Millions of dollars and resources are poured into communities in or near the Inner Harbor or Harbor East while areas like West Baltimore consistently struggle with economic growth and residents live in food deserts
Hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets around City Hall in Baltimore for a march that was as much about celebrating women’s recent political and social gains as it was a protest of the policies of President Donald Trump's administratiion.
Nearly 10 years have passed since city leaders first announced a plan to reinvigorate Baltimore’s ailing central business district. And a residential boom has clearly occurred. But is downtown reinvigorated? Last year's headlines suggest not.
Members of the Howard County Bird Club went to bed early on New Year’s Eve so they’d wake in time to kick off the new year with a morning bird-watching trek at the Howard County Conservancy's Mount Pleasant. For passionate birders, New Year’s Eve’s midnight fireworks over the Inner Harbo
Fireworks visibility might be low, and you might want to seek cover from intermittent rain, but New Year’s Eve night is expected to be in the 50s in Baltimore — and New Year’s Day could get up to nearly 60, according to the National Weather Service.
No one should spend the holidays wondering if they’ll have a roof over their heads come January. Let’s work together to keep Baltimoreans in their homes and make the city a safer, more vibrant place for everyone.
Whether you have champagne wishes and caviar dreams, or prefer to ring in the new year with a can of Natty Boh and a burger and fries, the Baltimore area’s bars and restaurants have something for everyone.
The Maryland Insurance Administration’s plan to move from the corner of St. Paul and Lexington streets to the Montgomery Park Business Center in Southwest Baltimore would cost the downtown area 250 jobs and Baltimore City hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue in the first year alone.
Baltimore-area businesses weathered failed deals, layoffs, closings and restructuring in 2018. But some started new chapters by expanding or merging, and new development sprouted all over and one new industry spread like a weed.
Time is of the essence for Baltimore restaurateur Tony Foreman. It’s something that has been in the back of his mind since birth. “I spent my entire time knowing that I have a bad heart and that time is limited,” he said.
A new report from the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science predicts sea levels around the state could rise by as little as 1 foot or as much as 7 feet by the end of the century — it all depends on how much carbon the world emits into the atmosphere.
After dismissing two less ambitious options, the Maryland Stadium Authority proposed replacing Baltimore's faded Pimlico Race Course with a stylish – and costly – new track designed to open up its amenities to the surrounding community year-round and encourage development in the area.
Since the story of a woman who was fatally stabbed in Baltimore while helping a panhandler made national news this week, Morles and some of Baltimore’s other homeless citizens who panhandle say they have seen the number of motorists willing to lower their windows dive.
Martin L. Millspaugh Jr., who shaped the redevelopment of downtown Baltimore from the demolition of the old O’Neill’s department store through the Inner Harbor, died of cancer Tuesday at Roland Park Place.
The $189 million replacement of the Interstate 895 bridge north of the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel — and expected heavy delays as the expressway is narrowed to one lane in either direction for three years — is scheduled to begin Tuesday.
I encourage everyone to get out, volunteer, advocate and collaborate with our local organizations to help make Baltimore and it's harbor a cleaner, more enjoyable community. It's everyone's responsibility.
Reed Cordish, who left his family’s development firm for a year-long stint leading a White House effort on infrastructure and government innovation, plans to announce that he has invested in a five-year-old Baltimore-based sports management agency.
Upgrades planned for Rash Field, the multi-purpose swath on the south shore of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, have been refined and could get underway next fall, according to the Waterfront Partnership, a city non-profit leading the work.
The Maryland Sports Boosters put on a 1983 World Series reunion gala on Wednesday night in conjunction with the Babe Ruth Museum. There were plenty of players from that team in attendance and many of them were wondering when the Orioles will knock them off that pedestal.
The president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops opened the organization’s most closely scrutinized meeting in years by announcing that the nation’s bishops will not vote in Baltimore on a series of action plans meant to address a new sex abuse scandal that has engulfed the church.
Major delays are expected on Interstate 895 beginning later this month and continuing for the next three years, as the Maryland Transportation Authority limits the expressway to one lane in each direction for a $189 million replacement of the bridge north of the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel.
The Baltimore auditor says that after reviewing a dozen performance claims by the city transportation department, from efficiency of street lights to numbers of people using Circulator buses, she was unable to conclude in most cases whether the claims were accurate.