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  • Bea Gaddy Family Center needs thousands of dollars to avoid foreclosure

    Bea Gaddy Family Center needs thousands of dollars to avoid foreclosure

    The attorney for the company foreclosing on a property owned by the Bea Gaddy Family Center said this week that he is working with the center's director to keep it open. Bill Chase, an attorney representing U.S. Liens, which bought a lien against the property at 424 N. Duncan Street at tax sale...

  • Baltimore School for the Arts alums contribute to Beyonce's 'Lemonade'

    Baltimore School for the Arts alums contribute to Beyonce's 'Lemonade'

    By now you’ve undoubtedly heard about Beyonce’s “Lemonade” visual album, which was unveiled after her HBO special on Saturday. But did you know the Baltimore School for the Arts has some extensive connections to the project? Nathan Bailey, a 2003 stage production graduate from the BSA, was art...

  • Stretch of Dulaney Valley Road closed for police call

    Stretch of Dulaney Valley Road closed for police call

    Dulaney Valley Road is shut down between Villa Maria School and Old Bosley Road in the Lutherville-Timonium area, Baltimore County police said. Authorities closed the road Thursday afternoon as police responded to a report of a possible suicidal person at the Loch Raven Reservoir. Police asked...

  • CDC: Pregnancies among black, Hispanic teens drop nationally

    CDC: Pregnancies among black, Hispanic teens drop nationally

    Steep declines in birth rates among Hispanic and black teens has lead the overall rate across the nation to drop an all-time low, according to a new analysis from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The rate among Hispanic teens aged 15-19 dropped 51 percent from 2006 to 2014,...

  • Boy shot by Baltimore police awake, alert, feeling 'bad'

    Boy shot by Baltimore police awake, alert, feeling 'bad'

    Dedric Colvin flinched and sucked in his breath, as a nurse slowly unwrapped the bandages from his gunshot wound. There was a small hole in the back of his right calf. "How are you feeling?" he was asked. "Bad," he said. Dedric was recovering Thursday morning inside a room at Johns Hopkins Hospital's...

  • Man wearing animal outfit shot by police outside Baltimore TV station

    Man wearing animal outfit shot by police outside Baltimore TV station

    A man dressed in an animal costume and wearing what police suspected was an explosive device strode into a Baltimore television station Thursday afternoon and, after a standoff, was shot three times by city police officers. The 25-year-old man was in serious condition at a hospital Thursday night....

  • Kevin Plank doubles down on Urban Stems

    Kevin Plank doubles down on Urban Stems

    A year after first investing in Urban Stems, the private venture capital arm of Under Armour founder and CEO Kevin Plank has invested more money in the Washington-based flower delivery company. Plank's Sagamore Ventures joined a $6.8 million funding round for Urban Stems led by SWaN & Legend Venture...

  • Crisis team sent to City Springs after shooting

    Crisis team sent to City Springs after shooting

    Baltimore school officials have sent a crisis team to City Springs Elementary/Middle School to help students after the shooting of a teenage student by police in the neighborhood. In a statement released this morning, the charter school network that runs City Springs said the school also will be...

  • Andre Royo of 'The Wire' to return to Baltimore for Maryland Film Festival

    Andre Royo of 'The Wire' to return to Baltimore for Maryland Film Festival

    “The Wire” alum Andre Royo will be back in town for next week’s Maryland Film Festival, as the star of the closing-night movie, “Hunter Gatherer.” The first film from writer-director (and Virginia native) Joshua Locy, “Hunter Gatherer” stars Royo as Ashley Douglas, an exorbitantly optimistic ex-con...

  • Owner of Baba's Mediterranean Kitchen opening a stall at R. House food hall

    Owner of Baba's Mediterranean Kitchen opening a stall at R. House food hall

    The owner of Baba's Mediterranean Kitchen in Federal Hill is bringing his Middle Eastern flavors to R. House.  Farid Salloum is opening ARBA, a stall at the Remington food hall that will serve Mediterranean eats such as house-made falafel, shawarma, hummus, grilled octopus salad, kefta kabob rolls...

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