A possible victory for one local community in their contentious battle over trees. Baltimore County schools have agreed to halt plans to destroy a dozen trees in Rodgers Forge for an upcoming school renovation project.
Dead zones are a sign the Chesapeake is in trouble—and most every summer, one appears in the bay.
With the warm weather the number of people looking to feast on hard crabs is increasing, but prices are at record levels.
The most celebrated athlete in the history of American sports was born in Baltimore, and on the 100th anniversary of the start of his professional career, there is a new exhibit a the Babe Ruth Museum.
It’s being called the concert of the summer. Monday night, hip hop supercouple Jay-Z and Beyonce took over M&T Bank Stadium here in Baltimore.
The ESPY Awards are just a few days away and one Maryland athlete is hoping to bring enough votes to take home an award.
Right out of the tape, we take water for granted—but in Baltimore, that fresh drink is traveling through some pretty old pipes.
Construction plans for upgrades to a middle school in the heart of the Rodgers Forge community are underway. But according the blueprints, workers are set to uproot several historic trees.
Millions of Americans are heading home from their holiday destinations, and it seems travel this Fourth of July may have hit their wallet and patience a little harder.
This holiday weekend is rife with crab feasts, especially when the weather is as nice as it’s been. But a new report released this week warns that the number of crabs headed to your table is down.
They call it the “summer slide” — children forgetting some of what they’ve learned in school as their minds sit idle in the summertime.
Don’t drink and drive. That’s the message from Maryland State Police this holiday weekend, as millions hit the road for Fourth of July celebrations.