Saturday July 30, 2016The Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore is hosting its first annual field day at Rash Field. Brian Bolter with Dry 85 and Red Red Wine Bar is mixing up some delicious cocktails.
Baltimore Bouncing Back: Business On the Rise After UnrestIt’s a sign better days are ahead for riot-torn businesses in Baltimore.
Getting Fit For Free With Summer Activities At Inner HarborSteven Bruneau figured a kayak could not be much different from a canoe, which he had paddled many times -- until he toppled into the Inner Harbor, his boat upside down next to him.
Python Found On Inner Harbor Water WheelAn unusual find in downtown Baltimore. A live python is spotted on the Inner Harbor water wheel, but where it came from and how it got there is still a mystery.
Waterfront Partnership Ice Rink Now Open At The Inner HarborMcKeldin Square ice rink opens Friday.
Ice Skating Rink Set To Open At The Inner Harbor This WinterAn ice rink is set to open in the Inner Harbor this winter.
Baltimore City Provides Free Wifi At The Inner Harbor Two thirds of Americans have smartphones. A survey by equipment makers shows those users want more wifi in more places. And, of course, for free.
Baltimore Board Approves Plan For Inner Harbor Ice Skating Rink Baltimore's Board of Estimates has approved an agreement to install an ice rink at the Inner Harbor.
Inner Harbor Getting Cleaner With Water Wheel Trash InterceptorMost have us have seen it or smelled it. Trash in the Inner Harbor is a major problem and waterfront activists now have a new tool in fighting.
Inner Harbor Water Quality Gets A Grade Of ‘C Minus’A grade of "C minus" is a long way from the honor roll, but because it represents the water quality in the Inner Harbor, it's better than expected.
Volunteers Work To Make Inner Harbor Cleaner & SaferA polluted Inner Harbor is becoming cleaner and safer, thanks to teams of volunteers.
Experts: Baltimore Harbor Plagued By Sewage LeaksChronic sewage leaks from failing infrastructure may be a bigger threat to the region's waterways and Baltimore's harbor than accidental sewage overflows during heavy rains.