'We've Got To Keep Up': President Biden Touts Infrastructure Bill During Visit To Port Of BaltimorePresident Joe Biden visited the Port of Baltimore Wednesday touting the trillion dollar infrastructure bill.
President Biden To Visit Port Of Baltimore This WeekPresident Joe Biden is scheduled to travel to Baltimore this week to visit the Port of Baltimore.
Report Suggests Baltimore City, Baltimore County Consolidate Operations Of Water SystemsA new report released on Monday suggests Baltimore City and Baltimore County consolidate operations of the systems that bring drinking water to residents' homes and treat wastewater.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg Joins Officials At Port Of Baltimore To Promote Bipartisan Infrastructure BillBiden Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg toured the Seagirt and Dundalk Marine Terminals Thursday, two of the Port of Baltimore's six public terminals.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg To Visit Port Of BaltimoreTransportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg is due to visit the Port of Baltimore later this week.
Ellicott City $140M Flood Prevention Plan Will Tear Down Four Main Street Buildings, Build Drainage TunnelHoward County leaders announced Monday they will tear down four buildings on the historic stretch and build a drainage tunnel- that will come at a steep cost. 
Baltimore Could Get $200 Million To Repair City InfrastructureBaltimore City could be getting $200 million to help pay for some much needed improvements to aging water and sewer infrastructure.
Broken Pipe Leaks 10,000 Gallons Of Sewage Into Maryland NeighborhoodA broken sewer main has leaked thousands of gallons of raw sewage into a Maryland neighborhood.
Federal Aid For Md. Highways Down 9 Percent From 2008-2013Maryland has been feeling a transportation funding crunch in recent years at the federal, state and local government levels. Federal highway funding has dropped, just as it has in many other states. Maryland's own budget pressures also have drained money away from transportation.
Baltimore Property Owners Can Now Buy Plans To Cover Water, Sewer Line Breaks It's no secret that Baltimore City's infrastructure is crumbling--from water main breaks to sewer line eruptions. But property owners may have some protection coming their way.
Baltimore City Infrastructure A Huge Concern After 26th Street CollapseBaltimore City officials say they plan to release a more comprehensive report on the road collapse in Charles Village that displaced several residents and totaled a number of cars. In the meantime, construction continues as people across the city raise concern about the city's infrastructure.