Firefighters Battle Two-Alarm Fire In Southwest BaltimoreThe two-alarm fire started at a house in the 300 block of North Hilton Street on Saturday afternoon, according to the local firefighter's union.
Community Members Meet Over Baltimore's Dangerous Vacant HousesThe dangers posed by vacant houses have haunted Baltimore for decades.
Baltimore City Councilmembers Craft Bills To Ease Vacant House BurdenCity lawmakers are taking steps toward addressing the problems associated with Baltimore's nearly 15,000 vacant houses.
Nick Mosby Introduces Bills To Battle Baltimore's Vacant House ProblemCity Council President Nick Mosby has introduced three new bills to address the problems posed by the thousands of vacant properties in Baltimore.
Crawling Fire Damages Houses In Druid Heights For Second TimeA fire damaged several houses in Baltimore’s Druid Heights neighborhood on Sunday night, according to authorities.
Baltimore's First Responders Recover Human Remains From Vacant House On Pennsylvania AvenuePolice officers and firefighters worked together to remove human remains from inside of a vacant house in the 2000 block of Pennsylvania Avenue on Friday, according to authorities.
Mayor Scott Steers $100 Million Toward Baltimore's Vacant House ProblemMayor Brandon Scott announced on Friday that he would steer $100 million from American Rescue Plan Act funds toward addressing the thousands of vacant and dilapidated houses that haunt Baltimore—like the one that killed three firefighters in January.
Several JHU-Owned Charles Village Vacant Houses To Be Demolished For Green SpaceSeven Johns Hopkins-owned rowhomes in Charles Village are set for demolition beginning later this month.
New Details Surface About The Fire That Killed 3 Baltimore FirefightersThe Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives is seeking a person of interest in connection with the fire on South Stricker Street that killed three firefighters. 
Baltimore's Collection Of Vacant Houses Remains A Catalyst For CrimeFires are not the only danger stemming from Baltimore’s vacant buildings.
Demand Exceeds Resources For Baltimore City's Vacant HousesCity housing officials say that when it comes to solutions for reducing the number of vacant houses in Baltimore—from demolition to rehabilitation—the demand exceeds the resources.