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Forecasters predict a mild, not-so-snowy winter for Maryland

Forecasters predict a mild, not-so-snowy winter for Maryland

Forecasters at the Climate Prediction Center in College Park are calling for potentially mild and not very snowy conditions this winter in the mid-Atlantic. They expect La Niña, a climate pattern that is opposite of El Niño, to develop. Many of Baltimore’s mildest and least-snowy winters came during...

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  • Trump tax cuts: A 'win' for the GOP, a disaster for the rest of us

    Trump tax cuts: A 'win' for the GOP, a disaster for the rest of us

    With the Senate’s passage of a budget framework on Thursday night, Republicans hope to enact a sweeping overhaul of the tax code by Christmas. What that “sweeping overhaul” entails, however, we don’t really know, except that it cannot possibly live up to all that President Donald Trump has promised....

  • How did the Edgewood shooter get the gun?

    How did the Edgewood shooter get the gun?

    Now that police have apprehended Radee Prince, the man accused of killing three co-workers, injuring two others and later shooting a sixth man on Wednesday, we may get some answers about what would lead someone to unleash such a murderous outburst. Mr. Prince had been accused of workplace violence...

  • Witcover: Trump unbound meets the press

    Witcover: Trump unbound meets the press

    Amid his continuing war against the press, President Trump met the alleged enemy at length Monday in the Rose Garden. In a remarkably wide-ranging sparring exchange with reporters, he cast as much light on his contradictions as on his convictions. With Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell at...

  • Alternative Fact of the Week: Trump supports ACA fix, or doesn't, or both

    Alternative Fact of the Week: Trump supports ACA fix, or doesn't, or both

    The one thing that’s certain about the Alternative Fact of the Week is that President Donald Trump uttered it in explanation of his position on the bi-partisan deal crafted by Sens. Lamar Alexander and Patty Murray to undo the damage he wrought last week by announcing the end of cost sharing subsidy...

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  • Maryland adds 2,400 jobs in September as unemployment falls

    Maryland adds 2,400 jobs in September as unemployment falls

    Maryland added 2,400 jobs in September as the unemployment rate ticked down to 3.8 percent, the U.S. Labor Department said Friday. The state’s jobless rate remained below the national average of 4.2 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor statistics. Maryland was one of 11 states where the jobless...

  • Cordish Cos. to redevelop BCCC building downtown with new tower

    Cordish Cos. to redevelop BCCC building downtown with new tower

    The Cordish Cos. will redevelop Baltimore City Community College’s downtown Bard Building into a modern tower for the school with residential units and retail. The mixed-use development, depicted in a rendering as a glass tower, will be located at 600 E. Lombard St., a 1.1 acre site near Cordish’s...

  • Unions announce wage increases at Horseshoe Casino under new contract

    Unions announce wage increases at Horseshoe Casino under new contract

    Table games dealers at Horseshoe Casino Baltimore, whose earnings come mainly from tips, are getting at least a 10 percent increase in hourly pay under a newly ratified contract negotiated by owner Caesar’s Entertainment and the National Gaming Workers’ Coalition, the coalition announced Thursday....

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  • Reunited Guns N' Roses re-enforce rock-canon status in Washington

    Reunited Guns N' Roses re-enforce rock-canon status in Washington

    Despite only releasing one album of original material in the past two and a half decades, Guns N’ Roses has changed significantly in the last few years. When the band came to the Fillmore Silver Spring in 2012, frontman Axl Rose and his eccentric cast of replacement players were touring theatre-sized...

  • TLC's 'Trading Spaces' filming in Baltimore this month

    TLC's 'Trading Spaces' filming in Baltimore this month

    TLC’s “Trading Spaces” reboot will be in the Baltimore area the next two weekends filming upcoming episodes. The home design show hosted by Paige Davis will be here Sunday and Monday, as well as Oct. 27 and 28. A spokeswoman for the show declined to provide specifics as to where the filming would...

  • Moby Dick House of Kabob coming to Hampden

    Moby Dick House of Kabob coming to Hampden

    A kabob restaurant with locations in the Washington area is branching out to Baltimore with its northern-most location yet. Moby Dick House of Kabob is set to open Nov. 1 at 727 W. 40th St. in Hampden’s mixed-use Rotunda development. The restaurant serves Mediterranean spreads, falafel, salads,...

  • An affecting 'Color Purple' features sterling cast, inspired direction at Hippodrome

    An affecting 'Color Purple' features sterling cast, inspired direction at Hippodrome

    When Adrianna Hicks, playing the supremely tested Celie in the revelatory revival of “The Color Purple” now at the Hippodrome Theatre, lets a smile light her long-clouded face and sings “Yes, I’m beautiful, and I’m here,” the jolt couldn’t be much greater if lightning struck the place. Catharsis...

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