A rash of water main breaks is a testament of Baltimore’s aging infrastructure. DPW crews are repairing an overnight water main break near Edgemere.
There’s a new water main break in Baltimore county being repaired today. It’s the third break in our area in just 48 hours.
Sex show controversy. A fight in court over a sex fetish festival that was set to come to Canton this weekend. Wednesday night, the community moved to block the adult entertainment.
Gunshots wake a quiet Northeast Baltimore neighborhood. The police-involved shooting killed one man and wounded two others.
It’s a major retail development and it’s rising on Boston Street. Canton Crossing will feature some familiar store names.
Crab cakes, coddies, salads and a whole lot more. It’s all part of a major fundraising effort at a Canton church.
Celebration crackdown. After last year’s St. Patrick’s Day was marred by violence and destruction, police are vowing to step up patrols.
There are worries now about the structural integrity of a building in southeast Baltimore.
The next time you’re dining out, be a little adventurous and try one of Baltimore’s creative cocktails! With some of the city’s best mixologists at the helm, you’re guaranteed a good sip.
Sometime in January the Pro Football Hall of Fame will announce the 15 Modern Era Finalists for the class of 2013. Baltimore is well represented with 3 hoping to make the cut from the semi-final list of 25 to the final 15.
This was a year of saying goodbye to a few of Baltimore’s restaurants, and welcoming dozens of new venues. From a white linen-style restaurant spin-0ff to cocktails along Hampden’s 36th Street, Baltimore’s foodies are delighted with this year’s crop of eateries. These, the area’s best new restaurants, opened to rave reviews in 2012.
Jonathan Ogden is the original Raven, the first draft pick in franchise history has a good shot to be the first true Raven inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.