Here’s a look at what’s going around town for the week of April 14.
Police have made an arrest in the fatal stabbing of a 20-year-old man at the Inner Harbor.
Selling Baltimore to the world’s navies. That was basically the pitch made Wednesday to 40 nations.
It’s out of almost all of our price ranges. When a recent real estate ad caught Mike Schuh’s attention, he knew we had to take a look.
Celebration crackdown. After last year’s St. Patrick’s Day was marred by violence and destruction, police are vowing to step up patrols.
An Inner Harbor sales clerk is hailed a hero after saving a woman from the icy Inner Harbor waters.
A man and woman were rescued from the freezing cold waters of the Inner Harbor on Tuesday afternoon.
Washington, D.C. is a short commuter train ride from Baltimore, perfect for a day trip to see the events of Inauguration Day in person. But in D.C., there are high costs and boisterous crowds to contend with, which are enough to keep many people in town. If your office isn’t airing President Barack Obama’s second inauguration, check out one of these five locations to get your Inauguration Day fix.
A new carousel will open at the Inner Harbor.
While the clock ticks to get a deal done on the fiscal cliff, we are also counting down to the New Year. Final preparations continue right now at the Inner Harbor for what’s going to be a spectacular show.
New Year’s Eve fireworks displays are planned for cities around the mid-Atlantic region.
Just before the clock strikes midnight, fireworks blast and ‘Auld Lang Syne’ is sung, there are hours of work that go into preparation.