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McLaren 650S set on fire in Aberdeen Friday night, investigators say

State fire investigators say a high performance automobile was intentionally set on fire in Aberdeen Friday night. The 2015 McLaren 650S Spider was reported on fire in front of 1040 Hardees Drive by the vehicle's owner at approximately 8:22 p.m., according to a notice of investigation by the Office...

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  • Pugh hands Trump letter noting city's 'needs'

    Pugh hands Trump letter noting city's 'needs'

    Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh says she has given President-elect Donald Trump a letter describing the city's need for federal money. Pugh, a Democrat, and Trump, a Republican, met Saturday afternoon at the Army-Navy football game at M&T Bank Stadium. "With @realDonaldTrump in Baltimore I delivered...

  • Mayor Pugh names top staff, to pay top advisers $805,000

    Mayor Pugh names top staff, to pay top advisers $805,000

    Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh, who was inaugurated Tuesday, will pay her five top advisers a total of about $805,000. Her chief of staff, former schools CEO Tisha Edwards, is to be paid $190,000, which is $19,000 more than Pugh's salary. Former Del. Peter Hammen, Pugh's chief of operations,...

  • Baltimore edges toward 300 homicides as 3 men killed overnight

    Baltimore edges toward 300 homicides as 3 men killed overnight

    Three men were killed overnight in Baltimore, bringing the year's homicide count closer to 300 for a second consecutive year. Police say a 26-year-old man was shot in Coldstream Homestead Montebello by an unidentified gunman at about 1:21 a.m. Saturday, and then walked into the street where he was...

  • The Bell Foundry, Baltimore's arts scene and the issue of safe, affordable housing

    The Bell Foundry, Baltimore's arts scene and the issue of safe, affordable housing

    In recent years, Dan Deacon — one of Baltimore's best-known musicians — has toured with Grammy nominees Arcade Fire and Miley Cyrus, at times playing arenas with capacities above 20,000 people. That success and exposure would never have been possible, Deacon said, without "underground" spaces like...

  • Demonstrators protest appearance of Donald Trump at Army-Navy Game

    Demonstrators protest appearance of Donald Trump at Army-Navy Game

    Nearly two hundred people marched around M&T Bank Stadium Saturday to protest the appearance of President-elect Donald Trump at the Army-Navy football game in Baltimore. Demonstrators denounced the Republican's positions and rhetoric on immigration and minorities. Trump campaigned on promises to...

  • Two more children die in a Baltimore house fire

    Two more children die in a Baltimore house fire

    Two children died in a house fire early this morning, less than a week after a young brother and sister died in a fire in East Baltimore. A 10-year-old and one-year old died in the Saturday fire, which engulfed a house at 2441 Dorton Court at about 1:55 a.m., said Roman Clark, a spokesman with...

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  • Where land and water meet at Himmelfarb Gallery

    Where land and water meet at Himmelfarb Gallery

    Photographer Meryl Silver explores what amounts to an in-between landscape zone in the exhibit "Water's Edge" in the Himmelfarb Gallery at the Maryland University of Integrative Health in Laurel. That zone is where dry land meets the ocean and the line between them can be rather, er, fluid. Although...

  • Librarian plants seed of knowledge to turn discarded books into holiday art

    Librarian plants seed of knowledge to turn discarded books into holiday art

    What's in abundant supply at any library? Books filled with bound sheets of paper, of course. And what can be done with books that are past their prime other than discarding them? Erin Terwilliger suggests transforming their pages into paper flowers — and can teach you how and supply the materials....

  • Howard police recover nearly 80 holiday packages in Columbia neighborhood theft

    Howard police recover nearly 80 holiday packages in Columbia neighborhood theft

    Howard County police arrested two Baltimore men Wednesday evening after finding nearly 80 stolen holiday packages inside their box truck in Columbia. Around 4:50 p.m. Wednesday, police said, officers were called to Greystone Lane, where a resident reported two men driving around in a box truck...

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