Plastic is forever. It seems we can’t live without it. And our silence about this cheap and convenient modern invention has been deafening — until now. People are beginning to speak out about plastic. But even more, it’s time to make those words actionable. Here’s what you can do.
Before Baltimoreans started declaring their allegiances to the Washington Capitals, there were the Baltimore Skipjacks, a scrappy AHL team that gave rise to the likes of Barry Trotz, Claude Julien and Bruce Bourdreau.
As GBC chair, I will work on several new initiatives. First, we will address the future of the Pimlico Race Course, home of the Preakness Stakes. Second, we will tackle an expanded Baltimore Convention Center, the state of Maryland’s largest convention venue.
Levels of bacteria in Baltimore streams fell dramatically in 2017, according to a water quality report released Monday. The city's Healthy Harbor Initiative and advocacy group Blue Water Baltimore say it appears water pollution is decreasing, but it's too early to say for sure.
Progress and change will come to Baltimore, not because of the sole vision and efforts of Mayor Catherine Pugh, one hard-working and dedicated public official. It will come because the many others of us who are as impatient as she is, joined with her to get it right for all citizens.
Baltimore’s 21st annual “Bike to Work Day” event Friday, for which transportation officials had planned a ride to promote bicycling, has been postponed until June 1 due to rain in the forecast, officials said.
Joe Flacco still hasn’t revealed how he feels about the Ravens using their second first-round draft pick Thursday night to bring in a young quarterback who figures to be groomed as his eventual replacement. He only spoke to fans at the Ravens' DraftFest event.
Maryland environmental regulators are requiring the owner of the Conowingo Dam to find a way to limit pollution that flows down the Susquehanna River from reaching the Chesapeake Bay, because the structure is no longer effectively trapping the sediment and nutrients washing down from Pennsylvania.
Bill Band, 60-plus, Ruxton Crossing resident, photographs sharks as a hobby. He will be speaking about his work at Hunt's Memorial United Methodist Church on April 28. The event is at Hunt's Church on 4/28.
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh signed a pair of bills at a City Hall ceremony Thursday. One bans the use of foam food containers in the city and the other stops restaurants from offering sodas and other sugary drinks as part of children's menus.
The Orioles on Thursday announced a season-long schedule of new theme nights for the 2018 season. Several new events will debut this season, including Yoga at The Yard, LGBT Pride Night, Star Wars Night, Bark at Oriole Park, and The Sandlot Movie Night.
The Loyola Blakefield team — the only Maryland school to make it to the final round of the national CyberPatriot contest — spent hours in quiet concentration, trying to earn points by defeating hackers and securing the computer servers of a fictional company.
“It’s 100 percent unacceptable,” Commissioner Darryl De Sousa said Monday of Pinky Louise Ruffin’s killing, after he walked the cherry blossom-lined 3900 block of W. Mulberry St. in Allendale where she lived and was shot.