An NFL competition committee proposal to ¿make it illegal for an offensive player with an eligible number to report as ineligible and line up outside the core of the formation¿ got the necessary 75 percent approval from team owners during the final day of the league meetings at the Arizona Biltmore resort.
The Ravens divisional round game against the Patriots has fans and the media in both locales buzzing, with anticipation to face a familiar foe taking hold in Baltimore while something resembling fear has swept New England.
We now have the potential to stop a new generation of smokers by regulating the use of vaping indoors, enforcing the sale of e-cigarettes to minors and mandating that they be placed behind the counter in retail establishments. It is time that Baltimore joins nearly 200 other cities and counties, as well as three states, that have enacted prohibitions against using e-cigarettes indoors.
A Columbia-based real estate firm is looking for the right tenant to kickstart development of its waterfront property in Canton, with plans for four glassy office buildings that could create a kind of Harbor farther East
Traffic camera giant Redflex has been lobbying the Rawlings-Blake administration and City Council to take over Baltimore's once-lucrative speed and red light camera network — stressing that it should not be judged by an unfolding scandal in Chicago in which a former top company official is charged with bribery.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake used her first veto since taking office in 2010 to strike down a bill passed by the City Council aimed at reducing or eliminating many of the so-called "minor privilege" fees the city charges.
Rich Thomas has run more than two dozen professional golf events over the past 14 years, but from its inception more than year ago the LPGA's International Crown at Caves Valley Golf Club in Owings Mills has felt different to its tournament director. "It's not even close," Thomas said.
A renewed effort is underway in Baltimore to impose a fee on most plastic bags handed out in city stores, and supporters believe that charging a nickel for each sack, rather than a dime, will allow the measure to gain enough backing to become law.
It took the Baltimore Police crime lab well over a year to link a Southeast Baltimore man to a 2012 rape due to a backlog in DNA analysis. Before officers could arrest him, police say he attacked again.
Food truck operators packed into Baltimore City Council chambers on Tuesday to testify on an administration bill that would change the way food trucks operate in the city. The food-truck vendors told the committee they are concerned about new parking restrictions and other provisions in the bill, which would turn over turn over the supervision of food trucks to the city¿s department of general services.
A series of public meetings for Baltimore residents to voice their concerns about preliminary city plans to add more parking and an access road to Patterson Park have been canceled, according to city officials.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has called for the formation of a working group of local residents and city officials to study the Patterson Park Master Plan and make recommendations on future improvements.
By By Luke Broadwater and Kevin Rector and The Baltimore Sun
A day after hundreds of Baltimore residents voiced strong opposition to a preliminary plan to add more parking spaces and an access road to Patterson Park, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said Tuesday that she was creating a "working group" to study the park's future.
Hundreds of Baltimore residents voiced strong opposition to a preliminary plan to add more parking spaces and an access road to Patterson Park during a community meeting there Monday night — at times shouting down city officials trying to explain it.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on Wednesday said Councilman James Kraft has unnecessarily riled up the community around Patterson Park over a preliminary proposal to build nearly 100 parking spaces in the park to accommodate a new senior center.