Inner Harbor, Baltimore, Maryland, September 2014. Photo by Sarah A. Hanks.
2001, Jan. 28. Baltimore Ravens won Super Bowl XXXV, defeating New York Giants.
2001, April. Memorial Stadium at 33rd St. demolished.
2001, April 22. Hasim Rahman of Baltimore defeated Lennox Lewis in the fifth round to become the World Heavyweight Champion of professional boxing.
2001, May 24 - 2003, Jan. 30. Gordon R. England of Baltimore served as U.S. Secretary of the Navy.
2002. PSINet Stadium renamed as Ravens Stadium after PSINet filed for bankruptcy.
2003. Baltimore Arena renamed 1st Mariner Arena.
2003. Ravens Stadium renamed M&T Bank Stadium.
2003, Oct. 1 - 2006, Jan. 3. Gordon R. England of Baltimore served as U.S. Secretary of the Navy.
2004, March 2. Electronic voting system used during primary elections at polling places and for absentee ballots in all counties and Baltimore City.
2005, Nov. 10. Hasim Rahman of Baltimore received his second World Heavyweight Championship in professional boxing.
Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African-American History & Culture entrance, 830 East Pratt St., Baltimore, Maryland, March 2007. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
2007, Jan 18 - 2010, Feb. 4. Sheila Dixon (Democrat), Mayor.
2010, Feb. 4 - 2016, Dec. 6. Stephanie C. Rawlings-Blake (Democrat), Mayor.
2010, June. Construction began on a new Memorial Stadium at location of previous park.
2010, Dec. 10. New Memorial Stadium opened as a youth park operated by Y of Central Maryland.
2011, Sept. 13. Early voting option used for first time in Baltimore municipal primary election.
2012. Constellation Energy, along with BGE, became subsidiaries of Exelon Corporation.
2012, June 13-19. Star-Spangled Sailabration, a festival of tall ships and naval vessels from around the world commemorating 200th anniversary of War of 1812, held in Baltimore.
2013. 1st Mariner Arena resumed former name of Baltimore Arena.
2013, Feb. 3. Baltimore Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII, defeating San Francisco 49ers.
2014, Sept. 10-16. Star-Spangled Spectacular, a festival of tall ships and naval vessels from around the world commemorating 200th anniversary of National Anthem, held in Baltimore.
2014, Sept. 18 Baltimore Arena renamed Royal Farms Arena.
2015, April 27. Violence, arson, and looting in Baltimore followed funeral for Freddie C. Gray, Jr. Maryland National Guard called in.
2015, April 29. Baltimore Orioles played Chicago White Sox at Camden Yards with no fans present.
Maryland National Guard, Inner Harbor, Baltimore, Maryland, May 2015. Photo by Sarah A. Hanks.
2016, Dec. 6 - 2019, May 2. Catherine E. Pugh (Democrat), Mayor.
2016, Oct. 8-17. First Maryland Fleet Week & Air Show held in Baltimore.
Maryland Army National Guard tanks, City Hall, 100 North Holliday St., Baltimore, Maryland, May 2015. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
2017, Feb. 7. BGE rededicated first gas streetlamp in country on corner of Baltimore & Holliday Streets (formerly Market and Lemon Streets).
2019, May 2 - 2020, Dec. 8. Bernard C. (Jack) Young (Democrat), Mayor.
2020, Dec. 8 -. Brandon M. Scott (Democrat), Mayor.
2021, Feb. 25. Maryland's second mass COVID-19 vaccination site opened at M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore.
2021, Dec. 25. James Webb Space Telescope, successor to Hubble Space Telescope and operated by Space Telescope Science Institute at The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, launched to orbit the sun, at second Lagrange point or L2, a million miles from earth.
2022, Feb. Royal Farms Arena renamed Baltimore Arena and year-long renovations began.
2022, Oct. 24. Baltimore Arena renamed CFG Bank Arena.
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