Getting a facelift. Lexington Market, in the heart of downtown, may be getting a multi-million dollar makeover. Officials say they want to appeal to a broader base of customers.
Maryland candidates are counting down the last days of the 2014 primary campaign.
It’s been a Baltimore staple since 1782. But in recent years, the Lexington Market has lost some of its charm due to drugs and other problems just outside its doors.
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A study of how to improve Baltimore’s historic Lexington Market is underway.
A downtown Baltimore landmark could get a major facelift. Lexington Market wants a multi-million dollar makeover.
If you’ve been to the Avenue Market, you know it’s a part of Baltimore history. The Pennsylvania Avenue landmark has been open more than 60 years.
Baltimore’s new chief information officer says the city’s six historic public markets should be equipped with wireless Internet service by the end of the year.
Baltimore officials are unveiling new signs to make it easier for consumers at city markets to identify healthy food options.
A man in a wheelchair was hit by a subway train. Firefighters staged a daring rescue to save the man pinned underneath a train car.
Another Baltimore staple closes its doors. Polock Johnny’s at the Lexington Market will serve its last customer Tuesday.
Growth in the downtown area near Lexington Market is booming, but the market itself continues to have problems. There’s a new plan to increase safety there while also helping those in need.