General Motors will announce Wednesday the launch of its Maven Express Drive car-sharing service in Baltimore Wednesday, debuting a fleet of 40 Chevrolets, GMCs and Cadillacs that can be rented at 20 locations in the city for $8 to $20 per hour, or $80 to $200 a day.
After having to reschedule its date because of spring snow and sleet the previous weekend, Romancing the Chrome celebrated its fifth anniversary in beautiful weather in Jarrettsville on Saturday with over 270 automobiles exhibited and more and more than 3,000 spectators attending.
General Motors Baltimore Operations and Koons Chevrolet donated a 15-passenger van to the nonprofit Penn North on Wednesday, which will help the organization transport clients to pharmacies, job fairs, doctor appointments and more.
56-year-old Ellicott City resident Bill Vanko is a wildlife photographer, training the lens of his Canon 7D on varied landscapes to capture and illuminate strikingly intricate images. His inquisitiveness, he notes, dovetails perfectly with his full-time job as a news anchor and reporter for WBAL radio.
Betty L. Waghelstein, the former president and owner of Luby Chevrolet, whose East Baltimore Art Deco showroom was a landmark for decades, died Nov. 26 at Roland Park Place of complications from a broken hip. She was 89.