Our most popular story this week was Ed Gunts’ coverage of a planned restoration project for Baltimore’s 92-year-old War Memorial Building at 101 N. Gay Street. Ed Gunts reported in his Urban Landscape column that the historic building is set to receive a simple makeover when the city removes the soundproofing covering the interior glass windows. Once that’s finished, natural light can flood into Memorial Hall and let its design truly shine.

Here were our other most-read stories from Saturday, Jan. 21 through today:

Cynthia McIntyre — “A Southern Belle In North Roland Park Asks $1.495M: 1.9 Acres W/Pool” — Tuesday, Jan. 24

Stephen Babcock — “A Documentary on a Baltimore Step Team Was a Hit at Sundance” — Monday, Jan. 23

Ethan McLeod — “Councilman Criticizes MTA’s $45K Bus Deal with Flacco Amid S-Pass Fallout, While Senator Asks Flacco for Help” — Thursday, Jan. 27

Ethan McLeod — “Trump Called Rep. Elijah Cummings to Talk About Drug Pricing After MSNBC Spot” — Wednesday, Jan. 25

Ed Gunts — “Baltimore Education Advocate Jason Botel Reportedly Joining Trump’s White House as Senior Adviser” — Wednesday, Jan. 25

Ethan McLeod — “‘Consider Canada’: Fake Image of Maryland Highway Sign Goes Viral” — Friday, Jan. 20

Ethan McLeod — “Kevin Plank Among Executives Who Met With President Trump Today” — Monday, Jan. 23

Laurel Peltier — “Md. Take Note: PA’s Fracking Water Contamination Complaints Jump to 40 Percent” — Tuesday, Jan. 24

Ethan McLeod — “Colorado Nonprofit Picks Baltimore for Annual $200K Bike Infrastructure Grant” — Wednesday, Jan. 25

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Ethan McLeod

Ethan McLeod is a freelance reporter in Baltimore. He previously worked as an editor for the Baltimore Business Journal and Baltimore Fishbowl. His work has appeared in Bloomberg CityLab, Next City and...