- When videos of beatings threatened the family-friendly reputation of Ocean City, town officials brought forth a new policing strategy, one that put more officers on the boardwalk and clamped down on offenses from fighting to smoking.
- The four-block, mostly industrial stretch in South Baltimore, known as the Warner Street corridor, could draw hundreds of thousands of visitors annually.
- Scores of Baltimore-area arts and entertainment venues that have struggled in the pandemic will get tens of millions of dollars in federal SBA grants, including the Lyric, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and the National Aquarium.
- With summer vacation season in full swing and COVID cases abating, BWI Marshall Airport is seeing a surge in passengers eager to travel after over a year of pandemic restrictions. But nationwide pilot staffing shortages and a recent surge in airline delays have raised concerns about how smooth the return to normal will be.
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- Stonewall Capital argues the rail company lacks the authority to acquire private property for public use through eminent domain.
- "Some of the most memorable moments were walking around and discovering small gems and coffee shops that aren’t on any travel guide and you could only find if you strolled around town aimlessly."
- Air travel can be difficult in the best of times, with cramped planes, screaming babies, flight delays and short tempers. Throw in a pandemic, and the anxiety level can rise quickly.
- Disney World has shared details about how it will celebrate its 50th anniversary. Plans include the new nighttime spectaculars at Magic Kingdom and Epcot, plus a daytime show at Animal Kingdom and 50 golden character statues in its theme parks.
- Marylanders are expected to break travel records this Fourth of July, with more than a million people projected to hit the roads and take to the air for holiday vacation and celebrations, according to a AAA forecast.
- Democratic Councilman Kristerfer Burnett's bill would bar the use of the technology by residents, businesses and most of Baltimore city government until December 2022.
- The Baltimore Office for Promotion and the Arts officials told the city's inspector general that it left the banners up because of circumstances related to the coronavirus pandemic.
- A bill to boost wages for more than 2,000 contracted workers at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport and Baltimore Penn Station became law Tuesday.
- Beachbound sun-seekers are sure to return in force to Ocean City this summer. The question is whether the resort town will have enough cooks and cleaners, servers and salespeople to handle the crowds.
- As passenger traffic rebounds from the pandemic, travelers returning to BWI Marshall Airport for the first time in more than a year will notice plenty of differences since their last trip to the airport.
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