If you’ve ever wondered what types of items end up in Baltimore’s trash wheels, your chance to find out is here.
Dozens of people in Baltimore rallied in front of the Edward A. Garmatz U.S. District Courthouse Tuesday night, protesting a leaked Supreme Court draft ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade.
The three-day Amplify 2022 program this week will feature a slate of speakers from political, business and cultural backgrounds; a Shark Tank-style entrepreneurship competition; field trips to local institutions; and more.
The Baltimore County Council put off for several weeks Monday night a vote on how it is going to set up a police accountability board.
Lit blue and amber to mirror the twilight, a new art installation in East Baltimore aims to make the area safer, more welcoming, and more visually appealing.
Mayor Brandon Scott joined elected officials, community leaders and residents Monday evening to celebrate and dedicate the 16 neon structures lining sidewalks of the Amtrack underpass along Gay Street between Wolfe and Ellsworth streets.
Children under 5 could be getting their COVID-19 vaccines in June, when the FDA is set to make a decision on authorizing Moderna and Pfizer vaccines.
Baltimore residents can apply now through May 9 to be one of the 200 young parents and guardians who will receive $1,000 per month as part of the city’s guaranteed income pilot program.
Leaders of the Johns Hopkins University this week paid tribute to the late Maryland Congressman Elijah Cummings by installing a portrait of him in the Milton S. Eisenhower Library.
New pickleball courts, basketball courts, bridges for hiking trails, and more will be constructed in Howard County with a $25.7 million investment in state and county funding for park improvements and projects.
As Baltimore rebuilds from 2019 ransomware attack, is $10 million for a cure better than prevention?
What does $10 million, committed for curing a city’s ransomware affliction, actually buy you?
AJ Nash, VP of intelligence at cybersecurity company ZeroFOX, says it depends on how you want to handle the situation. Firms can negotiate the ransom. For Baltimore, trying to recover from the devastating 2019 ransomware attack, that ransom was $76,000 worth of Bitcoin.
Village of Cross Keys developers pay tribute to the community’s original builder, James Rouse, on what would have been his 108th birthday
The company working to revitalize the Village of Cross Keys paid tribute to original developer James Rouse this week by naming a building in his honor on what would have been his 108th birthday.
By Chris Barylick
Capital News Service — Maryland earlier this month became the 10th state to create a paid family and medical leave program for workers, but Congress appears no nearer to enacting similar legislation.
The Maryland Board of Public Works on Wednesday approved more than $5.2 million to advance the state’s commitment to buy a waterfront property near two historic beaches in Annapolis.
By Ryan White
Capital News Service — The U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing is relocating its currency printing plant from Washington to Beltsville, Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday.