“I think Baltimore is really attractive to a lot of people for a lot of reasons,” says Bill Romani, a candidate who hopes to represent the 46th District in the […]
Detective Jeremy Silbert of the Baltimore City Police Department’s Public Information Office visited the Southeast District Police Community Relations Council last week to encourage residents to get their news directly […]
The Liquor Board reinstated the liquor license for Voltage Nightclub, with the caveat that the club not reopen, and that the license not be used at Voltage’s location, 5625 O’Donnell […]
Robbery Leverton Ave., 3400 block, April 7, 7 a.m. The victim said he was walking on S. Conkling St. when his $50 bill fell out of his hand. He picked […]
“Ladies and gentlemen, we are here today because Steve Schwei had a meeting and never gave up,” said City Councilman Jim Kraft (D-1) at last weekend’s block party celebrating the […]
“Stakeholders”—i.e. parents, educators, residents and others—were invited to give input into Baltimore City Public Schools’ decision on how to establish a new elementary/middle school last Thursday. Close to 100 showed […]
The Alcoholic Beverages Act of 2014 passed through the Maryland General Assembly last week. But a “padlock law”–which would allow the police commissioner to temporarily close establishments under certain circumstances̵ ...