Fells Point Residents Respond Swiftly To Anti-Semitic Vandalism With Rainbow HeartsFirst District Councilman Zeke Cohen brought attention to some fast-acting residents in Fells Point Wednesday, who responded to swastika graffiti on various locations on Fleet Street.
Roberta's House Holds Grand Opening For Family Grief Support CenterRoberta's House has a new family grief support center in east Baltimore to serve the community. A grand opening was held Friday morning for a first-of-its-kind facility in the city and the state - a new urban bereavement center.
'Please Do Your Job': Following Violent Weekend, 37 Fells Point Businesses Threaten To Withhold City TaxesDozens of Fells Point businesses say they are prepared to hold their city taxes, minor privilege fees and permit fees hostage until Baltimore increases police enforcement and municipal service in the area, according to a letter signed by 37 neighborhood restaurants and storefronts.
Olympic-Style Charm City Games Returns For Summer 2021Mayor Brandon Scott and Baltimore City Recreation and Parks announced Tuesday that the second annual Charm City Games will take place this summer. It's an Olympic-style sports tournament designed for the city's teens to "rep their district" with some friendly competition.
ATF Baltimore Offers $10K Reward For Information On Alleged 'Triple-C' Gang Founder, Gary Creek, WhereaboutsATF Baltimore announced that they are offering a $10,000 reward for any information that leads to an arrest of Gary Creek.
Alleged Triple-C Gang Founder Gary Creek On The Run After Failing To Self-Surrender Thursday, Feds SayThe Maryland US Attorney's Office said Friday that an arrest warrant has been issued for Gary Creek, founder of the "Cruddy Conniving Crutballs" or Triple-C Gang.
Baltimore Man Shawn Purvis Charged With First Degree Murder In Shooting DeathBaltimore Police said 50-year-old Shawn Purvis, of Baltimore, has been charged with first-degree murder in the Thursday shooting death of a 47-year-old man in East Baltimore.
Researchers Say There Is No Proof That Johns Hopkins Owned SlavesThe long-standing claims that Johns Hopkins was a staunch abolitionist were shattered last December when JHU announced that it had strong evidence that its founder owned slaves. However, a group of researchers shared new evidence that proves he did not.
City Leaders, Advocates Raise Privacy And Bias Concerns About Use Of Facial Recognition In BaltimoreCity leaders and advocates are raising concerns about the use of facial recognition technology and its use in Baltimore. At a press conference outside City Hall Thursday, they said there is not enough research about the technology and that it all too often misidentifies black and brown citizens and can lead to false arrest and detention.
Waterfront Partnership Opens Applications For Rash Field Park Cafe OperatorA request for qualifications was issued today for restauranteurs to operate the waterfront cafe at Rash Field Park, a development on the south side of Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
Baltimore City Homicide Rate Outpaces 2020 RatesAfter a deadly Memorial Day Weekend, Baltimore's homicide rate this year continues to outpace the 2020 rate.
17-Year-Old Girl Shot In The Head In Southwest BaltimoreBaltimore City Police are investigating after a 17-year-old girl was shot in the head on Sunday.
Baltimore Man, Keith Betts, Arrested In Connection To April Shooting On York RoadBaltimore City Police announced an arrest in the April 2021 daytime shooting on York Road on Monday.
Nationals Send Orioles To 6th Straight Defeat, 6-5Kyle Schwarber homered in the first inning and the Washington Nationals immediately erased an early three-run deficit, beating the Baltimore Orioles 6-5 to complete a three-game sweep.
3 Shot, 1 Dead In West BaltimoreBaltimore City Police are investigating a triple shooting that happened in West Baltimore Friday afternoon.