This week SouthBMore.com takes a look at five Locust Point homes that are just a short walk to Latrobe Park which features sports fields, a dog park, tennis and basketball courts, walking paths, and more.
Yesterday, Sagamore Development, the team behind the proposed 260-acre Port Covington Master Plan, reached a community benefits agreement with the South Baltimore Six Coalition (SB6).
Sagamore Development’s Port Covington Master Plan received overwhelming support on Wednesday at its Presentation and Public Testimony at the Baltimore City Planning Department.
Liam Flynn, the owner of Liam Flynn’s Ale House in Station North, is opening a second restaurant at 3432 S. Hanover St. in South Baltimore’s Brooklyn neighborhood. O’Flynn’s Crab & Cask House will open in the former space of O’Brady’s Crab House, a longtime Brooklyn-staple before it closed in 2015.
SouthBMore’s Best 2015, SouthBMore.com’s inaugural competition and celebration of the best of South Baltimore, kicks off today. Readers will vote in 30 different categories and select the best restaurants, businesses, foods, drinks, attractions, and professionals in South Baltimore.
A GPS-based system that enables customers to determine the estimated arrival time of their Local Bus via computer, tablet, smartphone and standard phone.
Mateen Zar of Curtis Bay is a Democrat candidate for District 46 (map here) Senator. The primary election will be held on June 24th and the general election will be held on November 4th.
A six month old female mixed-breed puppy was brought to the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (BARCS) on May 28 by a good Samaritan who found her in an alley behind Deacon Hill Court in Brooklyn
On Thursday, April 17, 2014, a public safety forum was held for the Southern District of Baltimore City at the National Federation of the Blind in Riverside. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Commissioner Anthony W. Batts, Major Ian Dombroski, Fire Chief Niles Ford, and many police officers from the Southern District were on hand to address the safety concerns from residents of South Baltimore neighborhoods.
Starting in April, the Baltimore Department of Public Works (DPW) will begin mechanical street sweeping for all of Baltimore’s neighborhoods. This is great news for those who have been frustrated by the cleanliness of the streets throughout the city.