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A new social media policy in the Baltimore fire department is causing a firestorm of debate. The department says the rule protects firefighters, but the union fears firefighters will lose their right to speak up.
It’s the Tweet that has infuriated Ravens fans. Now the woman who sent a Tweet aimed at Torrey Smith following the death of his brother is apologizing.
A Baltimore woman is under attack after taking the Ravens/Patriots rivalry one Tweet too far.
Baltimore is full of foodies who tweet. With insight from food trucks, blogs and restaurants, you will surely be drooling after you read their tweets.
Seventeen-year-old Daniel Borowy remains in critical condition at Shock Trauma. His school community came together Tuesday to pray for him.
Twitter is fun, but athletes might soon realize it might be better to not let their fingers do the walking or talking.
Talk, text or tweet– callers to the state’s 911 system will soon have many more options to get help.
The Baltimore City Fire Department says it does not want to silence critics but the firefighters’ union has serious concerns.
With all the communicative access to current local, national, and global information, expecting the masses to settle for media headlines and sound bites is insulting to today’s technologically-aware audience.
I am beginning to wonder if being on twitter is really a good thing for athletes.
Within the past few years, politicians have begun courting voters in 140 characters or less on Twitter and by making friends on Facebook. On the Eastern Shore, however, the embrace of social networking has moved a bit slower than in more urban areas.