Real Talk Tho: How Baltimore CeaseFire Cuts Violence In Half — The Real News
Farmacy Brings a True Farm Brewery Experience to Baltimore County — Baltimore magazine
Arts, Music, Food, Film, and More—10/17-10/24 — Baltimore Beat
After nine years serving with Baltimore’s Department of Public Works, most of that time as its director, Rudy Chow is set to retire next February.
With yet another push underway to bring Persistent Surveillance Systems’ plane back to Baltimore skies, the city’s police commissioner said today he remains skeptical of the technology originally piloted in 2016, unbeknownst to the people it was surveilling.
Weeks after about 50 AC-less city schools ended classes early on multiple hot days, and months before chilly weather sets in, Council President Brandon Scott has asked the mayor to commit a projected $34 million surplus to address inadequate cooling and heating in schools.
UPDATED Wednesday at 10:45 a.m.: Nearly two months after punting on buying $20 million worth of cyber insurance for the city, officials approved the decision Wednesday morning.
After distributing more than $700,000 worth of school supplies over the last five years, the Baltimore Teacher Supply Swap is shutting down next month.