There’s a new global venue management firm running the show–all the shows–at Royal Farms Arena.
Baltimore-area ballplayers should have a new place to train by year’s end.
The resurrected Baltimore Eagle leather bar in Old Goucher is set to reopen once again in early October, with the return of the original club’s legacy founder and general manager.
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One of the few sanctioned gathering spots for people experiencing homelessness in downtown Baltimore has been shut down “until further notice.”
With sign-off from Baltimore’s Board of Estimates this morning, national nonprofit real estate developer The Community Builders, Inc. is proceeding with a plan to build dozens of new townhouses and apartments on several blocks in Druid Heights and Upton.
A robber broke into Peabody Heights Brewery in Abell early this morning and made off with iPad registers, a laptop and petty cash, the brewery posted on Facebook.
The thief smashed a safe to get the cash and broke the windows on a company van to take a GPS unit, the brewery said.
Eddie’s of Mount Vernon, the grocery store threatened with displacement by a 10-story apartment building, has found a new home one block away.
Developer Dennis Richter and Eddie’s owner Dennis Zorn announced yesterday that the grocery store will move next year from 7 W. Eager St., its home since 1988, to the lower level of the Belvedere condominiums at N. Charles and E. Chase streets.
With plans to improve transportation in Baltimore County, including the pursuit of a free circulator bus in Towson and the jurisdiction’s first earmarked funds specifically for bike lanes, the Olszewski administration is now asking residents for their thoughts on getting around.