Waste collected from Mr. Trash Wheel and friends is incinerated, generating electricity—and air pollution.
Abandoned Frankford lot is transformed into a place to teach the neighborhood through nature.
A local maker creates custom footwear for those in need.
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Westinghouse engineer Stanley Lebar built the Apollo 11 lunar television camera.
Long-shuttered Hutzler’s Department store is now home to 25 percent of global internet traffic.
Local app creates connections in the heart of Baltimore.
Share your smile for Mothers' Day!
From the B&O Railroad to Frank Zappa, we chronicle all the ways Baltimore changed America forever.
SpotWash received $100,000 grant from Emerging Technology Centers.
From a cleanup at Camden Yards to urban nature walks, National Wildlife Federation brings green thinking to city residents.
Climate change is already wreaking havoc on the city’s infrastructure and public health. How will Baltimore cope with the staggering challenges to come?
Cosmetic surgeons are laser-focused on improving your video self.
After a successful first year, Maryland’s medical cannabis industry is growing fast. Here’s everything you need to know.
Just in time for the playoffs, the Baltimore company designed augmented reality game Tilt The Ice.
Twenty of the most pivotal events in Baltimore this year, in chronological order.
A Johns Hopkins lecturer uses #OpenAPS to control her diabetes.
Celebrate the city’s googly-eyed water wheels during this inaugural event.
Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Labratory plans to crash a spacecraft into a near-Earth asteroid. NASA hopes it works.
Governor Larry Hogan announced new initiative to keep Maryland students safer.
Though hurricane season may be coming to an end, BGE crews assist all year round.
Thanks to clever engineering at the Maryland Zoo, this box turtle is on the mend.
Wen becomes second doctor to lead organization in its 102-year history.
On September 7, City Hall’s dome will illuminate to support Stand Up To Cancer.
Solar-powered pirate ships invade the Inner Harbor.
Struggling bike share program cancelled as City shifts to new technologies.
Baltimore’s trash wheels are more than just goofy, googly-eyed gimmicks.
Find free parking, complimentary coffee, and even child care at these shared spaces around town.