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.
A GPS-based system that enables customers to determine the estimated arrival time of their Local Bus via computer, tablet, smartphone and standard phone.
Two liquor license transfers for Port Covington and Riverside/Locust Point establishments were approved today, January 15th, at the Board of Liquor License Commissioners for Baltimore City (BLLC) hearing.
Beach volleyball has been a staple of the Inner Harbor’s Rash Field for the last 15 years, with league play for the last 13 years, but its future remains in the air as the city looks to implement the Inner Harbor 2.0 plan.
The investment in South Baltimore seems to increase exponentially and that trend seems likely to continue in 2015. Here’s a look at some of the big things likely to happen this year.
Today, the Tribune Media Company announced it has sold its 60-acre property at 300 E. Cromwell St. for $46.5 million to an undisclosed buyer.
Pigtown native and Morrell Park resident Romeo Santos is once again a finalist for ESPN’s Fan Hall of Fame, making it to the final 10.
Hogan and Christie have announced a rally at the Patapsco Arena at 3301 Annapolis Rd. in South Baltimore’s Cherry Hill neighborhood.
Pixilated Photo Booth, a company headquartered in South Baltimore’s Morrell Park neighborhood, is opening an art gallery and community photo booth in a 325 sq. ft. space at 46 E. Cross St. in the former home of Zelda Zen.
On Tuesday night the Orioles clinched their first American League East Division Title since 1997. It was their first time doing so at home since 1969 and it was AMAZING, but only part of what was an unbelievable last seven days around South Baltimore.
Though the plans for these properties are not yet known by the public, development appears to be moving forward as the properties have been entered in the Maryland Department of the Environment Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP)