Tuesday Afternoon Headlines: Only One-Third of Murders Cleared by BPD; Block Razed for Revitalization; Rise of the Rest Coming to Baltimore; and More

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Aug 04, 2015 5:03pm

Vacant Berea block razed for revitalization — Baltimore Sun

Baltimore Police have only cleared about a third of the city’s murders — CBS Baltimore

Baltimore City looks for more STEM teachers — WBAL-TV

Steve Case’s Revolution is kicking off $1 million investment round in Baltimore — BBJ

ZeroFOX under fire for social media ‘Threat Actors’ report during Baltimore riots — Baltimore

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Ellicott City Home Struck by Lightning During Early Morning Thunderstorm

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Aug 04, 2015 3:38pm

photo courtesy Howard County FD

photo courtesy Howard County FD

When we awakened to the violent crashes of this morning’s early rising thunderstorm, it sounded like the thunder was crashing right over the roof. In Ellicott City home, the lightning actually hit the house. Read More →


Tuesday Morning Headlines: Three Ways to Stop Violence From Happening; Mosby Says Homicide Commission Waste of Money; Justin Tucker Is No Average Kicker; and More

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Aug 04, 2015 7:00am

Baltimore’s Innovative New Performance Series – Splice Today

‘The Summer of Freddie Gray’ has left Baltimore reeling, with 45 killed in July – Washington Post

At open practice, Justin Tucker reminds fans and Ravens he’s no average kicker – Baltimore Sun

Three ways to stop violence from happening – Baltimore Sun

Mosby says Baltimore homicide commission is waste of money – Baltimore Sun

Rascovar: The new, nasty Larry Hogan – Maryland Reporter


Monday Afternoon Headlines: National Urban League Picks Baltimore for 2016 Conference; Mother of Boy Beaten Over Birthday Cake Pleads; and More

0 Written by: | Monday, Aug 03, 2015 4:23pm

National Urban League to host 2016 annual conference in Baltimore — WBAL-TV

Mother of boy beaten over birthday cake pleads not guilty — CBS Baltimore

Chesapeake Wine Co. in Canton is on the market — BBJ

2 shot in Bowleys Quarters Monday morning — Baltimore Sun

This tea startup just ditched Philly for Baltimore — Baltimore


It Looks Like the Ravens Already Lost a Player to Injury

0 Written by: | Monday, Aug 03, 2015 3:42pm

Matt Elam in 2013 (Wikimedia Commons)

Matt Elam in 2013 (Wikimedia Commons)

Just a few days into training camp, the Baltimore Ravens already lost a defender that coaches were hoping would bounce back this year. Matt Elam, a third-year safety, suffered a torn biceps during practice on Saturday, the team said. Read More →


Monday Morning Headlines: 10 Shot Overnight in Baltimore; Blue Moon Cafe to Grow Its Operation from Federal Hill; Mosby Wont Cooperate with Homicide Panel; and More

0 Written by: | Monday, Aug 03, 2015 7:08am

A Maryland Town Fires Its Black Police Chief, Exposing a Racial Rift – New York Times

Blue Moon Café To Grow Its Operations Out of New Federal Hill Location –

Gov. Hogan’s changes for Maryland come with an in-your-face attitude – Washington Post

300 Men March bikes across city to call for an end to violence – Baltimore Sun

2 Dead, 10 Shot Overnight In Baltimore – CBS Baltimore

Mosby Derailed Program to Analyze Baltimore Homicides – Baltimore Sun


Friday Afternoon Headlines: Blue Moon Tonight; Hogan’s Positive Outlook; and More

0 Written by: | Friday, Jul 31, 2015 4:28pm

In Baltimore, hope can be a dangerous thing — Baltimore Sun

Cancer, hair loss haven’t affected governor’s positive outlook — CBS Baltimore

Rare blue moon to occur tonight — WBAL-TV

Design for Merritt Athletic Club expansion in Canton has ‘come a long way‘ — BBJ

Ravens’ Jimmy Smith wants place among top NFL corners — USA Today


Friday Morning Headlines: Defense Claims Prosecutors Withholding Freddie Gray Evidence; Teens Rescued From Water; O’s Rally Falls Short; and More

0 Written by: | Friday, Jul 31, 2015 7:00am

Defense says prosecutors withholding evidence Freddie Gray ‘attempted to injure himself’ in previous arrest — Baltimore Sun

2 teens rescued from water in Harford County — CBS Baltimore

As day camps multiply, kids spend summer doing whatever they want — BBJ

Depleted Tigers get 16 hits and squeeze past Orioles 9-8 — AP

Sources: Orioles expected to make one deal by Friday’s trade deadline — Baltimore Sun


Thursday Afternoon Headlines: Ravens Camp Opens with Webb Failing Conditioning Test, Perriman Injury; and More

0 Written by: | Thursday, Jul 30, 2015 5:23pm

More details emerge on Batts meeting after Freddie Gray death — Baltimore Sun

Crews battle 3-alarm blaze near Gibson Island — CBS Baltimore

Ravens WR Brashad Perriman injures knee in practice — WBAL-TV

Ladarius Webb injures knee, isn’t cleared to practice yet — NBC Sports

$81M Marriott Residence Inn planned for East Baltimore moves ahead — BBJ


Thursday Morning Headlines: Miss. Man Walks into Md. Church with Gun; Source: Governor to Close Baltimore Men’s Jail; Mark Pappas’s 55 Years in Business; and More

0 Written by: | Thursday, Jul 30, 2015 7:00am

Mark Pappas celebrates 55 years in business – Baltimore Sun

Ravens Excitement Brewing As Football Season Nears – CBS Baltimore

Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is ready to discuss Red Line alternatives – Baltimore Business Journal

Source: Governor to close Baltimore men’s jail – WBAL Baltimore

Will Baltimore Candidate Emerge in Maryland Senate Primary? – Roll Call

Mississippi man walks into Maryland church with gun – WUSA9

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