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First New Street Unveiled in Port Covington
Pedestrian-only Rye Street runs only 190 feet, but offers public access to waterfront.
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First New Street Unveiled in Port Covington

Pedestrian-only Rye Street runs only 190 feet, but offers public access to waterfront.

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Canton Waterfront is Baltimore’s First Organic Park

Saturday festival celebrates three-year transformation led by the City Recreation and Parks Department.

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​Bicyclists of Baltimore: The Documentary

Social media campaign celebrating city’s diverse bicycling community turns to crowdfunding for film project.

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Scorecard: League of Conservation Voters Gives State Legislators High Marks

Group says General Assembly made progress in protecting environment and Bay last session.​​


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​City Council to Move Today to Rename Robert E. Lee Park

Rawlings-Blake announces review of all of Baltimore’s Confederate statues.

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​National Aquarium Partners With Discovery Channel & Dives Into Shark Week

Inner Harbor aquarium will live-stream shark feedings and host daily diver chats.

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​Second Trash Wheel Could Come to Canton

Waterfront Partnership raising money for cleanup innovation off Boston Street.

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​Hogan Puts Brakes on Red Line

Rawlings-Blake “disheartened" by decision; Montgomery and Prince George's line gets go-ahead.

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​7 Don’t Miss June Bike Rides, Starting this Weekend

Kinetic Sculpture Race, Tour dem Parks, Hon!, Bikes & Beer are early summer highlights.

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Harbor Report Card: 'F'

Scores marginally improve, but long way to go for harbor and tributaries.


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Three Baby Falcons Hatched Atop the Transamerica Skyscraper

Check out the peregrine chicks on Chesapeake Conservancy's webcam.

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Washington Monument's Two Time Capsules Opened

Contents of 1815 cornerstone and 1915 box revealed at Walters Art Museum.

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Maryland at No. 10 in Bike Friendly Rankings

State remains in solid position, but drops three spots overall.

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Cumberland's DelFest: Bluegrass Meets Bicycling

Annual festival offers chance to mix Western Maryland camping, hiking, and biking with music.

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Slide the City Brings Giant Water Slide to Baltimore

One-day event turns city streets into 1,000-foot water slide.

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Friday is Bike to Work Day

Free coffee, bagels and giveaways at 33 morning "pit stops" around the Baltimore area.

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Bishop Accused of Killing Bicyclist Defrocked

Baltimore Episcopal Bishop faces hit & run, DUI and manslaughter charges next month.

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The First Earth Day: A Brief History

​Series of ecological disasters sparked movement for stronger environmental laws 45 years ago today.​

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Welcome to Baltimore, Hon! Skyscraper Peregrines Have an Egg in their Nest Today

"Boh" and "Barb" expecting another egg or two this week.

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Sandy Hook Cyclists Make City Hall Stop on Way to Capitol Hill

26 cyclists represent the 20 children and six educators killed in the 2014 school shooting.

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City Bike Plan Headed for Approval. But Will it Get Funded?

Bicycle Advisory Commission and Loch Raven Trails agreement also announced.

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