Three Baltimore City fire companies that had been slated to permanently close will remain open for four more days to help clean up from overnight storms.
Just in time for a warm weekend, every pool in Baltimore City opened on Saturday. City leaders say they’re more than just a way to cool off.
Once empty stores in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor malls are filling up fast. The latest is a well-known name to movie buffs: Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.
A fire station reopens in West Baltimore. The move comes after years of controversial rotating fire house closures.
Maryland vacation ended early for many Maryland students. Though it’s a federal holiday, public schools in Howard, St. Mary’s and Charles counties were open.
It’s a day nearly three years in the making. The new Route 24 bridge in Harford County is finally open.
The Assateague Island National Seashore is reopening to the public after closing for Hurricane Irene.
A transportation building and garage in Baltimore has become an $8 million center for the homeless.
Another sign that spring is here is the opening of Maryland’s crab season.
Many laid-off employees at the Sparrows Point steel mill will be returning to work as plans move forward to restart the plant’s blast furnace.