We are just hours away from the big Fourth of July celebration at the Inner Harbor and while all eyes will be on the fireworks, police will have extra eyes on the crowds.
There are over 100 public fireworks displays in the coming days, but the biggest will be here in downtown Baltimore.
It was hot at the Inner Harbor, perfect for the grand opening of a smoothie business. But there’s more to this than just a cool drink.
After an 18-month absence, the carousel is coming back to the Inner Harbor.
The self-proclaimed “King of the High Wire” completes another daring tightrope walk.
The best festivals and fairs cap off the night with colorful fireworks displays. Read on for a list of some great ones to enjoy this summer.
Baltimore’s mayor and police commissioner took to the streets Tuesday night, taking aim at crime in the city’s Inner Harbor.
A billion dollar development proposed for the Baltimore harbor is in the works. Harbor Point would take its place between Fells Point and Harbor East.
A grade of “C minus” is a long way from the honor roll, but because it represents the water quality in the Inner Harbor, it’s better than expected.
Ever since it opened, the Promenade at the Inner Harbor has been off limits to bicycles—but now that may change.
A second man has been arrested for the murder of 20-year-old man who had just left his shift at the Cheesecake Factory at the Inner Harbor.
Has the Inner Harbor lost its edge? A new study is now being conducted to find ways to improve the downtown area.