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Shrieking children covered their ears and adults flinched as the Blue Angels made a low pass over Fort McHenry, only to stretch their necks and shade their eyes to track the Navy jet fighters as they soared into the sun. At the Inner Harbor, crowds lined...
email@example.comHagerstown Police Chief Arthur Smith said the $625,000 federal grant the police department received in July will help strengthen the police department’s Street Crime Unit, Criminal Investigations Division and Downtown Squad after budget cuts...
Remember salads? You hardly ever see a good salad place open up these days. But I had a good one at Nalley Fresh — shredded chicken on a bed of spinach, with chickpeas, tomatoes, celery, cucumbers and a giardiniera (pickled vegetables), some...
The recent article, "Baltimore continuing to shrink," (June 29) quoted someone as saying our city is a nice place to visit but a questionable place to live. There are thousands of families living downtown that would respectfully disagree. With bountiful...
Sunday's story on violence at St. Patrick's Day attracted many reactions. Most people writing me emails and in comments at the bottom story said the city had become scary. It's further proof of the uphill battle the city has trying to show improving crime...
John F. Kennedy once remarked that sailing was in the blood of every American, saying that "all of us have in our veins the exact same percentage of salt in our blood that exists in the ocean. ... We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea...
Tags: Harbor, John F. Kennedy, Hobbies, Ted Turner, Boats
Comptroller Peter Franchot has told state officials he will no longer support the proposed $1.5 billion State Center project, arguing that redevelopment of the aging state government complex in midtown Baltimore would plunge Maryland taxpayers into deeper...
Tags: Travel, Judges, Justice System, Transportation, Politics
Baltimore's top cop warned Tuesday against "race-baiting" amid rising tensions across the nation, citing the Trayvon Martin case and cautioning that a video generating outrage on the Internet of a tourist being beaten and stripped in downtown Baltimore...
Baltimore Circuit Court Judge Althea M. Handy on Wednesday denied a state motion to dismiss a lawsuit over the $1.5 billion State Center proposal, a controversial redevelopment of a state government complex in midtown Baltimore. Downtown commercial...
Proponents of an ambitious plan to redevelop the city's largest state government complex gathered Saturday to pledge that the project's benefits would be shared among surrounding communities and disputed a recent report critical of the roughly $1.5...
As the Four Seasons Baltimore opened to its first guests Monday, the city's newest waterfront hotel looked forward to many more. Over a dozen couples have booked weddings, companies have set up corporate accounts, and business is strong for year-end...
This year’s Taste of Downtown Glendale on Wednesday will boast several new restaurants, such as Pierre Garden, along with about 35 regulars, including Porto’s Bakery and Billy’s Deli. Tickets for the event, which runs from 5:30 to 8:...
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