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  • Emocha Mobile Health lands new contracts for its medication monitoring app

    Emocha Mobile Health lands new contracts for its medication monitoring app

    A Baltimore startup with a mobile application to keep tuberculosis patients on track with their medication regimen is expanding with new contracts in California and big ideas for how the technology can improve oversight of medications for other illnesses. Emocha Mobile Health, founded in 2013 on...

  • Regional law firm relocates to Transamerica building

    Regional law firm relocates to Transamerica building

    The regional law firm of Womble Carlyle has relocated its Baltimore office to the Transamerica Building in downtown Baltimore. The firm announced the move Monday, saying it has leased the entire 26th floor of Baltimore's tallest office tower for its 26-person office here, including 16 attorneys....

  • Two Baltimore-area Best Buy stores closing in October

    Two Baltimore-area Best Buy stores closing in October

    Best Buy will close two Baltimore-area stores in late October, as traditional shopping malls decline and retailers shift to online strategies. The electronics retailer on Monday said it would close Best Buy Golden Ring, located at 8645 Pulaski Highway in Rosedale, and Best Buy Security Boulevard,...

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  • Fall Arts Guide 2016: Names to know

    Fall Arts Guide 2016: Names to know

    Get acquainted with these 10 Baltimore-area artists. You’ll be hearing plenty more about them. 

  • Bryan Voltaggio's Family Meal closes its doors in Baltimore

    Bryan Voltaggio's Family Meal closes its doors in Baltimore

    Family Meal, chef Bryan Voltaggio's modern diner at the Inner Harbor, has closed its doors after less than two years in business.  The restaurant opened in late 2014 offering guests hearty American fare like fried chicken, meatloaf and shrimp and grits.  Family Meal's Facebook and OpenTable pages...

  • Demolition work at Mayfair Theatre to begin today

    Demolition work at Mayfair Theatre to begin today

    Partial demolition of the 112-year-old Mayfair Theatre, a Howard Street landmark with roots that date back to the 1870s, is scheduled to begin today. "Deconstruction of the south wall" is set to begin today, Tania Baker, director of communications for Baltimore Housing, said in an email. Westbound...

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  • Take the plunge into blue home decor

    Take the plunge into blue home decor

    When it comes to home decor, blue is never out of style for Lee Whitehead, owner of Mount Vernon's Nouveau Home & Interior Design. "It's just beautiful," he said. "Sure, there's an ebb and flow [in the color's popularity]. But when you go to trade shows, you are always going to see the peacock...

  • Retro Baltimore: Charm City is one degree from Kevin Bacon

    Retro Baltimore: Charm City is one degree from Kevin Bacon

    If you have a soft spot for romantic comedies, Kevin Bacon, or for movies set in Baltimore, you’re in luck. “He Said, She Said,” which came out 25 years ago, is available for rental online, and you can travel back to 1991-era Baltimore from the comfort of your own home in Baltimore, assuming that’s...

  • Wedded: Karen Hillsley and Jeff Meyer hit it off on the dance floor

    Wedded: Karen Hillsley and Jeff Meyer hit it off on the dance floor

    Date: May 21 Her story: Karen Hillsley, 25, was born in Durham, N.C., and grew up in Ellicott City. She is a physical therapist at St. Agnes Hospital. Her parents, Russell and Ellen Hillsley, live in Ellicott City. His story: Jeff Meyer, 24, was born in Frankfurt, Germany, and grew up in Cary,...

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  • Trump has no business calling anyone a bigot

    Donald Trump has said many crazy things, some quite entertaining, many wildly fantastical and incendiary. Now, he may have outdone himself with his charge that Hillary Clinton is a bigot. Even people who oppose Ms. Clinton and loathe her political views -- maybe even those who believe she is corrupt...

  • Sunny day politics

    Sunny day politics

    Gov. Larry Hogan claims the legislature is manufacturing a non-existent link between its choice of whether to approve $20 million in economic development loans to aerospace giant Northrop Grumman and the governor's decision not to spend about $100 million legislators had set aside for K-12 education...

  • Good times: the City Council Chronicles

    Good times: the City Council Chronicles

    He had me at "flaming barrel." Not long ago, the mayor of London, Ohio, stood before his city council, educating the village elders on important matters: the city's new website, the drug sweep last week, the Fourth of July celebration. He looked down at his notes and paused dramatically. "Now,...

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  • Court documents in two cases that relied on secret aerial surveillance never mention it

    Court documents in two cases that relied on secret aerial surveillance never mention it

    After an off-duty detective was assaulted by dirt bike riders following a street accident in West Baltimore in June, police were hot on the trail of one of the bikes thought to be involved. The statement of probable cause for the arrest of the man found riding the bike — 22-year-old Kevin Kemp...

  • Northrop Grumman loan in jeopardy as top Democrats battle Hogan

    Northrop Grumman loan in jeopardy as top Democrats battle Hogan

    General Assembly leaders have no plans to schedule a vote on a $20 million loan the state promised Northrop Grumman, jeopardizing a plan to encourage the company to keep thousands of jobs in Maryland. The money is part of a controversial $37.5 million package marketed by the Hogan administration...

  • Charitable donations to Baltimore police lack oversight, transparency

    Charitable donations to Baltimore police lack oversight, transparency

    The Baltimore Police Foundation for years covered the cost of equipment and initiatives that the city's tight budget couldn't cover. It had an executive director, a board of directors and a police commissioner committed to personally raising funds. But the integrity of the charity crumbled when...

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