If you’re hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year or you’re simply a guest, the last thing you need in a home is for the plumbing system to fail.
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.
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.
District 46 Senator Bill Ferguson is Chair of the Baltimore Casino Local Development Council (BLDC). The BLDC advises Mayor Rawlings-Blake and future Baltimore mayors on how the community impact funds should be spent.
Leadership from the neighborhood associations of Federal Hill, Federal Hill South, Riverside, and South Baltimore, along with Delegates Clippinger and McHale, and Councilman Cole’s office, met with Southern District (SD) Police leadership on Thursday (8/21).
The different communities surrounding the Middle Branch in South Baltimore share a common frustration: the current condition of the Hanover Street Bridge
Development around the Middle Branch in South Baltimore has been slow to take off, but the National Aquarium is hoping the completion of West Covington Park will be the first step in reversing the area’s fortunes.
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.