They’re referred to as eyesores. Vacant lots have taken over some parts of east and west Baltimore. But new funding awarded to the city could help turn that around.
Calling the Internet a 21st century necessity, President Barack Obama on Wednesday unveiled a program to bring faster Internet connections to more low-income households, particularly to help students living in public and assisted housing stay ahead in school.
Police are searching for multiple theft suspects in Anne Arundel County.
In the past 50 years, the average size of the American home was doubled. Bigger means more resources are used.
A bill under consideration in Prince George’s County could restrict the number of single-family homes available in College Park as rentals for University of Maryland students.
The weeks of living in hotels are over for most of the residents of the 26th Street collapse. As they continue moving back in, the mayor gave an update on all the progress.
If the proposed $2.6 billion Red Line light rail route is built, it has two ways to go.
It was a landslide the size of a city block. Cell phone video posted on YouTube shows the exact moment the road collapsed onto the railroad track below.
Two of the Maryland House’s more liberal Democrats are pushing for new protections against foreclosures: a six-month freeze on foreclosures and a ban on deficiency judgments.
Maryland property values are up. It’s good news homeowners have not seen in at least five years. Experts say it could signal a turnaround in the economy.
The mad rush for holiday gifts is still on and one community group is making a plea to give energy this winter.
Older homes in older cities mean a higher risk of lead poisoning. Children are especially at risk of lead poisoning. Now the Environmental Protection Agency is taking another step to keep Baltimore’s children safe.