It’s a history lesson wrapped into artwork. A Baltimore artist is paying tribute to little known African American inventors for Black History Month.
The fan fever is spreading further. It’s certainly alive and well with the Ravens one game closer to the Super Bowl. Sunday’s win over the Colts has the team heading to Denver this weekend.
A landlord who manages about 175 rental units throughout Baltimore has been sentenced to a year in prison for lead-paint violations.
Bill Dunlap is looking for a few good barns. The artist, based in Cumberland, has been commissioned by the University of Maryland to paint murals on the sides of barns throughout the state, hopefully one in every county.
Three state lawmakers are urging Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to find a way for the city’s housing authority to pay nearly $12 million from lawsuits filed by people exposed to lead paint.
When Myersville resident Chris Carr comes across a dilapidated barn or an old car or tractor rusting in a field, he sees a story waiting to be told.
Mark Cottman was an architectural engineer, but he gave it all up to pursue something he loves.