It’s no secret that Baltimore City’s infrastructure is crumbling–from water main breaks to sewer line eruptions. But property owners may have some protection coming their way.
Baltimore City officials say they plan to release a more comprehensive report on the road collapse in Charles Village that displaced several residents and totaled a number of cars. In the meantime, construction continues as people across the city raise concern about the city’s infrastructure.
Vice presidential visit. Joe Biden comes to the Port of Baltimore with a $10 million check.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A local company is banking its long-term prosperity on the next wave of publicly financed infrastructure projects. Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital Inc. financed a $22.5 million investment for Puerto Rican […]
Most Americans who traveled during this Thanksgiving holiday came face to face with an American reality: while there is much to be thankful for, our infrastructure is not one of those things.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation says drought relief aid passed by the House of Representatives comes at the expense of conservation programs.
Three more weeks. That’s how long before Light Street will likely reopen downtown.
Water main mess. Crews are starting the work to fix a broken water main that brought downtown Baltimore to a screeching halt.
Get ready for a big boost on your water bill. If you use Baltimore City water — and almost 2 million of us do — starting Thursday we’ll be paying more.
Baltimore’s spending panel has approved a $95,000 payment to a 90-year-old woman who claimed her shoulder was separated during a scuffle with police.
With tempers flaring, the Maryland House of Delegates on Wednesday approved authorizing $1.1 billion in borrowing for the state’s capital budget.
Maryland lawmakers are discussing ways to spur job growth by accelerating borrowing in the state’s capital budget in upcoming years to invest in infrastructure.