A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for parts of Maryland as Tropical Storm Isaias continues its journey north. Baltimore City, Baltimore, Prince George’s, Anne Arundel, Charles, Cecil, Carroll, Harford and Kent counties are all under Tropical Storm Warnings. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD OUR APP AND TAKE US WITH YOU ANYWHERE! Tropical downpours between 3 […]

  Baltimore City Council approved legislation that would stop landlords from increasing tenants’ rent during the State of Emergency because of the coronavirus pandemic. The COVID-19 Renter Relief Act is on the way to Mayor Jack Young’s desk for final approval. “I am excited to have had this bill pass through the council, and I […]


Baltimore City’s Comptroller Joan Pratt is accused of voting to give city-owned lots to the church she belongs to. The Office of Inspector General found that Pratt had a conflict of interest when voting yes back in 2017 to sell 15 vacant lots, valued at $1,000 each, for $1 apiece to Bethel AME Church. Pratt […]

New traffic cameras are coming to Baltimore. Seven speed cameras and 11 red light cameras will be installed around the city within the upcoming weeks. The Department of Transportation said the program will help increase safety by reducing driver speeds in school zones, decrease the incidence of vehicles running red lights, and for commercial vehicles, […]

A ban on plastic bags is proposed in Baltimore City. The bill has come up eight times before in the City Council, but it has been vetoed by former Mayors, according to Fox 45. Under this new effort, the plastic bags would be banned and five cents would be charged for every paper bag. Councilman […]

Residents in four Baltimore neighborhoods can now “Wash and Learn” through a new program that brings books and technology into a laundromat. The Enoch Pratt Library knows that when you are at the laundromat you are virtually a “captive” audience, so they wanted to help people make better use of that downtime with hopes of […]

We are now entering week 5 of the ransomware attack that has debilitated Baltimore City government City officials are expecting email accounts to be up and running by the weeks end, but still anticipate other systems being offline. The cost? The city estimates 18 million dollars, but anticipates needing more funds. The city says that […]

UPDATE 5/2/19 9:00 AM EST: According to the AFRO newspaper, Mayor Catherine Pugh said she will resign as mayor of Baltimore Thursday. This revelation was made during a one-on-on between the mayor and AFRO Publisher and CEO Frances “Toni” Draper Wednesday. She was at the mayor’s home responding to an invitation to a pop-up prayer […]

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The state is investing in Baltimore city’s future. About $1 million a year over the next four years will come from the state and will be spent, for the most part, on building security. See Also: Parents Outraged After High School Issues Dress Code For Parents The money comes up almost three months after an intruder […]