Our Baltimore News
Influenced by different cultures, and generations, Baltimore has an architctural style all its own, where each building, monument and construction tells a story.
A group of local African American men has taken to the streets in efforts to engage community members to offer solutions to some of the most pressing issues facing Baltimore, and communities of color.
Baltimore City officials held the grand opening for 3 new schools that have been recently completed as part of a larger school construction project to revitalize existing buildings.
For locals and visitors alike, Baltimore has something for everyone, all year long.
Because who doesn’t marvel at the awesomeness that is rainbows?
Baltimore has an impressive showing on this year’s Forbes 30 Under 30 list, including entepreneurs from several different industries.
People may know Baltimore because of the Wire, but the foodie culture, artistic communities, and waterfront living continue to delight visitors in surprising ways.
Love the small town sense of community, mixed with “big city” restaurants, world-class cultural institutions, incredible universities and hospitals, great sports teams, etc.
— Judy Phares
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