Wellness on the waterfront! What do Edgar Allan Poe, Babe Ruth and Francis Scott Key all have in common?
The city’s Inner Harbor takes a top spot in the heart of many Baltimoreans. A new study finds that it has some international admirers as well.
What’s in the water? People–shocked to see parts of the Inner Harbor turned a milky white color–as hundreds of dead fish float to the surface.
More than three decades ago, Harborplace transformed Baltimore’s waterfront. Now a local group is working to modernize the area with new parks and attractions.
It’s out of almost all of our price ranges. When a recent real estate ad caught Mike Schuh’s attention, he knew we had to take a look.
In Baltimore County’s low-lying areas like Watersedge and Millers Island, flooding is a major concern.
Some Baltimore school children are joining federal and state officials in celebrating the transformation of a polluted South Baltimore waterfront into an environmental preserve.
Easton is considering turning an 11-acre public works storage site into a new waterfront park.
You’ll always remember your first crush; at least, that’s what they say at Harborside.
Emergency crews are evacuating restaurants and businesses along the Georgetown waterfront because of flooding from the Potomac River.