Royal Caribbean Among Cruise Lines Screening For Flu, Coronavirus; Could Deny Boarding At Port Of BaltimoreRoyal Caribbean is implementing several new screening measures worldwide, including at the Port of Baltimore, as the coronavirus spreads to protect guests and crew.
Port Of Baltimore Handled Most Cargo Ever In 2019Business is booming at the Port of Baltimore. 
Port Of Baltimore Earns Top Security Rating For 11th Straight YearThe Port of Baltimore received high honors. 
Port Of Baltimore Executive Director Jim White To ResignJim White announced Thursday he will resign from his position as Executive Director of the Port of Baltimore.  
Asian Gypsy Moth Egg Masses Discovered On Ships In The Port Of BaltimoreFederal agents found nearly 150 incredibly destructive insects on four ships in the Port of Baltimore. 
Port Of Baltimore Sets New Cargo Records In Q2, Fiscal Year 2019For the first time ever, Baltimore's port saw more than 11 million tons of cargo pass through its terminals in the last fiscal year, breaking the record set in the previous fiscal year, the state's port administration said Monday.
Port Of Baltimore Awarded $703K For Security Upgrade Funding By FEMAThe Port of Baltimore is getting some cash to strengthen their security, including stronger access control points and cybersecurity. 
What's Behind The Record-Breaking Cocaine Busts At Baltimore And Philadelphia Ports?A U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency report says traffickers are turning to East Coast seaports because of increasing enforcement on the U.S.-Mexico border.
333 Pounds Of Cocaine Seized In Shipping Container Filled With Beach Chairs At Port Of BaltimoreLaw enforcement officials seized 333 pounds of cocaine from inside a shipping container at the Port of Baltimore earlier this month, the largest such seizure U.S. Customs and Border Patrol has ever seen at the port.
Business Booming, Jobs Increasing At Port Of BaltimoreBusiness is booming at the Port of Baltimore. 
Port Of Baltimore Sets New Monthly Cargo Records For MarchThe state-owned public marine terminals at the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore set new records in March, including new monthly standards for cargo tonnage and number of containers.