Saturday is the Fourth of July, and Baltimore will be celebrating in a big way.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake says a special commission will make recommendations for each of the different Confederate-era monuments and their future in Baltimore.
Police in Baltimore report that 14 people have been shot in the city since Sunday night.
Trees came down all across the area, causing property damage and power outages that lasted for weeks.
Every state has its own proud traditions of local beer production, and Maryland is particularly proud of theirs. The Brewers Association of Maryland has close to 40 members, and this doesn’t count local brewers who don’t belong to that particular organization. But where to purchase and sample these fine products? Here are five excellent shops in and around Baltimore which are proud to carry the finest in local brews.
Major water disruptions for thousands of people from Baltimore City to the county. Emergency water repairs are knocking out service to homeowners into Tuesday morning.
An artist has been commissioned to sculpt a bronze statue of Hall of Fame pitcher “Lefty” Grove and install it in his hometown of Lonaconing.
Baltimore city schools kick off a brand new summer program that pairs teachers with local professional artists specializing in everything from hip hop to theatre to filmmaking.
It’s a great time to be an Orioles fan. After sweeping the Indians, the O’s not lead the American League East and thousands of lucky folks now possess something that just about everybody wanted.
Anyone with information on any of these shootings is asked to call 911.
It happened on North Howard Street when a car collided with a Light Rail train. An MTA bus was stopped at a red light and was struck by the car as well.
He’s accused of setting fire to the CVS store in the 2500 block of Pennsylvania Avenue during the April riots.