The Baltimore area will remain under a flood watch through Tuesday evening, with coastal flooding expected late Monday into Wednesday morning, according to the National Weather Service. The area will also endure heavy rain and high winds throughout the next two days
The Yankees are coming, and Baltimore's economy is ready. Less than 24 hours after the Orioles' playoff clinching win, city businesses are preparing for an influx of dough generated from Sunday's game against the New York Yankees.
Baltimore City schools, despite tightening budgets and a perpetual rallying cry for more funding, administrators spent roughly $500,000 over the last year and half on expenses such as a $7,300 office retreat at a downtown hotel.
Maryland lawmakers are poised this week to transform the state's restrictive gambling law into one that allows six full-blown Vegas-style casinos, complete with roulette wheels and poker tables open 24 hours a day.
Maryland officials gave the go-ahead for a two-story casino near the Camden Yards stadium complex in Baltimore Tuesday while letting the developers of a Western Maryland casino scale back their plans for Rocky Gap.
An Atlanta woman is going to federal prison for injecting the buttocks of women with silicone intended to be used as a paint additive or furniture polish, causing serious injuries to a Baltimore exotic dancer.
A planned conversion of the Tremont Plaza Hotel to an Embassy Suites, a Hilton Worldwide brand, would threaten the city-owned Hilton Baltimore Convention Center Hotel as it struggles to reach stability, city development say.
If there's a great view of Fourth of July fireworks from your restaurant, why not make a party out of it? And if you've got an absolutely amazing view and can get away with charging a premium, I say go for it. It's the American way. These restaurants really do have a view worth the trouble.
North Charles Street looked much as it did after last year's Hurricane Irene, with a trail of felled trees, especially on the lawn of the Church of the Redeemer, in Homeland. In Guilford, streets were divided by who had power. One side of Suffolk Road did, the other didn't. Farther north, Charlesmead Road was closed and the grocery store Eddie's of Roland Park on North Charles Street was running on generator power. Neighborhoods such as Lake Walker in the York Road corridor also saw heavy tree
Days after political talks on expanding gambling in Maryland collapsed, a group pushing for a casino at National Harbor has taken its case to the public by buying television ads in the Baltimore market and staging a rally in Annapolis.
After sinking millions of dollars into the dream of a world-class tourist destination in the mountains of Western Maryland, the state is poised to cut its losses and turn the Rocky Gap hotel and conference center over to a private company that will open a casino at the lakeside resort.
The developers of National Harbor announced Friday they have reached an agreement with Las Vegas giant MGM Resorts International to develop a luxury casino at the proposed gambling site on the Potomac River.
When President Barack Obama comes to Baltimore for a fundraiser Tuesday at an Inner Harbor hotel, he'll first stop at the home of an Owings Mills developer who has kept a remarkably low profile despite having poured hundreds of thousands of dollars into Democratic campaigns over the past decade.
Jamal Lewis filed for bankruptcy in Georgia in April, claiming $14.5 million in assets and $10.6 million in debts — among them, a more than $350,000 judgment on a defaulted loan from the bank whose name hangs over Ravens stadium.