One of Downtown Baltimore’s major arteries is shutting down for the weekend to remove a pedestrian bridge.
A portion of Light Street will temporarily close this weekend for the removal of a pedestrian bridge.
A Baltimore Public Works spokesman says a busy downtown street closed by a water main break has reopened.
Public Works officials say replacement of water mains near the Inner Harbor, one of which broke last month, disrupting traffic for weeks, is complete.
A 16-inch main broke on Kirk Avenue in Northeast Baltimore just before 11 Wednesday night. Water got into some basements in the area.
Three more weeks. That’s how long before Light Street will likely reopen downtown.
We get the first look at the video of the flash mob robbery at a 7-Eleven in downtown Baltimore with scores of young people rushing the store.
Water conservation is urged for much of the area and a temporary water system is finally in place on Light Street. Just hours ago, Sen. Ben Cardin spoke to Congress, alarmed about what could happen next.
Crews are busy fixing the broken water main that turned parts of downtown Baltimore upside down, but there are still plenty of headaches.
Another mob of juveniles causes problems in downtown Baltimore. This time, it happens inside a 7-Eleven where dozens of kids came for free Slurpees but ended up stealing much more.
A seafood powerhouse breathes new life into Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Phillips restaurant makes the jump from Harborplace to Power Plant, and the reviews are in.
After 31 years in the Light Street Pavilion, Phillips is reopening in the nearby Power Plant Live building. No firm date has been announced for the reopening.