As Baltimore households continue to get smaller, a commitment to building more housing to accommodate this trend is the best way to turn around the city’s declining population, say a consultant on vacancy and blight reduction and the president of an organization working to help rebuild Baltimore neighborhoods.



Economic response and recovery plans following the Key Bridge collapse must take into account the impact on Maryland agriculture, the state’s largest industry, says Belinda Burrier, a member of the Maryland Farm Bureau Board of Directors and co-owner of Burrier’s Linganore Farm.









I’ve been commuting from Annapolis to Baltimore a couple of days each week for a few months now. We’ve got traffic in Annapolis, and sometimes it’s maddening. There was that one time a sailboat mast got caught in a powerline on Forest Drive. But I have to ask you Baltimore Beltway commuters a question: Is it always this bad?