Fund Created To Help Small Business Owners Amid Lexington Market RedevelopmentLexington Market, along with the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and other financial groups are partnering to create the $1 Million Lexington Market Accelerator Fund.
Lexington Market Calling For Artists For Two New Art InstallationsThe Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts and the Municipal Art Society of Baltimore announced two calls for artists for the new Lexington Market.
Second Wave Of Applications For Spots In Renovated Lexington Market Now Open Through March 19Vendors hoping to get a spot in the redeveloped Lexington Market in Baltimore have another opportunity to do so.
New Lexington Market Vendor Application Period Closing FridayConstruction on the new Lexington Market is well under way, and as the project's completion nears, vendors hoping to move in have just days until the first wave of applications is due.
70-Year-Old Man Missing From Baltimore Since August 15James Tyson was last seen August 15. He is 5'7" and weighs 219 lbs. 
Lexington Market Returns To Normal Daily Schedule Two Weeks After Reopening Amid Coronavirus PandemicJust two weeks after reopening, Lexington Market is returning to its regular daily schedule.
Lexington Market Accepting New Vendor Applications Through Beginning Of OctoberCalling all business owners. The historic Lexington Market is looking for some new vendors.
Lexington Market Welcomes Back Customers With Safety Measures In Place Amid Coronavirus PandemicLexington Market is now back open after being closed for months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: Lexington Market Open At 50% Capacity Thursday-Saturday Starting July 30The market will be open Thursdays through Saturdays starting July 30. 
Portion Of Baltimore's Lexington Market Demolished, Making Way For RenovationsDemolition of a portion of the Lexington Market in Baltimore is underway.
Coronavirus Closings: Baltimore Public Markets, Lexington Market Closing Thursday EveningBaltimore Public Markets and Lexington Market are joining the growing list of restaurants, businesses and public spaces closing due to the coronavirus.