A new report states the city of Baltimore has deliberately dumped over 330 million gallons of raw sewage in Jones Falls. The report by the Environment Integrity Project claims the city has been dumping sewage over the past five years. ...Read More »
As the lazy waters of the Jones Falls drift nearby, the hum of activity at Chestnut Avenue and Falls Road has created a clash of cultures as part of the ongoing $43 million, mixed-use redevelopment of a historic former mill ...Read More »
The Maryland Zoo is offering visitors a chance to check out what their favorite animals are up to in the evenings. The zoo will stay open until 7 p.m. on Thursdays in August, and admission prices will also be cut ...Read More »
The state will expand zones in Baltimore City, Baltimore County and on the Eastern Shore where businesses are eligible for tax credits for making property improvements and hiring new workers. Maryland will add 112 acres to the Enterprise Zone in ...
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Mergers are common in the business world, but relatively rare in the nonprofit sector. That’s why I am intrigued by the story of Blue Water Baltimore. Baltimore’s four watershed associations and the Baltimore Harborkeeper pulled off a complicated feat when ...Read More »
The restoration of Moore’s Branch, a tributary of the Jones Falls, should begin next spring. The restoration caps the development of The Quarry at Greenspring, a 258-acre mixed-use community that dates to the early 2000s, when it was approved by ...Read More »