The aquarium considers relocating its most popular mammals.
A new app helps residents find parking, but at a price.
Avian activists try to curtail bird fatalities from collisions with city buildings.
Baltimore’s Playboy Club made a splash 50 years ago. It also left an indelible impression on the young women who worked there.
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23-year-old woman was initially hospitalized with life-threatening injuries.
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Our five musts from this month's calendar of events.
Today is Baltimore's official birthday and there's lots to celebrate this year with the Star-Spangled Banner's bicentennial.
Local campaign seeks recognition for Charm City’s role in U.S. bicycling history.
An Army National Guard member will sing the anthem at M&T.
With lackluster bats, our pitching saved us this week.
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Organizers say event will go off Sept. 20. Toilet races remain in doubt.
Nelson Carey, owner of the Belvedere Square wine shop, dies of a heart attack.
The Maryland governor and The Wire creator make peace over Coronas on Amtrak.
Interactive exhibits and comfortable weather drew thousands to this year's festival
Organizers hope to still put on this year's event with city’s help.
The country's largest spice company turns 125.
More than 58 tons of trash have been collected since wheel's May debut off Pier 6.
Firsthand accounts of what's happening in Baltimore.
After the posh Ivy Hotel, Marty Azola is passing the baton.
Heirs to the Amoco fortune are worth an estimated $2.1 billion.
Morning Show co-anchor joined Marty Bass in 1984.