Baltimore Police Officer Welton Simpson Jr. was indicted by a Baltimore City Grand Jury for offenses that occurred on January 17, 2020. State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby said the charges of second degree assault of a law enforcement officer, 2nd degree assault, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct in State – VS – Abdullah, State – VS […]

The $13 million rental assistance fund in Baltimore City has room for hundreds of more applicants before the deadline on Sunday. This fund gives tenants affected by the coronavirus the chance to get caught up on their rent. Tenants must be current on their rent through March 31 to qualify, although the agency will now […]

Baltimore City Council President Brandon Scott is concerned the city is not ready for November’s general election. He is calling on the state Board of Elections to mail an absentee ballot to every eligible voter. Earlier this month, Gov. Larry Hogan requested all eligible voters be mailed an application to request an absentee ballot, but […]

The Baltimore Ravens is unable to host fans at training camp this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Ravens President Dick Cass issued the following statement: “It is critically important that we protect the well-being of our players, coaches, staff, fans and overall community. Health and safety will always be a top priority, and […]

The City will open five park pool locations include Cherry Hill Splash, Clifton Park, Patterson Park. Riverside and Roosevelt Park. Baltimore City Recreation and Parks City officials say this summer’s pool experience will strict safety precautions in place due to COVID-19. “Our pools will be on hour and a half increments. It is important to […]

Baltimore City Police arrested one of their own late Thursday in Baltimore County. Remember you can always take WOLB 1010 with you wherever you go by listening live online or via our app. According to CBS Baltimore, Sergeant James Lloyd was apprehended on extortion and kidnapping charges. Baltimore County Police said they received information about […]

  Thieves are stealing ATM machines by using trucks to ram into local businesses. According to Baltimore Police, the crimes have continued on and off for months. Sometimes thieves use stolen vehicles to force entry, crashing through storefronts to get at the cash. On June 27, three stores were hit in west, northeast and midtown […]

A Baltimore city councilman suggested the removal of a police memorial honoring fallen cops last week sparking a Twitter feud this week that now has the governor responding. Remember you can always take WOLB 1010 with you wherever you go by listening live online or via our app. Details below from CBS Baltimore: The […]

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation says, several streets in Fells Point and Canton will be closed for outdoor dining this summer. In Fells Point the following will be closed until September 7, 2020: -Thames Street from the southbound lane of Broadway to the west side of The Pendry -Northbound lane of S. Broadway between […]

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation and parking authority will resume parking meter enforcement next week. Remember you can always take WOLB 1010 with you wherever you go by listening live online or via our app. From CBS Baltimore: Parking meter enforcement supports the turnover of street parking so that spots are available for patrons […]