Organizers of a weeklong commemoration of the War of 1812 in Baltimore’s harbor say it drew more than 1.5 million visitors and generated $166 million in economic impact.
It’s always a hit downtown, rain or shine. The 31st annual Artscape is happening in downtown Baltimore.
A historic pipe organ is set to return to a stage in downtown Baltimore after a 42-year hiatus in the suburbs.
Viral video aftermath. A man was attacked, beaten and stripped naked in front of a Baltimore courthouse on St. Patrick’s Day. Now the only suspect in custody gets a small legal victory.
Randy Bernard, President of IZOD/Indycar, joined Ed and Steve this morning to discuss restructuring the Baltimore Grand Prix. The Festival of Speed is scheduled for Labor Day Weekend.
Nearly $2 million in changes may be coming to Camden Yards.
Occupy Baltimore protesters are re-applying for a permit to remain in a downtown plaza where they have been living for two months.
The search for parking in downtown Bethesda will be even worse for about three years, with a key street and major parking lots closing for high-rise and underground construction projects.
The Occupy Wall Street movement goes worldwide. Saturday, demonstrators took to the streets in cities across the nation, including right here in Baltimore.
Two Baltimore teenagers are dead. They were hit by a car and police say the driver left them in the street. The two girls were crossing the street in West Baltimore Monday night when they were both hit by the same car.
Coming up for air. A plan to pump oxygen into a small portion of the Inner Harbor holds the promise of improving water quality.
Baltimore City Police are investigating after a body was pulled from the water at the Inner Harbor Wednesday evening.