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.
Baltimore Police Department Southern District Captain Brian Hance provided the following crime updates.
Construction has begun to convert The Parker Building at 333 W. Ostend St. in the Stadium Area of South Baltimore into approximately 50,000 sq. ft. of office space.
Houston-based Hanover Co. revealed plans today at the Urban Design & Architecture Review Panel (UDARP) for the Phase I of the Stadium Square development. The plans feature a 293-unit apartment building with 14,000 sq. ft. of retail and 450-500 parking spaces, which will be located on the 1110 block of Race St., the northern most block of the development.
As Executive Director of The Baltimore Station since 2007, Seipp has been behind the significant growth of the organization, tripling its revenue from $1 million to $3.2 million.
On February 3, 2015, a total of five break-ins and one attempted break-in occurred in Federal Hill, Otterbein and Riverside. SouthBMore.com received the following update from Baltimore City Police Department (BCPD).
We caught up with FHHA President Brian McComas to see why the condition and future of Cross Street Market is such an important issue to his organization.
A GPS-based system that enables customers to determine the estimated arrival time of their Local Bus via computer, tablet, smartphone and standard phone.
A stabbing occurred last night on the 1100 block of Race St. in the Sharp-Leadenhall neighborhood.
Two Baltimore videos had quite the rise on the web this week and both featured a lot of South Baltimore, as well as some incredible cinematography.
Crossbar der Beirgarten has applied to transfer the liquor license from 1015-1019 S. Charles St., the former Banjara/The Hill/Joey B’s, to its property at 18 E. Cross St.
Federal Hill residents and local musicians Mia Pomerantz-Amaral and Jorge Amaral, known professionally as Duo Amaral, are launching a series of recitals and master classes in the neighborhood.
4th Down Partners – a company comprised of Keith Payne Jr., a former New York Giants and University of Virginia (UVA) running back, and Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Eugene Monroe have joined the project.