The city’s Department of Public Works launches its first alley-sweeping program on Aug. 18. The custom-designed alley-sweeping machines will clean loose trash, grit, dirt, oils and other chemicals from alleys […]
In a press release last week, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced the departure of Brenda McKenzie, CEO of the Baltimore Development Corporation, a nonprofit contracted by the city for economic development. […]
The handwritten sign on Latin Palace’s front door says a lot, but doesn’t tell the whole story. “Do to circumstances beyond our control, we’re not going to be open for […]
The developer of 1000 S. Linwood Ave., currently a vacant warehouse, called Canton residents to a meeting on Wednesday to discuss his proposal to build a 5-story apartment and office […]
Representatives from Baltimore Housing’s Code Enforcement Office visited residents at Monday evening’s Southeast Police Community Relations Council meeting to discuss “boarded-up buildings, slumlords, drug nuisances, illegal d ...
Residential permit parking: yes or no? The Butchers Hill Association will ask its membership to answer this preliminary question—the first in a series of decisions and approvals necessary for establishing […]
With the cordiality of opposing generals meeting before battle, representatives from Ritz Cabaret and the Fell’s Point Task Force met last week to review the Ritz’s plans to build a […]