Like most things that are awesome, there’s no money in running the Charm City Circulator. In fact, the bus service is losing money. Read More →
A Sparrows Point blast furnace once known as the “Beast of the East” is set to be imploded in the coming weeks, but its star will still shine. Read More →
While Boston city officials were getting their ire up over the Canton-developed parking app Haystack — they eventually banned its use — their Baltimore counterparts opted for a wait-and-see approach. City Councilman James B. Kraft explained it like this: “[W]e think it’s going to die an actual death, so at this point we’re letting it go. If it becomes more of a problem we’ll deal with it.” Read More →
The former principal of Western High School was indicted Monday for stealing $60,000 from a fund that is designed to provide money for students. Read More →
It’s the busiest travel week of the year, and BWI’s terminal started things off with a power outage on Monday morning. Read More →
As a grand jury decision in the Ferguson, Mo., shooting death of black teenager Michael Brown by white police officer Darren Wilson has got Missouri law enforcement on edge, two national activists and religious leaders were talking about it in Baltimore. But they were at different places, and their messages weren’t exactly the same either. Read More →
Those rumors about the University of Maryland’s plans to turn Cole Field House into a football practice facility are true, and, of course, Kevin Plank is in the mix. Read More →
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