Baltimore Church Working To Fight Opioid EpidemicBrown Memorial Presbyterian Church dedicated part of service Sunday to teach parishioners about the opioid epidemic.
Baltimore Church Gets Street Renamed After Pastor Who Helped Rebuild Following FireA church in Northwest Baltimore is now on a brand new street -- but it hasn't moved.
Bill Requires Neighborhood Input Into Baltimore ProjectLegislation that would require neighborhood participation in an effort to revive a stalled redevelopment project at State Center in midtown Baltimore is advancing in Maryland's state legislature.
Latte Competitions Brewing At Coffee Fest In BaltimoreIf you're a coffee lover, Baltimore is the place to be this weekend.
Missing Baltimore Man Found SafePolice are asking for the public's help to find a missing 53-year-old man.
Correctional Officer Convicted Of Attacking Baltimore InmateA correctional officer has been found guilty of attacking an inmate at Baltimore's booking jail.
Project JumpStart Saving Baltimore Lives By Teaching TradesOne man from West Baltimore says his pathway to becoming a carpenter saved his life.
Baltimore City Council Moves Forward With Bill Limiting Crude Oil ExpansionThe Baltimore City Council is moving forward on a measure that would ban new crude oil terminals from doing business in Baltimore and prevent the two existing terminals from expanding.
Baltimore Black Restaurant Week Gaining Notoriety; Discounts, Specials AvailableBaltimore celebrates Black Restaurant Week with specials and discounts.
Suspect Wanted For 9 Dunkin Donuts, Subway Robberies ArrestedPolice have arrested a suspect they believe is responsible for nine robberies of Dunkin Donuts and Subway stores.
Baltimore Area Ties Record High Set Nearly 90 Years AgoClear skies and record highs are bringing a warm up to the Baltimore area Tuesday.
Lieutenant Governor Candidate Is A Former Baltimore ProsecutorDemocratic candidate for Governor Rushern L. Baker III chooses former Baltimore prosecutor Elizabeth Embry as his running mate.