Baltimore City and County to review decades-old water billing arrangement

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Photo by Ángelo González

The time has come for a review of Baltimore City and Baltimore County’s aging framework for water billing, officials say.

Construction on Camden MARC station should wrap up by early September, MTA says

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The soon-to-be-replaced MARC station at Camden Yards. Photo by Ed Gunts.

Commuters and Orioles fans will have to wait a few more months before they see a fully redone Camden MARC station outside of Oriole Park.

BSO musicians protest as lockout begins, prompted by collapsed negotiations

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Still via video from Baltimore Symphony Musicians/Twitter

Members of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra showed up at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall Monday morning with their parking passes disabled, unable to access the building without scheduling an appointment with management.

Pride 2019 in photos

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Photo by Tedd Henn

One of the oldest Pride celebrations in the country, Baltimore’s tradition now brings out tens of thousands each year to celebrate love, peace and progress for the LGBTQ+ community.

Councilman Henry picks back up on push to ban plastic bags in Baltimore City

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Photo by Jackie, via Flickr

Years after Stephanie Rawlings-Blake vetoed legislation banning stores from handing out plastics bags in Baltimore City, Councilman Bill Henry is giving it another go.

With ceremonial ‘ship christening,’ Port Discovery unveils two new exhibits

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Photo via Port Discovery Children’s Museum

Baltimore’s Port Discovery children’s museum finally has a port–and a ship to sail in it.