Barely a week after a gunman opened fire in a Pittsburgh synagogue and killed 11 people, Baltimore’s Jewish community will come together at a long-planned literary festival in an attempt to affirm the healing power of the written and spoken word.
Charm City Circulator service was canceled on the system’s Green and Banner routes and severely limited on the Purple and Orange routes with less than 24 hours’ notice, leaving riders frustrated, during the transition to a new bus vendor Thursday.
Two of the Charm City Circulator’s routes will be suspended Thursday, and the other two will have limited service, as Baltimore transitions to a new vendor, which is still testing its buses for safety and has yet to finalize a contract with the city.
Baltimore’s mayor and City Council members are just about halfway through their four-year terms, and an unpleasant question looms: Are they making progress in changing the city for the better? Spoiler alert: It doesn’t seem like it
This summer's heavy rains have caused multiple overflows from the city's aging, decrepit sewer system, dumping more than than 135 million gallons of sewage-tainted stormwater into the city's waterways, much of it into the Jones Falls.
A coastal flood warning remains in effect along the shoreline in Anne Arundel County through 6 a.m. Friday with an advisory then in effect until 9 p.m. Friday and a watch in effect through Saturday morning.
Henry "Pete" Clements, a Baltimore Polytechnic Institute graduate who went on to become a colonel in the U.S. Air Force and associate director of NASA's Johnson Space Flight Center, died of an acute cardiac event Aug. 10 in McMahan, Texas. He was 92.
The 500 employees of mid-Atlantic headquarters will be moving in to new 1 Light Street tower headquarters in mid-September. Bank says they have used about half dozen longtime, Baltimore firms to design space, design furniture, create signage and create large photo murals.
The bicycle lobby seems to have taken over Baltimore, rearranging streets and the city's fire code. Why should the rest of us, the great majority of the population, permit these people to inconvenience us and waste our tax dollars, especially when they are a tiny fraction of the population?