It takes the phrase “spring cleaning” to another level. A new initiative in Baltimore will create a greener, healthier city by getting rid of all that trash piling up on our streets.
The General Assembly is about to step into the Baltimore speed camera controversy.
Overall, violent crime is down in Baltimore but murders are rising.
More than a million Americans are bracing to lose their lifeline from the government. Long-term unemployment benefits, put in place during the recession, are set to end Saturday.
Big plans for the port. The mayor just returned from visiting the Panama Canal with Vice President Joe Biden. Improvements being made there will have huge impacts on Baltimore.
It’s been an East Baltimore staple for more than 80 years. But now Santoni’s grocery store is closing, and the owner is pointing the blame right at the city and its bottle tax.
While glitches continue on the Obamacare website, Marylanders are urged not to give up.
A recent study of dropouts in Baltimore shows that for those who drop out, absences begin in elementary school.
Tackling violent crime remains a top priority for city leaders. But with murders and shootings on the rise, there is renewed debate over how to curb it.
Bad robocall. Friday morning, thousands of Baltimore residents got a wake-up call from Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.
A new plan of action. The recent spike in city violence sparks local and federal lawmakers to enact a new plan of action. The mayor, police commissioner and U.S. attorney appoint two special prosecutors to target violent offenders.
Same-sex couples from all over the country will flock to Baltimore next month for a historic event.