The Mississippi-based company that wants to build a $25 million senior living facility in North Roland Park cleared a key hurdle Tuesday when Baltimore’s zoning board approved two variances needed for construction to begin.
Baltimore City will invest $1 million in youth programming at the city’s recreation centers in an effort to provide more opportunities and positive outlets for the city’s young people.
Of the more than 180 most populated cities in the United States, Baltimore City has nearly the highest rates of stress, according to a new report from personal finance website WalletHub.
The report also ranked Baltimore’s southeastern neighbor, Columbia, Md., as one of the least stressed cities in the country.
The Embassy Suites Inner Harbor hotel and The Grand events venue have been sold for $18 million to a Washington, D. C.-based investment group that wants to convert the hotel to apartments.
Marvel Studios’s Black Panther was the most popular Black-led movie among Marylanders over the past year, a new report found.
Coronavirus weekly recap (July 3 – July 9): Maryland’s average COVID positivity rate rises for eight straight days
Maryland’s seven-day average rate of coronavirus tests that come back positive has increased for eight consecutive days since falling to 0.55% on June 30.
Hae Won Sohn, a visual artist from Seoul, South Korea, is the winner of the 2021 Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize.
Capital Gazette photojournalist Paul Gillespie was sitting in his Brooklyn Park home office, or his “sanctuary” as he calls it, when he heard a loud crash around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday.