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  • ESPN to air documentary 'Baltimore Boys' featuring Dunbar boys basketball

    ESPN to air documentary 'Baltimore Boys' featuring Dunbar boys basketball

    Think Baltimore boys basketball, and the Dunbar Poets of the early 1980s come to mind. Coach Bob Wade’s talented team played flawlessly with a number of standouts — Tyrone “Muggsy” Bogues, Reggie Lewis, Reggie Williams and David Wingate — making their way to the NBA. ESPN Films will air “Baltimore...

  • Mad River in Federal Hill to become the Charles this fall

    Mad River in Federal Hill to become the Charles this fall

    Federal Hill nightlife veteran Mad River Bar & Grill closed in May for a rebranding. Now, management has decided on a name and concept. The bar and restaurant at 1110 South Charles St. will become the Charles this fall. Operating manager David Yike declined to give an opening date due to ongoing...

  • Woman, 67, dies in Churchville crash

    Woman, 67, dies in Churchville crash

    A Kent County woman was killed in a car crash in Churchville on Thursday afternoon, Maryland State Police said. Audrey Potter, 67, of Galena, was driving east on Route 22 when she veered over the center line into oncoming traffic, police said. Her car collided with a Hyundai Santa Fe driven by...

  • Three shot overnight in Baltimore, police say

    Three shot overnight in Baltimore, police say

    Three men were shot overnight in separate incidents in the city, Baltimore police said. On Friday at 1 a.m., officers went to the 400 block of N. Paca St. for a report of a shooting, police said. Officers found a 39-year-old man with gunshot wounds to his arm and leg. The man was taken to an area...

  • Taneytown bicyclist dead after colliding with pickup on Md. 194

    Taneytown bicyclist dead after colliding with pickup on Md. 194

    A 20-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene of a collision early Friday morning after his bicycle was struck by a vehicle on Md. 194. Deputies from the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office, as well as fire and emergency medical crews from the Taneytown volunteer fire company, were dispatched to the...

  • Tow truck driver killed in crash on I-95 in Baltimore County

    Tow truck driver killed in crash on I-95 in Baltimore County

    A tow truck driver was killed in a car crash on Interstate 95 in Kingsville on Thursday afternoon, Maryland State Police said. The crash happened around 12:30 p.m. on northbound I-95 near Bradshaw Road. The tow truck left the road and struck a tractor-trailer that was disabled on the right shoulder....

  • Franklin Square Medical Center to build new surgical facility

    Franklin Square Medical Center to build new surgical facility

    MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center plans to replace its aging surgical facilities with a new $70 million building by 2020. The plans were approved by the Maryland Health Care Commission last week, according to Samuel Moskowitz, president of the Rosedale hospital. The two-story, 75,000-square-foot...

  • DuClaw Brewing seeks investor or buyer

    DuClaw Brewing seeks investor or buyer

    DuClaw Brewing Co., the Rosedale-based craft-beer company known for its Sweet Baby Jesus brew, is seeking an investor or buyer. The company has hired Equity Partners, an Easton investment firm, to assist in the search, according to a news release. Founded by Harford County native Dave Benfield,...

  • Cummings plans to return to work during August recess

    Cummings plans to return to work during August recess

    Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, who has been recovering from a heart procedure for nearly two months, says he plans to return to work during next month’s congressional recess. The Baltimore Democrat, the ranking member of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee, underwent what his office described...

  • Yes, Artscape weekend is usually hot — but not always the hottest

    Yes, Artscape weekend is usually hot — but not always the hottest

    Every summer, it seems like an inevitable heat wave rolls into Baltimore just in time for Artscape. This year, the largely outdoor free music and arts festival will take place during a Code Red heat advisory, meaning the heat poses a health risk. Art-lovers could face dehydration and hyperthermia...

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