Former President Bill Clinton Visits Baltimore — Baltimore magazine
Minor earthquake detected in Howard County on Sunday — Baltimore Sun
Kiko Alonso Avoids Suspension After Hit to Joe Flacco’s Helmet — Sports Illustrated
Like millions of tons of cargo, the goods news keeps on moving down at the Helen Delich Bentley of Baltimore.
The folks down at the Port of Baltimore are grinding hard, and they’re accruing the awards and data to show for it. According to newly released figures, the port broke a quarterly record already this year for general cargo.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents in Baltimore saved the country from some very bad hombres last week, though they’re probably not what President Trump had in mind when he first used the phrase on the campaign trail.
With official 2016 shipping numbers finally on the books, a good year for the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore has turned into a great one.
Generally speaking, Port Covington stole the most attention this year among Baltimore’s potentially transformative development projects. However, the expansion of the 1.7-mile Howard Street Tunnel was not far behind, and it still remains the project that could arguably have the greatest effect on Baltimore’s economic role relative to the rest of the country.
The Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore is the most productive of all the shipping container ports in the land, according to one logistics-focused publication.