Former Baltimore Icon Becomes Major Art GalleryIt was once a corner store but now it's something much different in one Baltimore neighborhood.
A Unique Bus Stop In Baltimore Becomes An Artistic AttractionA unique spin on "Urban Furniture" draws national attention to Baltimore.
DiPasquale's Italian Marketplace Celebrates A Century In BusinessIt’s a Highlandtown market known for its fine Italian food and friendship, and now it’s celebrating 100 years in business.
Baltimore's Aging Infrastructure Creates More Water Main WoesA rash of water main breaks is a testament of Baltimore's aging infrastructure. DPW crews are repairing an overnight water main break near Edgemere.
Another Water Main Break In Baltimore County Collapses Part Of RoadThere's a new water main break in Baltimore county being repaired today. It's the third break in our area in just 48 hours.
Pop The Cork! It’s The 10th Annual Highlandtown Wine FestivalIt started off a decade ago with just a few people. Now it's one of Baltimore's hottest springtime events.
Santa, Trains, & Lights: Baltimore Neighborhoods Have Holiday SpiritIt's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Baltimore, as neighborhoods kick off their Christmas celebrations.
Gardens Help Refugees Connect To New LandMukti Raj Gurung's last memory of his childhood home in Bhutan is a field of rice, ready to be picked. But his family never got to reap the harvest.
GoDaddy.com Founder Makes Major Donation To Baltimore SchoolThey may be best known for their racy ads during the Super Bowl. Now the founder of GoDaddy.com is making a major contribution to his alma mater.
Raise A Glass For The 9th Annual Highlandtown Wine FestivalIt’s become one of Baltimore’s most popular springtime events, and it happens on Sunday.
What Is A Laughing Pint?The Laughing Pint, named number one on the Baltimore Sun's list of Baltimore's best bars, is owned by ceramic potter, Shannon Cassidy.
Highlandtown Community To Raise Money For 91-Year-Old’s Home Ruined By EarthquakeLast month's earthquake destroyed several buildings in Highlandtown. One of them was home to a man who'd lived there for 91 years.