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  • Officer Larry Fasano, a familiar face in Fell's Point. - Photo by Erik Zygmont
    Officer honored for devotion to Fell’s Point area
    December 4, 2013, No comments

    Officer Larry Fasano—who, with his bicycle, is a fixture around Fell’s Point—was named the “Officer of the Month” at Monday evening’s Southeastern District Police Community Relations Council meeting. “You talk […]

  • BRIEF-bank-robbery
    Highlandtown bank robbed at gunpoint
    November 27, 2013, No comments

    Hopkins Federal Savings Bank, 134 S. Eaton St., was the victim of a morning robbery on Friday, Nov. 22, at approximately 8:20 a.m. According to police, two unknown suspects entered […]

  • OneWaySign
    Foster Avenue to go one-way
    November 20, 2013, No comments

    Over the next two weeks, angle parking is being installed on Foster Ave. from Potomac St. to Clinton St. The street is also being converted to a one-way eastbound route. […]

  • boxes
    Amazon to open fulfillment center in Baltimore
    October 30, 2013, No comments, Inc. announced plans last week to open a 1-million-square-foot fulfillment center in Southeast Baltimore, at the site of the former General Motors site near Broening Highway’s intersection with Holabird […]

    Guide photographer receives recognition
    October 30, 2013, No comments

    Congratulations to Tom Scilipoti. The Fell’s Prospect resident and prolific photographer, who has been contributing to the Baltimore Guide for free for over 60 years, was profiled in the City […]

  • “The Recycling Stream” was a pop-up art project created during Baltimore Trash Talk’s 5-cent bottle exchange earlier this month. It illustrates the connection between trash and Chesapeake Bay. - Photo courtesy of Bridget Parlato
    First ‘Trash for Cash’ event a success
    October 16, 2013, No comments

    On Saturday, Oct. 5, residents turned in their trash and got cash. Baltimore Trash Talk, an initiative launched by Fell’s Prospect resident Bridget Parlato in response to the Southeast’s trash […]