Making the most of two of Baltimore’s most heavily traveled streets may mean changes in direction.
It’s been one week since a Baltimore City street collapsed onto the CSX tracks. City leaders say they still don’t know what caused it to crumble. Now displaced homeowners are pushing for answers.
Harford County firefighters are battling a two-alarm field fire.
A water main broke near the intersection of Pratt and Market Streets, sending up water through a manhole and cracks in the street.
Baltimore now has three street races under its belt and drivers will be glad to know their commutes are returning to normal.
Transportation officials are warning motorists to plan for numerous road closures as the Grand Prix of Baltimore race course is completed on downtown streets.
Officials in Washington have hit the half-way point of Potholepalooza, their annual month-long campaign to fill in potholes, and say they’ve eclipsed the number of potholes filled during the entire 2012 campaign.
Right after the Ravens’ win, chaos erupted on city streets.
They’re on dozens of street corners across Baltimore. Now the City Council considers a crackdown on aggressive beggars.
What is happening to Baltimore streets? First, a major water main break near the Inner Harbor. Now, a sinkhole near Johns Hopkins Hospital shuts down more roads.
Randy Bernard, President of IZOD/Indycar, joined Ed and Steve this morning to discuss restructuring the Baltimore Grand Prix. The Festival of Speed is scheduled for Labor Day Weekend.
Sheriff Craig Robertson hopes an amendment to state law will help police tackle the panhandling problem in the area. Robertson is asking Allegany County commissioners to get behind a request to the local delegation to take action.