A snowstorm has delayed the start of Maryland School Assessment standardized testing in at least some of the state’s 24 school districts.
Two lanes remain closed on Pratt Street at Market Place after a water main broke Wednesday, sending up water through a manhole and cracks in the street.
One of the oldest family-run businesses in Baltimore is closing. The owner blames high taxes in the city. Meanwhile, the mayor is defending the city bottle tax.
More than a third of federal workers would be told to stay home if the government shuts down, forcing the closure of national parks from California to Maine and all the Smithsonian museums. Low-to-moderate income borrowers and first-time homebuyers seeking government-backed mortgages could face delays.
Attention drivers. A major traffic alert in Baltimore Monday could mess up your morning commute.
The man who makes the decision to close Maryland’s Bay Bridge says the closure during last week’s winter storm was a success.
The closure of the Bay Bridge for several hours during this week’s winter storm had one positive impact with a big boost for nearby bars and restaurants.
Nearly 2,000 Sparrows Point employees are preparing for pink slips as the plant’s owner searches for potential buyers.
Maryland labor officials say RG Steel will idle the Sparrows Point steel mill for an undetermined amount of time and lay off its employees.
A fire station reopens in West Baltimore. The move comes after years of controversial rotating fire house closures.
Budget crunch. Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake wants to close more than half a dozen swimming pools. The controversial plan has outraged some city parents.
In just about three months, Baltimore City streets will turn into a giant race course. But in the meantime, traffic is slow-going as construction continues.