On Monday, more than 800 people had signed up to participate in a planned protest in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. But shortly after noon Tuesday, when the protest was scheduled to begin, only a handful of people had shown up.
Organizers of the 16th annual Baltimore Book Festival, which opens Friday, say they couldn't care less that a larger, glitzier, more star-studded event is being held on the exact same weekend in the nation's capital just 40 miles to the south.
Mayoral challengers assailed incumbent Stephanie Rawlings-Blake in a vitriolic candidate forum Tuesday night, accusing her of burying Baltimoreans in burdensome taxes and funneling too much money to developers.
The Enoch Pratt Free Library is in search of Civil War era documents and wants to preserve them on computers and share them on the Internet. Librarians have joined up with the Maryland Digital Cultural Heritage Program.
Baltimore's nonemergency call center will remain open under its current hours, a reversal of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's planned cuts to the 311 program's budget, under a plan approved by the city's spending board Wednesday.
As work begins on a statewide fiber-optic network that will connect every Maryland school, college, hospital, police and fire station, senior center and library, businesspeople are hoping to get involved
Despite a new upscale locale, a New York-inspired structure, a celebrity announcer, and the addition of national retailers, ticket prices for Baltimore Fashion Week will be less expensive than last year, according to the event's executive director.