Johns Hopkins University’s summer enrichment program fell apart because of mishandling of Covid-19 risks and failure to obtain state background checks in time, staff say in an open letter.
We all are rooting for the home team,” says Julian Jones, after the businessman who held a fundraiser for Johnny Olszewski defends his plan to build the county’s first privately owned trash transfer ...
The city’s lodging and meal guidelines are discarded as the Council President wins approval for a four-day stay at OC during the summer MACo conference.
The highly regarded summer youth program fell apart at the last minute. The Washington Post looks at what happened.
Two smelly (one figurative, one literal) examples of pay-to-play legislation from the Olszewski administration are up for Council review tomorrow. [OP-ED] ...
Similar paint flakes have been reported elsewhere in North Baltimore, including Medfield and Hampden. The Brew found several outside the Union Collective.
After the Supreme Court overturns reproductive rights and signals contraception and gay marriage may be next, the annual LGBTQ+ celebration has an undertone of urgency.
Former Baltimore mayoral candidate Mary Miller is throwing her support – and a big chunk of her money – behind Ivan Bates for state’s attorney, joined by a familiar face in local politics, Sheila ...
For more than a year, the bank account of Baltimore’s workers’ compensation system became the plaything of scam artists, who conducted over 300 unauthorized transactions before their schemes were ...
Workers have been grinding paint off the broadcast tower for weeks, say residents, one of whom tested a chip that came up positive for lead.
Allegations of abusive texts and a hostile work environment turn up the heat on the state’s attorney candidate.
And it was a grand gathering of Baltimore’s jazz community with performances by some of the biggest local names and brightest up-and-comers. Throw in the fact that the weather was sunny, breezy and ...