The Baltimore Sun has released its second installment in a series on the controversial BBH drug treatment center, this time focusing on ill-equipped house managers.  BBH has long been a point of concern for residents in SW Baltimore — mostly due to its concentration of unregulated rental housing in neighborhoods such as Washington Village/Pigtown, Poppleton, and Hollins Market.  You can read the first installment in the series here.

Proof that high-priced housing isn’t necessarily healthy.  And hey, Councilwoman Spector — that condo is a long way from your district.

Justin Fenton reports today in the Sun that a man was found shot to death in a vacant home.

ACORN files for bankruptcy and closes its doors.

Hey Baltimore, Travel and Leisure Magazine thinks you’re ugly.  Or at least “number two on the Most Unattractive Scale”. (We happen to think you’re pretty awesome.)