The U.S. Coast Guard's shipyard in Curtis Bay has nailed down some new work in the next five years, signing a memorandum of understanding to provide ship maintenance for the Atlantic fleet of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The Ladies Auxiliary to the VFW Post 8185 served dinner to a group of veterans from Perry Point VA on July 13 at the post home. Ladies Auxiliary President Kathy Heaton and her kitchen crew of Stephanie Gibson, Anne Gibson, Steven Farley, Shirley Eller and Brenda Alexander served up barbecue chicken and fixings while Shirley Mackey led the large group in line dancing
Emergency personnel will converge on Inner Harbor waters near Canton on Wednesday as part of a staged water taxi disaster, an event geared toward assessing rescue capabilities and practicing response techniques.
As the nation enjoys a boom in crude oil production and grapples with the heightened risks and logistical constraints of moving ever-increasing volumes of the volatile commodity through its cities and towns, two companies in Baltimore appear to be carving out a new local foothold for the industry.
Byron G. "Geoff" Tosi Jr., who was the semi-retired president and CEO of Albre Marble Restoration Specialist Inc., died Friday of complications from emphysema at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was 70.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
Amtrak and commuter rail service across the Susquehanna River was back to normal Thursday morning, hours after a tugboat crashed into the bridge between Harford and Cecil counties, causing delays to trains while inspectors checked the span and deemed it safe.
Harford County held a veterans' muster in Bel Air Saturday, an event designed to get Harford and Cecil county veterans connected with the appropriate services, as well as to honor veterans of the Vietnam War era and women who served during the World War II, Korean War and Vietnam eras.
Carnival Cruise Lines announced on Thursday that it will be returning its Pride cruise liner to the port of Baltimore in March, after new technologies helped it meet federal environmental regulations that threatened to drive up costs.
As a second blast of cold to hit the region this month lingers, ice is collecting on local bays, rivers and canals as it hasn't since perhaps the 1990s, crimping seafood harvests, jacking up energy bills for marinas and prompting warnings for daredevils in ice skates.
The mass of some of the coldest air to descend on the United States in two decades brought wind chills to as cold as 15 degrees below zero in Baltimore early Tuesday morning, shattering at least one record with more cold lasting into Wednesday.
Layering on another environmental impact statement to the Cove Point LNG export proposal — potentially adding significant delays and expense so soon after another impact statement has been completed — is like asking a driver to begin with a learner's permit every time the license is renewed.
After a challenging morning — particularly on the south and west sides of the beltway — traffic appears to be clearing out as of 9 a.m. around Baltimore. Maryland Department of Transportation cameras show that things are moving, though slowly in some areas.
In White Marsh, a two-vehicle collision on I-95 South prior to the MD 43 (White Marsh) exit has kept the southbound right shoulder closed for an hour after the incident occurred at 8:07 a.m., according to the state Department of Transportation.
The state Department of Transportation on Wednesday said that traffic on the northbound Baltimore Washington Parkway in Anne Arundel County has been reopened at 8:12 a.m. as officials work to clear portions of the roadway that according to the U.S. Park Police had been completely shutdown due to an early morning accident resulting in a pedestrian fatality.
By By Kevin Rector and Joe Burris and The Baltimore Sun
A three-vehicle collision in Baltimore City on Interstate 95 South at the Baltimore Washington Parkway exit has closed three of four southbound traffic lanes and both southbound shoulders at 8:45 a.m. on Wednesday, according to the state Department of Transportation.