Someday soon, you could be parking at the BWI Airport garage before a flight and watch a driverless vehicle sneak in next to you.
Building on last year’s momentum, the third Baltimore Ceasefire, held this past weekend, was a resounding success, with zero killings around the city for 72 hours and good vibes at a slew of neighborhood events held around the city.
The group that oversees the Pride of Baltimore II, a wooden tall ship that hosts educational programs and serves as an ambassador to the city, announced it is “at a financial crossroads” and will have to dock the vessel during sailing season unless $230,000 is raised by March.
A former principal of the now-defunct Baltimore Community High School will serve three months in jail and must repay exactly $58,689.34 for using public funds to gamble and buy dozens of Apple devices and other electronics as gifts for others.
Anti-violence activists are bringing Baltimore’s neighborhoods together for a third installment of the Baltimore Ceasefire movement this weekend, asking everyone to put the guns down and share some love and remember those they’ve lost.
The Port of Baltimore has again bested itself, announcing yesterday that it set a new record for cargo 2017 with 10.7 million tons.
At an informal press conference called Thursday afternoon, Gov. Larry Hogan informed reporters he’ll undergo minor surgery this weekend to be treated for skin cancer.
The central branch of Baltimore’s Enoch Pratt Free Library downtown will be closed to the public for nine days this month as crews renovate the first floor of the 85-year-old building.
BGE customers should be seeing some slight cuts to their monthly bills very soon after a state commission yesterday approved the utility’s plan to pass on more than $100 million in tax savings from the new federal tax bill.