150 Baltimore Voters Were Assigned To The Wrong District, City SaysThe Baltimore City Board of Elections confirmed Monday that 150 residents were assigned to the wrong district this year, and dozens of them were given incorrect ballots.
Biden "Proud" Of Apple Employees In Maryland Who Voted To UnionizeEmployees of the Towson Town Center Apple store voted Saturday to unionize by a 65-33 margin to join the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers.
After Conservation, AVAM's Iconic Giant Whirligig Returns This WeekThe sculpture sustained 27 years of rain, wind and snow since it was first installed.
LIST: How To Celebrate Baltimore Pride This WeekThe city estimates the festivities will bring 50,000 people from the region to Baltimore.
AFRAM Festival Brings High-Profile & Local Artists To Baltimore This WeekendThe largest African-American culture celebration on the East Coast has garnered nationally and locally known artists.
AFRAM Headliner Ne-Yo Highlights Importance Of Juneteenth, Mayor Says Next Year Will Be BiggerNe-Yo has sold a cumulative 20+ million albums worldwide, has won three Grammy awards and has garnered 14 Grammy nominations, according to record label Motown Records.
AFRAM Performer Lil Key Grew Up Coming To Festival, Dreamt Of Performing On Main StageComing from the city, Lil Key said he found a lot of love in the packed crowds at the Baltimore festival.
Man Killed In South Baltimore ShootingThe man was found shot multiple times on the 1900 block of Ramsey Street, police said.
Former Lifeguard Remembers Serving Pool No. 2, Only Pool In Baltimore For Black Residents During SegregationBishop Douglass recalls being a lifeguard at Baltimore’s segregated swimming pool in the 1950s.
Flight Cancellations, Staff Shortages Indicate Rough Summer Travel SeasonTSA is expecting long lines and passengers who may have forgotten the routine of traveling.
Kremer, Orioles Win 1-0, Hand Rays 4th Straight LossKremer allowed five hits and matched the six scoreless frames thrown by Tampa Bay's Shane Baz. Then Ryan Mountcastle hit a one-out double off Calvin Faucher (0-1), and Rutschman followed with a single to center.
Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower's Public Hours Cut To 2 Days A MonthMoving forward, the tower will be open to visitors on the second weekend of every month, shifting from every Saturday.
Howard County Teen Arrested In Fatal Inner Harbor Triple Shooting; Police Increase Patrols For SummerEarlier this month, police released their summer crime plan, which includes more weekend patrols in the Inner Harbor and as many as 29 uniformed officers and supervisors stationed throughout the area on weekends.
Preparations Underway Before AFRAM Festival Kicks Off In Druid Hill ParkOrganizers say AFRAM is a great place to come and learn more about Black culture.
Teen, 15, Charged In Inner Harbor Triple Shooting That Killed 17-Year-OldThe teen was arrested this morning at his Howard County home, police said.