'It's A Good Party!': Fell's Point Festival Set To Begin FridayThe festival is now a fundraising endeavor of the Fell's Point Preservation Society, which helps preserve the history of the neighborhood, including its 18th- and 19th-century buildings, without cost to Baltimore City.
No Injuries Reported Following Partial Collapse Of Fells Point RestaurantA Mexican restaurant in Baltimore has closed temporarily after part of its building collapsed Sunday.
Thieves Drive Van Into Fells Point 7-Eleven, Take ATM, Police SayA group of four suspects drove a van into the front of a Fells Point 7-Eleven early Tuesday morning and made off with the store's ATM, the Baltimore Police Department said.
Baltimore To Provide Sand Bags For Ida Prep, Urges Residents To Park In GaragesIn preparation for the remnants of Tropical Depression Ida, the Baltimore City Department of Transportation and the Parking Authority of Baltimore City announced Tuesday that sandbags and parking will be available for Baltimore City residents in preparation for heavy rains expected on Wednesday.
Weekend Road Closures For Aug. 20 - Aug. 22The Baltimore City of Department Transportation is advising motorists of a temporary closure and parking restrictions for this weekend.
15-Year-Old Charged In Fells Point Triple ShootingA 15-year-old boy is being charged as an adult with first-degree attempted murder in a triple shooting that took place in Fells Point
Baltimore Department Of Transportation Announces Weekend Parking Enforcement, Road ClosuresThe Baltimore Department of Transportation has announced parking enforcement in Fells Point and several road closures Saturday and Sunday for the Festival of India, street cleaning and crane lift operations.
Fell's Point Fun Festival Returns This Fall After 2020 HiatusThe 55th Fell's Point Fun Festival will be held this fall after a hiatus in 2020.
Suspect Charged For Fells Point Swastika Graffiti, Councilman Pushes For Hate Crime ChargeThe suspect in a series of swastika graffiti incidents in Fells Point has been charged with destruction of property, announced First District Councilman Zeke Cohen in a tweet Friday.
Fells Point Business Owners Meet With City Agencies On Recent CrimeAfter shootings in Fells Point over the last two weekends, officials say they have the resources in place to try to prevent more violence this weekend. City agencies also met with neighborhood business owners to try to discuss their concerns.
Fells Point Residents Combat Serial Swastika Graffiti With Rainbow HeartsThis week, neighbors in Fells Point discovered that someone had drawn swastikas on poles up and down Fleet Street. So they sprang into action and worked quickly to cover up the symbols to show that love triumphs over hate.
Baltimore Officials Say Resources In Place To Prevent Fells Point ViolenceAfter gunfire each of the past two weekends and three people shot, Baltimore city officials said they have the resources in place to try to prevent more violence this weekend in the popular neighborhood.
Leaders Call Fells Point Violence 'Tragic & Unacceptable,' Police Urging People To Speak Up
Mayor Brandon Scott Continues To Receive Backlash After Failing To Attend Fells Point Town Hall MeetingsMayor Brandon Scott continues to face criticism after he did not attend Town Hall meetings to address the violence in Fells Point last week. The mayor said he has previously commitments to other community meetings that were already on his schedule.
Baltimore Investigators Seeking Public's Assistance In Identifying Persons Of Interest In Fells Point ShootingBaltimore Investigators are asking for the public's assistance in identifying several persons of interest in connection to the June 6 shooting in Fells Point.