A 19-year-old waitress at Hooters in downtown Baltimore has been awarded worker's compensation for allegedly contracting active tuberculosis from a co-worker at the Harborplace restaurant, according to her attorney.
Baltimore will launch its commemoration of the War of 1812 by land, sea and air this week, starting with parachute jumps into Camden Yards and a parade of tall ships into the harbor. The history-filled week features music, fireworks and an air show over Fort McHenry.
A 51-year-old federal office worker was jumped and beaten by up to five juveniles Thursday morning in downtown Baltimore¿s Hopkins Plaza ¿ an apparent random attack and the latest in a series of assaults in the heart of the city.
Nik Wallenda, a seventh-generation member of the Flying Wallenda family, plans to walk a high wire above Baltimore's Inner Harbor on May 9. The stunt will promote a new Ripley's Believe It or Not odditorium and is his last performance before a June 15 walk across Niagara Falls
Downtown Baltimore lost nearly 10 percent of its jobs in 2011, but demand grew for offices, apartments and hotel rooms and more than 700 new residents moved in, statistics unveiled Thursday by the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore show
Peyton Skipwith Cochran Jr., a longtime Rouse Co. executive who helped develop shopping centers but was deeply interested in land preservation, died Thursday at Springwell Senior Living in Baltimore after suffering a stroke. He was 85.
Thomas K. Pettit, a retired Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. civil engineer who later owned a natural food store, died Tuesday from complications after gall bladder surgery at Northwest Hospital Center. He was 86.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
At half past noon on New Year's Eve, slivers of yellow confetti had already littered the main lobby of the Maryland Science Center, where employees worked to sweep them up. The ball had already dropped.