The Baltimore County executive, Don Mohler, harshly criticized a proposal from two county legislators to cut late-night weekend bus service to White Marsh Mall after a fight on Saturday led to the arrest of nine people.
The Baltimore City Council president and a representative of a Northeast Baltimore district said Thursday that they were strongly opposed to a proposal to cut bus service to White Marsh Mall after a fight over the weekend. They believe some supporters of the proposal are motivated by racism.
As Secretaries of the Maryland Departments of the Environment (MOE) and Natural Resources (DNR), implementing Governor Larry Hogan's vision for a cleaner, healthier Chesapeake Bay that will be preserved for future generations is our shared guiding principle and top priority.
Baltimore has committed to spending roughly $125,000 to install safety equipment around the Inner Harbor following pleas from the parents of a 26-year-old man who died earlier this year after falling into the frigid waters.
As a “car-less” (not “careless!”) downtown millennial, I love the concept of Bird scooters in Baltimore. But is Bird just a toy, or could it become a lasting component of the city's struggling public transportation infrastructure? So far, there seem to be more questions than answers.
The heavy rains over the past week and a half have washed millions of gallons of sewage into Chesapeake Bay waterways, including Baltimore's Inner Harbor, along with unknown amounts of nitrogen and sediment pollution.
Ride the Ducks, which runs amphibious boat attractions, operated in Baltimore until 2009, when it shut down shortly after its workers sought to unionize. A Ride the Ducks boat in Missouri sank on Thursday evening, killing 17.
I was born in Baltimore. I love it. I defend it to critics. But Baltimore has problems beyond the big ones everyone knows about. I’m referring to the everyday annoyances of living here, which seem to be getting worse.
J. Henry “Hank” Butta, who rose from the mailroom to become president of the old Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co. and was a close advisor to former Governor William D. Schaefer, died of heart disease Tuesday at his Davidsonville home. He was 90.
City and state economic development leaders have concluded that a plan to build a replacement for Royal Farms Arena on the site of the Baltimore Convention Center is too ambitious and complicated to be realistic.
Rob Hiaasen's wryly observant writing style and his generous mentoring of young journalists assured him of a role in several newsrooms, from The Baltimore Sun to, most recently, The Capital Gazette, where he tragically was killed along with colleagues on Thursday.
Bird, a scooter-sharing startup, launched a pilot fleet of more than 60 dockless, electric scooters Thursday around the Baltimore Harbor. They can be rented for $1 to start and an additional 15 cents a minute, using a mobile app.
The Preakness should move to Laural. The Pimlico Race Course actually hurts rather than helps the local economy. We have it backward: The neighborhood surrounding Pimlico is not decaying and poor in spite of the track, but at least partly because of it.