If you’ve seen the Inner Harbor lately, you may have done a double take. That’s because the water has changed color.
Sometimes, historical places are all wet. But an important one in Baltimore’s harbor was marked anyway as the state kicks off the bicentennial of the War of 1812.
An Annapolis icon turns 40.
Baltimoreans have a new tool for keeping track of water conditions in the harbor and other city waterways.
It was more than just a stupid prank; it was a push that ended in death in the waters of the Inner Harbor. Now the man who took that life is going to prison.
Baltimore’s Department of Public Works says a power outage sent about 20,000 gallons of sewage into the outer harbor.
She may not move under her own power, but the USS Constellation still generates plenty of hometown pride. The historic landmark is back in her berth at the Inner Harbor.
Public works officials are urging Baltimore residents to make sure their trash cans are secure, as high winds are predicted.
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