The votes are in and Baltimore officially has a new Police Commissioner. Last month, Mayor Catherine Pugh fired, Kevin Davis, as Commissioner, while Darryl De Sousa held things down. Last night, City Council voted De Sousa in. There was only one vote against him and that was from Councilman Ryan Dorsey. “I just really have to […]
The Mayor & City Council is set to put a ban on styrofoam containers for carry out food and drinks in Baltimore. Monday night, the Baltimore City Council gave preliminary approval to the bill that would cut down on the number of foam cups floating in city waterways. The bill would impose criminal fines on […]
It has been two weeks since the entire MTA subway system closed for emergency repairs. The shutdown has received a lot of anger from riders growing weary of the process and the time it’s adding to their commutes. The transit system has added coach buses to take commuters from subway station to subway station. MTA […]
With some much negativity it’s always great to hear positive news especially when it comes to our kids. A Baltimore city head start is being praised after becoming the first to earn the Maryland State Department of Education’s highest rating. Located on Druid Hill Ave Union Baptist Head Start received a 5 star ranking while […]
The exclusive report came fro Fox 45 Baltimore. The Governor had “Operation Seven Sentries” quietly moving through Baltimore from Jan 16th thru Feb 15th. The Governor Larry Hogan asked the US Marshalls to help Maryland State Police get the most violent fugitives off the streets to help reduce crime in Baltimore. Source: FoxBaltimore.com Sign Up For […]
The Baltimore City Council is serious about getting the Hanover Bridge fixed.
For more than a year the MTA knew Baltimore’s subway tracks violated safety standards before the emergency shutdown last week. According to the Baltimore Sun, seventeen of the Metro’s turns were deemed to be “deteriorated to the point where no train movement is allowed” in a November 2016 evaluation. But the trains continued running for […]
Baltimore is getting ready to kick off another ‘Light City’ in a couple of weeks. The annual event which is becoming a major attraction for tourist will have performances from Grand Master Flash, G. Love & Special Sauce and Kimbra. The event will run from April 6-April 21st at the Inner Harbor. With ‘Light City’ […]
The two police officers that were found guilty last week Daniel Hersl and Officer Marcus Taylor were found guilty of racketeering and robbery during a federal trial. The cases they were involved with could be affected because of them being guilty. The States Attorney is looking into how she starts the investigation with the past cases. […]
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory until midnight Saturday for the Baltimore area. Moderate to heavy snowfall between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. with snow, sleet, and rain mix between 7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. The Baltimore Metro will end up with 1-3” of snow and accumulations will be confined to […]
After deliberations for the Korryn Gaines wrongful death civil trial, the jury has awarded her family $37 million in damages.
A state lawmaker wants some school employees in Maryland to carry guns during school hours. Some at the statehouse are debating they would be outmanned by a mass shooter, so they’re backing a bill to address the issue. Del. Richard Impallaria said: “A school board can set up a program to let certain school employees […]