I will admit up front that what follows is a lot of questions but not a lot of answers. But this all started while a colleague was walking to the office Wednesday morning and noticed a Chevy Impala with a wheel boot on it parked near the Office of the Public Defender in downtown Baltimore. Can you help us solve the mystery?
Merchants said the restrictions would have hurt one of Baltimore most thriving shopping districts.
The CashKeys option that's been available for Montgomery County parking meters is going away.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announces new restrictions on handicap placard use in downtown Baltimore.
Benn Ray is worried about the future of Hampden's business district.
What happens when postal employees don't follow the parking laws in Baltimore City? In a phrase: Booted and towed.
Avoiding insanity while finding a parking spot before the O’s game? There’s an app for that. Actually there are multiple.
OCEAN CITY — Ocean City town officials say the beach resort is planning to eliminate free parking on four streets to raise revenue. Resort officials say the move is expected to raise about $130,000. Meters that accept quarters and credit cards will be placed on Philadelphia Avenue between First and North Division streets, and on […]
BETHESDA — Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett is calling for higher parking rates in Bethesda. Parking rates would increase to about $2 per hour at street meters and $1.25 per hour for parking lots under Leggett’s plan. Garages would cost 80 cents. The rates currently range from 80 cents to $1.25. Rick Siebert, the county’s […]
While their job requires them to consider some of the most important laws in the country, Supreme Court justices are apparently not immune to parking laws.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Two brothers were sentenced to prison for bribing Baltimore police officers to allow them to tow cars from accident scenes. A federal judge sentenced 32-year-old Hernan Alexis Moreno of Rosedale on Wednesday to 33 months and 29-year-old Edwin Javier Mejia of Middle River to two years. Prosecutors say the repair shop owners […]
City buildings in Baltimore are closed for the Presidents Day holiday with the exception of police headquarters. Anyone parking in a metered parking space in the city Monday will still have to pay, however. The city says parking meters will be enforced.