After a delayed, lengthy and contentious hearing last night, the Municipal Board of Zoning and Appeals granted a late night operator’s license—with considerable restrictions—to Diamond Hookah Lounge, 515 S. Broadway. […]
The Urban Pirates are here to stay, said members of the Fell’s Point Task Force on Wednesday evening. Following the Task Force’s decision, ...
Though the club has offered live entertainment in multiple forms over the years, the Latin Palace, 509 S. Broadway, is now on the path to offer such a ...
Due to “improper posting,” the Municipal Board of Zoning and Appeals postponed a decision on whether a mattress store will be allowed to operate in Baltimore Highlands. The property in […]
Editor’s note: The following is an update sent by Det. Roganzu Howard of the Baltimore Police Department’s Media Relations Unit. The shooting took place during the early morning of Tuesday, […]
Patterson Park users have been asked to take a survey, the latest development in the process of updating the park’s master plan, set in motion close to two years ago […]
City Councilman Warren Branch and Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young introduced legislation at last night’s Council meeting that would require members of the Baltimore Police Department to wear digital […]
The property at 511 S. Caroline St. was rezoned from residential to commercial last week at a hearing at City Hall. Mark Fitzgerald, who wants to buy the property, sought […]
Highlandtown is apparently the neighborhood that everyone likes to dump on, but residents aren’t going to take it anymore. Monday night, the Highlandtown Community Association invited representatives from the Department […]