Thirsty Hamburglar Strikes at Columbia McDonald’s

Still from video via Howard County Police

A McDonald’s in Howard County was hit by a thirsty klutz of a burglar last week.

Philly Cop Indicted in Racketeering Investigation of BPD Gun Unit


Baltimore’s infamous Gun Trace Task Force was facilitating drug trafficking across state lines, according to a newly unsealed federal indictment.

Man Fatally Shot at Royal Farms Near Locust Point’s Anthem House

Photo via Google Street View

Baltimore’s most recent homicide happened right outside one of the city’s newest luxury dwellings in South Baltimore, where residents have recently bemoaned an uptick in violent crime.

In Push for ‘Unfettered Access,’ Baltimore County Gives All Students Public Library Accounts

Photo via Baltimore County Public Library

In a push to keep young minds curious and information unrestricted, Baltimore County schools and libraries have partnered up to give every public school student automatic library card privileges.

Baltimore’s Drinking Water Ranked the 10th Best in the Country

Image by Chihonglee, via Wikimedia Commons

For all of Baltimore’s infrastructural problems, our drinking water is first-rate, according to a magazine’s new ranking of municipal water systems.

New Baltimore Ashkelon Volunteer Team to Provide Help During Israeli Crises


When Scott Goldstein, Captain of the Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company, got the call from the director of U.S. operations for Israel’s Emergency Volunteers Project (EVP), he knew immediately what he had to do. He quickly packed his bags, cleared his schedule and within 24 hours was on a plane to Israel, prepared to fight the fires raging throughout the north of Israel.

Mindy and Jeff Rosen Chair Associated’s Young Adult Gala


Together, we can make an incredible IMPACT – through our 4th annual Generosity Gala. This year, Mindy and Jeff Rosen have decided to chair the Gala. Learn a little about why they took on this important role:

Bucking Year-long Trend, Baltimore Just Went Nearly a Week Without a Homicide


While you weren’t looking last week, Baltimore was enjoying a much-needed respite from its numbing homicide streak.

BARCS Suspends Dog Intakes, Most Adoptions Due to Canine that Contracted Virus

Photo via Google Street View

The BARCS animal shelter in South Baltimore isn’t taking in any dogs at the moment due to a confirmed case of canine distemper.

Baltimore Could See Daily Record Low Temperature During Tonight’s Freeze Warning

Courtesy Don from USA (Flickr), via Wikimedia Commons

Unless you’ve been sitting next to a space heater or wood stove every hour of this week, you probably already noticed cold weather season has arrived. If forecasters are right, tonight’s low temperature for Baltimore could go down in the record books.