The man charged in the death of a longtime city worker will be back in court Thursday.
A speeding car crashes into a busy sidewalk at City Hall and kills a well known employee. Exactly one month later, the driver is hit with a list of charges.
Maryland State Police have charged and arrested the driver accused of striking and killing a city employee in front of Baltimore’s City Hall last week.
A community leader and activist is laid to rest Friday morning in Baltimore after being hit and killed by an out-of-control car right in front of City Hall. City leaders, including the mayor, are speaking out about the tragic death of one of its own.
Baltimore state’s attorney is responding to anger and outrage. Gregg Bernstein let the driver of an out-of-control car that crashed and killed a long-time city employee walk with no charges.
Tragedy at Baltimore City Hall. Police confirm the driver of an out-of-control car that crashed and killed a community leader is free. But will there be charges?
Chaos outside City Hall. An out-of control driver flips his car while trying to evade police, killing a city worker. A community is mourning that longtime activist.
Political leaders and local church parishioners gather at City Hall for the annual blessing of the city.
Baltimore is asking for the donation of a large evergreen tree for this year’s holiday display at City Hall. The city is asking for a spruce or fir tree 25 to 35 feet tall with symmetrical branches and no large holes or gaps.
Residents in a Baltimore neighborhood are at war with City Hall. They’re angry over thousands of dollars in sidewalk repair citations.
A suspicious package at City Hall was reported early Monday morning. After shutting the area down briefly, Baltimore City police determined it was a false alarm.
A battle over biking brings controversy to Loch Raven Reservoir and now to City Hall.