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  President Joe Biden is expected to visit the Charm City Monday morning. Here’s what you should know if you have to travel through Downtown Baltimore. RELATED: President Joe Biden Set To Visit Baltimore Next Monday Baltimore City’s Department of Transportation says drivers can expect delays downtown and in the surrounding areas from 11 a.m. to […]

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  The Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney’s Office announced that a suspended Baltimore City officer has been sentenced to 42 years in prison for the 2021 murder of his teenage stepson. Officer Eric Banks Jr. entered an Alford plea to second-degree murder and attempting to disarm a police officer last year. Banks was charged with […]

If you’ve visited the pump lately, then you may have noticed that gas prices are on the rise again and according to officials, it’s not expected to ease anytime soon. But why are prices rising? Here’s what we know: According to reports from AAA, gas in Maryland is averaging $3.54 a gallon as of Jan. […]

An early morning house fire in West Baltimore left two people injured and 11 puppies dead, officials said. According to reports from WBAL-TV, officers responded to a call for a reported fire shortly before 7:30 a.m. in the 500 block of Bentalou Street. Firefighters arrived shortly after and extinguished the flames. Inside the house, two […]

Baltimore City Police are investigating after a man broke the front glass door of Baltimore’s City Hall Wednesday morning. According to police, just before 9:30 a.m., the assailant smashed the door with what they are believing to be a hammer before fleeing the scene. Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Music, Entertainment, Contests […]

  Although Tuesday started off as a cold one, it is the calm before the madness. Enjoy the sunshine because a rain and snow wintry mix is headed toward the region. According to local weather reports, snow is expected to arrive in far Western Maryland in the early morning hours before 7 a.m. The Greater […]

    We’re highlighting Baltimore’s black businesses each and every Tuesday. Here are some places to check out this week. Baltimore Safe Haven Business Description: “Providing opportunities for a higher quality of life for transgender, lesbian, gay, bisexual and queer people living in survival mode in Baltimore.” Business Website: https://www.baltimoresafehaven.org/ Quality Coverage Hospitality Staffing Company […]

  Morgan State University is set to receive millions of dollars in funding to help assist with continued research opportunities. President David Wilson made the announcement Monday with U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen during a news conference Monday. Van Hollen played a vital role in helping to pass the bill associated with the federal program […]

  President Joe Biden is set to visit the Charm City next week. According to a press release from the White House, Biden is scheduled to visit the city on Jan. 30. He is expected to discuss infrastructure related to replacing the Baltimore and Potomac Tunnel. The project will be assisted by the Infrastructure bill […]

Mayor Brandon Scott announced with Baltimore City officials the launch of a new paperless water billing system along with a new payment plan program. City residents now have the option to enroll in paperless water bills and can pay any past-due balances over a period of time without accruing any interest. For those interested in […]

A Baltimore man pleaded guilty Tuesday to fatally stabbing a 69-year-old beloved woman inside her East Baltimore church. Manzie Smith Jr., 63, pleaded guilty to the murder of Evelyn Player who was stabbed to death in November 2021. Smith received a life sentence with all but 50 years suspended and five years of probation. The […]