Scott, former wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, announces record donations to state schools and United Way of Central Maryland.
Co-founder of groundbreaking firm RTKL died of COVID-19 complications in July, shortly after his 98th birthday.
It’s never good news when the bankruptcy business is booming.
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A new bus route will make direct trips from downtown Baltimore to the facility.
The future of the long-controversial 52-foot sculpture could be in question with train station redesign.
A pledge from Amtrak as well as government and private funds will contribute to neighborhood renovation.
Bill Struever remade Baltimore’s harbor neighborhoods. His second act may be more dramatic.
Project on former Pemco industrial site will be anchored by Streets Market & Cafe and LA Fitness.
Milagro on The Avenue specializes in fair trade clothing and crafts.
Trading San Francisco Bay for the Chesapeake Bay, the chef makes her mark in Old Goucher.
Music education is more important now than ever.
Three years into being a Sagamore Ventures enterprise, the service is working on increasing visibility, riders, and its reach.
ProPublica investigates “opportunity zone” tax breaks going to Port Covington.
Pay these pets a visit at local stores, breweries, and makerspaces around town.
Wash and Learn Initiative aims to provide resources to those without regular Internet access
From the B&O Railroad to Frank Zappa, we chronicle all the ways Baltimore changed America forever.
Locally owned Composition Co. creates totes for the modern-day multi-tasker.
As we know by now, it might be one of the last times party buzz, betting, and horse racing come to Park Heights.
Historic Pimlico Race Course continues to devolve as its future remains uncertain.
Before exploring intra-city transportation options, local leaders hope to address issues at home.
We sat down with some local artists to talk style, inspiration, and the local scene.
After a successful first year, Maryland’s medical cannabis industry is growing fast. Here’s everything you need to know.
Recreational marijuana in Maryland might not be a question of if, but when.
Becoming less reliant on daily business, owners find new ways to appeal to customers.
With 11 restaurants and counting, Alex Smith, along with his brother Eric, is out to conquer the Baltimore dining scene.
For starters, one of the stalls officially opens today.