Baltimore Gets A Fourth Trash Wheel Next YearA new trash wheel is coming to Baltimore, the fourth one cleaning up the City's waterways.
Baltimore Business Owners Take Action In Lawsuit Following 2015 RiotsDozens of business owners are suing Baltimore because they said city leadership failed to protect them and their property during the 2015 riots.
Md., Va. Students Build 'Reef Balls' To Support Chesapeake Bay OystersIt's not every school project that gets dropped overboard.
Time Magazine: Russian Election Hack Worse Than Initially ThoughtTime Magazine reports that a Russian cyber attack in more than 20 states is worse than initially thought.
New Plains Zebra Joins Herd At Maryland ZooThe Maryland Zoo is getting a new addition to its zebra heard. Adanna, also known as "Addie" is a two-year-old plains zebra.
Sagamore Pendry Hotel Named Best Of America's Hotel PoolsVogue Magazine has named Baltimore's Sagamore Pendry Hotel one of "The Hottest Hotel Pools to Cool Down In This Summer."
Survey: 17.8 Million Vacation Days Left Unused By Maryland WorkersMany Maryland workers could probably use a vacation, according to a new study by Project Time Off.
Veolia Continues Cleanup Efforts After Steam Pipe ExplosionVeolia North America reports that about 75 percent of the site impacted by the steam pipe explosion Tuesday has been cleaned.
McKeldin Square To Reopen To The PublicDowntown Partnership of Baltimore is reopening McKeldin Square.
Orioles Honor One Armed Teen With Opening CatchThe Baltimore Orioles honored a Tennessee teenager with the ceremonial "first catch" ahead of Wednesday night's game against the Cleveland Indians.
War of Words Between City Police Union And Baltimore Police DepartmentThe president of Baltimore's police union says the City police department, has no long term plan to fight crime.
Baltimore Business Owners File Lawsuit Against Police, Mayor And Officials For 2015 Riots Dozens of Baltimore City business owners have filed suit against the Baltimore Police Department, former Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and other city officials, claiming they mishandled the City's response to the 2015 rioting.