weekend in the city.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is scheduled to address members of the National Guard in Baltimore today — his first campaign event since Democratic Hillary Clinton described some of his supporters as "a basket of deplorables."
A four-day conference of Maryland's Fraternal Order of Police officially opens with a reception Sunday night. But those convening at the Hyatt in Baltimore were greeted first by protesters Sunday afternoon.
A national Muslim-American organization is planning to hold its annual convention in Baltimore this weekend, expecting to draw 26,000 or more people to the Convention Center for a slate of programs aimed at "dispelling destructive myths about the Islamic faith and about Muslim Americans."
Former Mayor Sheila Dixon on Tuesday released a 19-page plan to improve economic development in Baltimore that includes a $15 hourly minimum wage for city workers, a $21 million investment in job training and increased emphasis on growing women- and minority-owned businesses.
The American Craft Council hopes to spark a new conversation this weekend with its kickoff show at the Baltimore Convention Center, where it will debut its latest exhibition "Style Slam" — a visual focus on the intersection of fashion and crafts.
In a series of decisions aimed at keeping its students safe from civil unrest in the city, Harford County Public Schools again last month banned trips to Baltimore before modifying the prohibition this week.
The props are simple for stand-up paddleboarding, a growing sport that has caught the fancy of a range of outdoor enthusiasts, from anglers to fitness buffs. You can exercise, fish or lounge on paddleboards, in the ocean, bay or river. There are paddleboards built for racing and others that can swing a hammock; paddleboards made for kids and those with rubberized grips that can hold your dog. There are even inflatable paddleboards that can be rolled up as carry-on luggage.
New Orioles right-hander Vance Worley arrived in Baltimore earlier this month for his introduction to a new organization, meeting new teammates and interacting with fans at this month¿s FanFest event at the Baltimore Convention Center.
Though the Orioles still are at least one experienced starting pitcher short of getting back to even this offseason, the fans who crowded into the Baltimore Convention Center for FanFest on Saturday seemed positively inclined toward the front office's early effort. The Orioles have traded for a possible replacement for Chris Davis, retained Matt Wieters and are a few details away from re-signing Darren O'Day. And it was hard to find any fans who were dissatisfied with the level of proactivity
It could have been the mild weather this morning. Maybe it's the optimism for a successful 2016 after recent Orioles offseason moves. Whatever the case, more than hour before the first season-ticket holder session began saw a long line wrapping the Convention Center for Orioles FanFest.