Happy birthday to the city of Baltimore! Baltimoreans across the region celebrated 294 years on July 30, the city’s official birth date declared by Baltimore City and Maryland leaders. According to historians, the Maryland General Assembly passed a bill establishing Baltimore as a town on July 30, 1729. However, some believe that Baltimore’s real birthday […]

It’s turning out to be a good summer for the kids in Baltimore County and now Baltimore City as well. We all know that for some kids when school is in session, that is the only time they get to eat. After Baltimore County have announced that they will feed kids 18 and under this […]

For years, residents of Baltimore have been complaining about the Recreation Centers being closed, leaving the youth with nothing to do and nowhere to go. Many have said that is a reason why the youth has turned to violence in the streets. Well once again, it seems that the cries of the city have not […]

In May of 2017 Akia Eggleston, who was 8 months pregnant did not show up to her baby shower. Ever since, Investigators have been working to figure out what happened and if she is still alive. Earlier today, Baltimore’ City State’s Attorney, Marilyn Mosby, and Akia’s family did a Press Conference announcing that they have […]

The U.S Treasury has said that they will reallocate funds if counties continue to struggle distributing them. Details inside.

The new cameras are expected to go online in mid-July, says the Baltimore City Department of Transportation.

After being taken down for a few months, the infamous "Domino Sugar" sign is a few weeks away from returning to the Baltimore Harbor sky. 

I feel like a witch hut is a brewing. So you mean to tell me Nick and Marilyn Mosby can’t buy a million dollar home? They can’t have good credit to do so? She can’t take off? They can’t provide for their family after politics is long gone out of their lives? I think somebody’s […]

Due to improving Coronavirus numbers, Mayor Brandon Scott has announced that the city will begin easing COVID-19 restrictions Monday (Feb. 22). More inside.

It looks like with the COVID-19 cases going down as well as hospitalizations Baltimore City business owners could see more business and residents can enjoy more of the city! Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott put a lift on more restrictions at restaurants, bars, gyms and more. One thing that a lot of people are happy about […]

After alarming returns on a survey, a local group of designers, Open Works provided desks to over 4,400 Baltimore City students.

It finally happened. After trying seafood for the first time, I'm excited about how we can break limits on our lives.