We’re happy to report that warm weather is ahead, and we can (hopefully) put this past winter behind us. If you’re planning on doing some spring cleaning outside this month, you’ll more than likely need to turn your outdoor faucet (commonly known as a hose bib) back on.
The same individual was also arrested on March 31st by Officer Borris Graham for the same crime occurring on the 1400 block of Riverside.
Both men are charged with numerous robbery and handgun related counts and will be charged with carjacking and two additional robberies in Washington DC.
Betamore, Federal Hill Preparatory School, and Digital Harbor Foundation have formed an alliance called EdTech Lab to bring together start-up companies, students and teachers to create the next great wave of innovation in education technology.
Baltimore Police Department Southern District Captain Brian Hance provided the following crime updates.
Federal Hill Main Street’s Spring Block Party is Sunday, April 26th on Cross Street featuring food, drinks, live music and craft vendors.
There are only two townhomes left at The Townes at Marshall Green. These new construction homes each feature two-car parking, hardwood floors, a gourmet kitchen, three bedrooms, three and a half baths, and a green roof with great skyline views. Each home has a five-year new construction property tax credit.
Federal Place in Federal Hill first began in the mid-2000s at a former industrial site. Lennar built 26 new-construction townhomes and now, after a long wait, Phase 2 will be getting underway soon.
Check out this townhome in HarborView that features a garage, gourmet kitchen, multiple outdoor spaces, multiple living rooms, harbor views, and more.
Baltimore Police Officer Dan Waskiewciz and his dog Bo became a viral sensation after their story was shared around the world. While on duty, Waskiewciz responded to a call for a ‘vicious dog chasing kids.’ He immediately fell in love with the dog and later adopted him.
It was the South Baltimore community that made this tough decision an easy one for the owners. “The neighborhood basically decided not to let us close,” said Finnerty.