The survey is the first in what Johns Hopkins 21st Century Cities Initiative researchers say will be an annual survey of life around Baltimore that they hope will inform community members and policy makers about the region’s strengths and challenges.
Today is the 90th anniversary of the end of Prohibition. If you can’t make one of the parties — it is not a national holiday, and work awaits on Wednesday — here is a little game you can play at home. For each answer you get wrong, take a drink.
The board would review draft IG investigation reports and either “approve a draft report as written” or recommend changes to the draft report “if the advisory board disagrees with the substance of any item contained in a report.”
The resolution, which did not appear on Monday night’s agenda, failed with four members abstaining from the vote. Just minutes earlier, a large group of pro-Palestine protestors had been escorted out of the building after interrupting the council proceedings.
“She understands what our city needs better than any other candidate in this race,” Mayor Brandon Scott said of Alsobrooks on Tuesday at at the Zeta Center in Northwest Baltimore’s Park Heights neighborhood.
Three days after state regulators ruled that a confidential memo shedding light on the deal between Mayor Brandon Scott and Baltimore’s dominant utility provider should be public, the company released the document. For all the public outcry, though, the document is complex and its implications are not obvious.
The EPA had imposed a Nov. 30 deadline for the city to get massive underground water tanks at Lake Ashburton into operation. The city said it was nearing completion and should have the tanks ready within two weeks.
The development team said the marketplace is meant to provide an accelerator space for small businesses, especially those owned by women and people of color. Ideally, vendors will use the space as a launching pad before venturing into bigger spaces.