Along With Baltimore, PG Co. Vies For Amazon's 2nd HeadquartersA cross-state showdown is unfolding as another area enters the bid to bring Amazon's new headquarters to Maryland.
Gov. Larry Hogan Will Lobby Amazon, Jeff Bezos, For HQ BidGovernor Larry Hogan has launched the state's campaign to make Maryland the home to the new Amazon headquarters.
Port Covington Project Gets $233M From Goldman Sachs GroupOfficials say Goldman Sachs has agreed to provide $233 million in private equity funding to a waterfront redevelopment effort in south Baltimore led by a firm owned by Under Armour's CEO.
Port Covington's First Street Unveiled As Developments Are UnderwayThe Port Covington Project will cover 200 acres, and take decades to build, and on Monday, a first for the project was unveiled.
Baltimore Gets A Fourth Trash Wheel Next YearA new trash wheel is coming to Baltimore, the fourth one cleaning up the City's waterways.
Sagamore, Port Covington Set Course For South Baltimore CommunitiesRepresentatives from six neighborhoods and Sagamore Development signed on as partners Tuesday to work with South Baltimore communities.
Sagamore Spirit's Waterfront Distillery Opens In Port CovingtonSagamore Spirit hosted a ribbon cutting for its waterfront distillery in Port Convington Thursday morning.
Baltimore Boot Camp Teaches Valuable Manufacturing SkillsOne of Kevin Plank's businesses, Sagamore Development, is getting workers up to speed in Port Convington.
Baltimore City Councilman Faces Backlash for Comments Toward Under Armour CEOPolitical newcomer and Baltimore City Councilman Ryan Dorsey is facing backlash after comparing Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank's Port Covington plan to white supremacy.
New Taxis Hitting Baltimore Waters Have Wi-Fi, Heat & A/CNine months after the big announcement, a new wave of water taxis are finally hitting Baltimore waterways with help from Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank and Sagamore Development.
Port Covington Deal Gets the Official Go-AheadBillions of dollars and thousands of jobs promised as the Port Covington deal got the official go-ahead from Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Wednesday.