Lobbyist Sean Malone on Friday objected to a Baltimore inspector general's report that alleged a former top mayoral aide attempted to steer a lucrative speed camera contract to a firm represented by Malone.
Baltimore's Inspector General on Thursday accused Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's former chief of staff of using inappropriately attempting to steer a lucrative speed camera contract to one of three firms bidding for the deal.
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.
Dressed in a hospital patient's gown and riding in a wheelchair, injured Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta arrived at a Halloween party Monday night in a costume that winked and nodded at his career-threatening hip injury, even if the long-term prognosis of the injury is still unclear.
Emmanuel United Methodist Church will hold a community Recycling Bike and Sewing Machine Collection on Oct. 18, 9 a.m. to noon. Bikes around the World will collect bicycles and portable sewing machines to send to developing nations.
People lined up outside the Baltimore Convention Center on Wednesday well before the 58th annual Goodwill Thanksgiving Dinner began at noon, and within the first hour dozens departed with bellies full and leftovers in tow, bypassing hundreds still standing in line eager to be fed.
Hundreds of people gathered on site and online Wednesday for the first public opportunity to buy the silenced remains of the Sparrows Point steel mill — from forklifts and slab haulers to cabinets and snowblowers.