Debris, Trash And Litter Flowing Into Conowingo Dam Following Extreme WeatherWhen extreme weather ends, the side effects just begin. Restoring power took most of this week -- after last week's nor'easter -- and now a different effect is flowing downstream.
Business Is Booming: Port Of Baltimore Gets Much-Needed CranesThe Port of Baltimore has received more cranes to handle the influx of increased deliveries at the Port.
Port Of Baltimore To Offer Service To Australia, New ZealandThe Port of Baltimore is expanding their services.
Coast Guard: No Ships To Enter Baltimore Port Ahead Of StormThe U.S. Coast Guard won't allow ships to enter the Port of Baltimore because of high winds expected in a winter storm.
Port Of Baltimore Beefs Up Security Amid Record-Breaking GrowthThe Port of Baltimore continues to shatter records this year, and will soon get some major security upgrades to match.
Stolen Cars Headed To Africa Recovered At Port Of BaltimoreBorder protection agents say three stolen cars, including two luxury 2017 models, have been recovered at the Port of Baltimore, where they were to be shipped to Africa.
The Port Of Baltimore Is Shattering RecordsThe Port of Baltimore is seeing record numbers thanks to recent improvements to the container business that are now paying off.
Port of Baltimore Handling More Cargo Than Any Previous YearThe Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore has handled 8,019,919 tons of general cargo at its public marine terminals through the first nine months of 2017.
CSX Drops Out Of Howard Street Tunnel ProjectThe Howard County Street Tunnel Project will not go forward after CSX let it be known they were dropping out of the project.
Port Of Baltimore Has Record Breaking Year; Plans In Place To Continue GrowthThe Port of Baltimore saw huge growth and success in 2016. According to a recent study, the port continues to set new records in cargo handled.
Maryland Port Administration Announce Expansion For Port Of BaltimoreFor the first time in 30 years, the Maryland Port Administration has made a major move to help continue the business boom at the Port of Baltimore.
Pugh, Van Hollen Promote Job Growth At Port Of BaltimoreOne trillion dollars and 15 million jobs. It's part of why U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen was in Baltimore today.