As school starts in Baltimore city on Monday, it could be the last time kids see August on the calendar during the regular school year. Read More →
A popular homebuyers incentive program quickly ran out of money to assist applicants this year because it began the fiscal year with sharply less money than in previous years, according to statistics provided by the Baltimore City housing department. Read More →
Maryland and Japan bonded over bullet trains, but it takes a document to seal the relationship. Read More →
From time to time, the Baltimore Sheriff’s Office and Baltimore liquor board send minors into local liquor stores and wine shops to see if they will sell them alcoholic beverages, which would be against the law. Read More →
The Parking Authority of Baltimore is looking to make sure that disabled people can park in reserved spaces in a pair of much-visited areas. Read More →
After running for Congress and U.S. Senate here, Dan Bongino has become a Florida Man. But he’s still running for office. Read More →
City housing department has stopped taking applications for home buyers incentive program
Less than two months into fiscal 2017, a Baltimore city housing program that helps potential buyers purchase vacant city-owned properties has reached its funding limit for the year and has stopped taking applications.
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