Baltimore City Rec Centers Open Saturdays For First Time Since The 1970sThis weekend marked a milestone for the City of Baltimore as all 44 recreational centers opened their doors on a Saturday for the first time since the 1970s.
'It's Quite An Achievement' | City Of Baltimore Reaches Milestone In Redevelopment ProjectIt's the 4,000th property demolished as part of a city and state partnership to demolish Baltimore's blighted buildings.
Baltimore Ransomware Attack | City Inches Closer To Normal OperationThe City of Baltimore is inching closer to getting back online.
'I Don't Think They Had To Impose That' | Food Truck Owners React To Maryland Court Of Appeals '300-Foot Rule' RulingLocal food truck owners each have their own take on the most recent ruling of the "300-foot rule"
Baltimore Rolling Out Bike Share ProgramIf the idea of bumper to bumper traffic has kept you from hitting the road, you might want to consider downsizing and joining Baltimore's new bike share program.
Former Maryland Gov. Ehrlich On The Baltimore Riots: 'Embarrassing For Our State And Our City'Former Governor Robert Ehrlich joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Baltimore riots and the political tensions in the city.
Rawlings-Blake To Enter Into 5-Year Contract To Organize Motorsporting EventsMayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said that the City of Baltimore would enter into a five-year contract with a promoter to conduct motor racing events.
City Of Baltimore Terminates Contract With Grand Prix OrganizersIt may be the finish line for the Baltimore Grand Prix. The city has terminated its contract with the Baltimore Racing Development (BRD).