Guinness Open Gate Brewery Launches Two New Beers To Celebrate Second AnniversaryThe Guinness brewery in Maryland is getting ready to celebrate its second birthday, and it's brewing up some new beers to mark the occasion.
Maryland National Guardsmen Win Multi-State Soldier, NCO Of The Year CompetitionTwo Maryland National Guardsmen have taken home top honors in a multi-state competition in search of the region's best soldiers.
Olympians, Including Baltimore Native Michael Phelps, Call For Greater Mental Health Resources For Athletes In New HBO DocumentaryBaltimore native Michael Phelps is teaming up with other Olympic greats, calling on the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee to help athletes who are battling a mental illness.
Waterfront Wellness Series Returns To West Shore Park With New Safety Measures In Place Amid COVID-19 PandemicThe popular Waterfront Wellness series is returning to West Shore Park in Baltimore this weekend with some new restrictions due to the coronavirus.
Work Begins On Two New Restaurants At Baltimore's Cross Street MarketConstruction on two new restaurants is now underway at Cross Street Market in Baltimore's Federal Hill neighborhood.
More Than 8 Miles Of Baltimore Roads Added To City's Slow Streets InitiativeAnother eight miles of Baltimore roadways have been added to the city's Slow Streets Initiative.
Maryland Renaissance Festival Canceled Due To CoronavirusThe Maryland Renaissance Festival won't happen in 2020 due to the coronavirus.
BSO Cancels Events, Performances Through November 29 Due To CoronavirusThe Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has canceled all of its events and performances at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall and The Music Center at Strathmore through November 29 due to the coronavirus.
Despite Indoor Dining Shutdown, Baltimore Restaurant Week Set To Begin FridayDespite an announcement from Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young on Wednesday morning that indoor dining will be shut down due to the coronavirus, organizers of the Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week said the event will continue.
Work Underway On WJZ's Candelabra Tower; Old Antennas RemovedEyes were on the skies around Television Hill on Tuesday as the antennas for three local TV stations, including WJZ, were removed from the iconic candelabra tower in north Baltimore.
Hold The Onions: Marylanders Prefer To Skip The Onions, Tomato On Food, Report ShowsEveryone has their preferences when it comes to food, but it appears Marylanders really hate onions, according to Uber Eats' second-annual Cravings Report.
This Elkton, Maryland Shop Sells Old Bay Beef JerkyThe shop is described as an Oly Bay lover's dream, with Old Bay Hot Sauce, Bloody Mary mix, masks, blankets, pillows and even socks.
Reopening Baltimore: 5 City Pools, Basketball Courts, Playgrounds Set To Reopen MondayA number of pools and playgrounds in Baltimore are set to reopen on Monday after the coronavirus pandemic kept them closed for months.
Maryland Couple Holds Small Home Wedding After Coronavirus Forced Larger Ceremony's CancellationA Maryland couple didn't let the coronavirus stop their wedding.
Maryland Food Truck Week Begins With New Safety PrecautionsIf you're looking for something new for dinner, here's your chance... Maryland's Food Truck Week is now underway!