Baltimore City Council voted decisively Monday to support a ban on foam containers for carryout food and drinks, the last step before final approval. Mayor Catherine Pugh says she supports the measure.
Details for Baltimore's third annual Light City festival were announced Tuesday. The expanded April festival will feature one of the founding fathers of rap, plus pay-what-you-want admission to its innovation conferences, the chance for neighborhoods to win ca
A coalition of environmental organizations, community associations, students, businesses, community members and Baltimore City Council members are taking a stand to support a bill that would ban the use of expanded polystyrene food containers.
Some of the elements of the Schroeders’ trip to Baltimore are practical: They had to pick up their son’s belongings from the police station. But they’re also hoping to accomplish something more meaningful while they’re in the city where their oldest son died.
Meg Boyd of the Howard County Conservancy writes the county has a single use plastic problem. The ubiquity of these non-recyclable or under recycled items is an expense, an environmental problem, and in some places, a crisis.
Jeff Middlebrooks, a city planner who helped place Oriole Park at Camden Yards in its downtown Baltimore location, died of complications of flu and lung disease Jan. 27 at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Patterson Place resident was 75.
Citizens know the media aren’t responsible for the eye-popping corruption of the Gun Trace Task Force. You can blame TV stations for reports about out-of-towners becoming crime victims at the Inner Harbor, but the folks with the cameras and the microphones aren’t the ones committing those crimes.
Baltimore Sun video shows Baltimore Police Detective Daniel Hersl standing with a group of officers at Howard and Pratt streets where people had gathered to protest the death of Freddie Gray on April 25, 2015, two days before Gray's funeral and riots broke out in the city.
Reversing previous opposition, Baltimore City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young announced his support for banning stores and restaurants from using the plastic foam containers commonly known as Styrofoam.
With the end of a three-year grant from the state, advocates for the Pride of Baltimore II will appeal to the City Council on Monday as part of an all-hands-on-deck campaign for about $500,000 in funding.
Baltimore has been riddled with controversy since the start of the new year, but Southwest Airlines is singing its praises in an in-flight magazine that will reach more than 5 million readers next month.
After couples say problems with event manager Church and Company have left them in the lurch, operators of wedding venues throughout the Baltimore area are reaching out to disappointed customers, offering alternative sites for weddings and receptions even mere days before the scheduled dates.
Baltimore mayor: Because I believe we can do so much better and must achieve progress faster, it is why I determined the need to appoint new leadership at police headquarters. Like me, Commissioner-Designate Darryl De Sousa is impatient.
Rising crime, unheated schools and a woman in a hospital gown being dumped at a bus stop on a freezing night: At a time when Baltimore is competing with more than 200 cities for Amazon's second headquarters, the last thing the city needed was for such images to go viral.
Noontime New Year's Eve Celebration at Port Discovery Children's Museum features play inside a snow ball wonderland, music, dance, science activities and a noontime countdown with confetti and a balloon drop.
Baltimore Ravens fans, bars and restaurants are juggling their schedules for Sunday, after the NFL bumped the kickoff of the Ravens game to 4:25 p.m. — pushing the end of the game into New Year's Eve celebrations.