While Amazon may not be coming to Port Covington just yet, but the global retail giant is already expanding its footprint in Baltimore.
A new MTA line is in the works to get Baltimoreans to and from the growing Tradepoint Atlantic development at Sparrows Point.
For the second time this summer and third time in 2017, a long-abandoned distillery in Dundalk went up in flames last night.
Despite not getting its requested financial buy-in from Baltimore County, the state is moving ahead with a plan to try to eradicate the swarms of midges plaguing communities along the Back River.
A vacant distillery in Dundalk went up in flames this morning, adding to a growing list of troubling incidents at the location.
In a breaking point in a standoff over flies between Gov. Larry Hogan and Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, the governor’s office now says it will pay to spray a biological insecticide in “hot spots” of the Back River to fight off pesky midge swarms.
Baltimore County police are looking for one or multiple vandals who went trigger-happy with a pellet gun on parts of East and Southeast Baltimore County last weekend.
Yesterday, someone at a home in Dundalk took a bite out of a grilled cheese sandwich that was not theirs, setting off a terrible evening for one family.
Normally it’s a lucky day when you spot a manatee in Maryland waters, though it probably doesn’t bode well for the animal if it’s this late in the year. Someone in Dundalk had that recent misfortunate when they stumbled across a manatee that had passed away and was left stranded.
In a move to use all that targeting data they collect for good, Facebook announced their own Amber Alert system on Tuesday. In an announcement, the social media giant cited a 2014 case in which an 11-year-old Dundalk girl was found because a South Carolina motel owner recognized her from Facebook.