Sports not only gave me something constructive to do after school, it helped motivate me to get good grades so I could continue to play. Bad grades meant no karate, no wrestling, none of the things I loved to do.
Construction is everywhere you look Downtown. In 2014, Downtown Baltimore saw gains in population and employment and more than 5100 housing units are in the pipeline.
With St. Patrick’s Day tomorrow, it is a great time to learn more about The Irish Railroad Workers Museum in Hollins Market.
A GPS-based system that enables customers to determine the estimated arrival time of their Local Bus via computer, tablet, smartphone and standard phone.
This week’s Mid-Week Five features renovated rowhomes from SoWeBo to SoBo that were recently listed.
Check out the most and least expensive homes sales in neighborhoods around South Baltimore.
On Thursday, November 6th, a new vision for Pigtown Main Street was revealed during the presentation of the Business District Strategic Plan at the Southwest Baltimore Charter School.