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  • Protect the forest patches that protect Baltimore

    Protect the forest patches that protect Baltimore

    Recent news that Baltimore’s tree canopy — the proportion of the city shaded by trees — has expanded from 27 percent to 28 percent is wonderful, and is thanks to the dedicated work of TreeBaltimore and its partners. But the target is 40 percent, and if we don’t take steps to protect our forest...

  • Truths revealed at a high school reunion

    Truths revealed at a high school reunion

    High school reunions can be a lot of fun or excoriatingly painful, depending upon whether one has recovered from the coming of age experiences well depicted in the popular culture, and from taking high school gym class. The high school reunion I recently attended affirmed several universal truths...

  • Baltimore police patrol schedule puts the public — and officers — at risk

    Baltimore police patrol schedule puts the public — and officers — at risk

    The Baltimore Fraternal Order of Police’s argument in favor of keeping the disastrous four days on, three days off shift schedule, goes something like this: Officers need the four/three schedule so they can recuperate from all the mandatory overtime they’re working because of the four/three schedule....

  • Horsey: Grifter Trump spins tax cuts for the rich as a boon for workers

    Horsey: Grifter Trump spins tax cuts for the rich as a boon for workers

    Donald Trump is a salesman who has never let truth get in the way of peddling a product. As president, he tried unsuccessfully to sell various schemes to repeal and replace Obamacare by using the same technique he used to sell the bogus curriculum of Trump University: make outlandish claims of...

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  • Health exchange works to counter confusion over Obamacare

    Health exchange works to counter confusion over Obamacare

    Major last-minute changes at the federal level to the Affordable Care Act and additional rate increases at the state level threaten to undermine enrollment in health insurance this year, but Maryland health exchange officials are sticking to a goal of signing up at least as many people as last...

  • Horseshoe Casino labor contract take effect this month

    Horseshoe Casino labor contract take effect this month

    A group of five unions successfully unionized about 1,000 workers at the Horseshoe Casino Baltimore, negotiating a contract that took effect this month. Leaders of Unite Here Local 7 said they plan to unveil details Thursday of the first union contract ratified at Horseshoe. The union local, which...

  • Handicapped drivers must pay for parking in Mount Vernon beginning Oct. 30

    Handicapped drivers must pay for parking in Mount Vernon beginning Oct. 30

    Drivers with disabilities will be required to pay for parking in Baltimore’s Mount Vernon neighborhood beginning Oct. 30 — the fourth expansion of the city’s ProjectSPACE program, designed to combat the abuse of disability placards. Forty single-space parking spots will be reserved for drivers...

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  • Annapolis Shakespeare Company show is Helen Hayes Recommended

    Annapolis Shakespeare Company show is Helen Hayes Recommended

    The current show onstage at Annapolis Shakespeare Company’s new theater, “Much Ado About Nothing,” was endorsed Monday as a “Helen Hayes Recommended” production. The Helen Hayes Awards, established for professional theaters in the Washington, D.C. region in 1983, are comparable to the annual Tony...

  • Boston's Restaurant & Sports Bar in Little Italy closes

    Boston's Restaurant & Sports Bar in Little Italy closes

    Boston's Restaurant & Sports Bar in Little Italy has closed after less than six months in businesses. A message on the location’s website states “We apologize, but this location is no longer open for business.” Representatives from Boston’s corporate offices could not immediately be reached Monday....

  • 'The Deuce' recap: 'Why Me?' sets up the next chapter

    'The Deuce' recap: 'Why Me?' sets up the next chapter

    “In this town, nothing’s dirty anymore,” Rudy says. This week on “The Deuce,” it’s a triumphant day for the porn industry in New York City. The courts have dropped all charges against pornography producers, who are now free to film and sell as much porn as they’d like. Though it’s a relatively...

  • Starlite Diner in Belvedere Square is closed

    Starlite Diner in Belvedere Square is closed

    Starlite Diner appears to have closed a year after it opened in Belvedere Square. Starlite opened in September 2016. The restaurant was locked and the lights were off on Monday afternoon, and Google lists it as permanently closed. No one answered the phone at Starlite on Monday. The diner was...

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  • Behind All-Metro goalkeeper Ryan Miller, C. Milton Wright eyes first boys soccer title

    Behind All-Metro goalkeeper Ryan Miller, C. Milton Wright eyes first boys soccer title

    The C. Milton Wright boys soccer team was up a goal against Harford County rival Bel Air early in the second half a couple of weeks ago when Bobcats midfielder Ethan Lassen broke free down the right side with a chance to tie the game. What Lassen saw next was imposing: the Mustangs’ 6-foot-2, close-to-200-pound...

  • The 10 things to know going into this NBA season

    The 10 things to know going into this NBA season

    Happy New Year, NBA. The 72nd regular season starts Tuesday night, when Boston heads to Cleveland and Houston goes to Golden State. Fans in Cleveland will boo Kyrie Irving, fans in Oakland will cheer the Warriors' latest championship banner, and the march toward April will finally be underway....

  • Aaron Judge, CC Sabathia help Yankees beat Astros 8-1, trail ALCS 2-1

    Aaron Judge, CC Sabathia help Yankees beat Astros 8-1, trail ALCS 2-1

    Back in the Bronx, the big guys delivered. Greeted by an array of "All Rise" signs in a ballpark that fits their style, Aaron Judge hit a three-run homer and made a pair of sparkling catches, leading CC Sabathia and the New York Yankees over the Houston Astros 8-1 Monday night and cutting their...

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