It’s been one week since Baltimore launched one of the strictest youth curfews in the nation. City leaders say it’s already working to get children off the streets.
Orioles reliever Brian Matusz intended to throw his pitch off the plate, down in the dirt, anywhere so Mike Aviles couldn’t hit it. When it flew over the left-field wall and landed on the pedestrian walkway, Matusz knew he had made a big mistake.
Baltimore City is ten days away from its official entry into the world of gaming.
Baltimore’s mayor will meet with residents along 26th Street to talk about the investigation into April’s landslide.
Celebrity chef and Maryland native Bryan Voltaggio is facing drunk driving charges.
Food, fun and friendship. It’s all happening this weekend in the streets of Little Italy.
This Labor Day, end your summer the right way by celebrating with any one of these fun activities that Baltimore offers its residents.
A former president of a community-college campus in Michigan has been chosen to lead Baltimore City Community College.
A deadly police shooting sparks a week of rising tensions in Ferguson, Missouri. Protestors take to the streets of Baltimore to rally for the victim, 18-year-old Michael Brown.
Getting a facelift. Lexington Market, in the heart of downtown, may be getting a multi-million dollar makeover. Officials say they want to appeal to a broader base of customers.
Baltimore City school leaders are scrambling to close the gap and fill scores of vacant teaching positions. The start of school is less than two weeks away.
City police are investigating an armed robbery at a Baltimore business.