The human mind is divided into two sections. The conscious contains our everyday thoughts, it’s analytical and logical, it makes the decisions and r ...
Dypski Park is a 2.5-acre “pocket park” at 1225 S. Ellwood Ave. across Boston St. from the Canton Waterfront Park on the north side of the Du Burn ...
Another year, another failing grade for the Inner Harbor. Last week, the Healthy Harbor Initiative, a project through the Waterfront Partnership, released its yearly report card where it grades the […]
Parts of the Southeast are getting new sewer lines that will replace the city’s century-old sewage infrastructure. Starting within the next month, the Department of Public Works will begin rehabilitation […]
Force continuum is a practice taught to law enforcement officers. It’s a hierarchy of the type and amount of force an officer can use to restrain suspects. Deadly force should […]
In March, it was announced that 500 new rentable bikes will be hitting the streets this fall as part of a city-wide bike share program. The $2 million program will […]
At approximately 9 p.m. on Wednesday, May 4, two senior citizens were followed home, assaulted, and robbed at gunpoint. The victims were an 82-year-old man and 70-year-old woman who lived […]
On Saturday, April 30, Patterson Park hosted Día del Niño, or ‘The Children’s Day Festival”, a multicultural celebration of children hosted by the Friends of Patterson Park and the Creative […]
During the week of the one-year anniversary of the riots and unrest, Baltimore has seen a high-profile spike in violence. One of the most shocking crimes was a shooting on […]
On Tuesday, April 26, lawyer Matt McDaniel won the Republican nomination for the 1st district council seat that is being vacated by Councilman Jim Kraft. McDaniel was the first Republican […]
On Tuesday, April 26, a former teacher and non-profit founder, Zeke Cohen won the Democratic nomination for the 1st district council seat that is being vacated by Councilman Jim Kraft. […]