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  • Archbishop Lori to mark canonization of Mother Teresa

    Archbishop Lori to mark canonization of Mother Teresa

    Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori is planning to mark the canonization of Mother Teresa of Kolkata on Sunday with masses at local churches she visited in the 1990s. Lori, who knew Mother Teresa, will celebrate a Mass on Sunday at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed...

  • On Baltimore schools first day, pomp and promise

    On Baltimore schools first day, pomp and promise

    Baltimore City schools CEO Sonja Santelises kicked off the start of the academic year Monday by visiting several schools and meeting with students, parents, and educators. Prominent Baltimore city leaders joined the new schools chief as she welcomed students who poured into John Eager Howard Elementary...

  • Baltimore County to consider revising heat-related school closure policy

    Baltimore County to consider revising heat-related school closure policy

    The Baltimore County school board will consider revising its new policy of closing non air-conditioned schools on extremely hot days. The school board, which will discuss options at its next meeting on Tuesday, has gotten a lot of push back from parents concerned that their children may be out...

  • Two Baltimore-area Best Buy stores closing in October

    Two Baltimore-area Best Buy stores closing in October

    Best Buy will close two Baltimore-area stores in late October, as traditional shopping malls decline and retailers shift to online strategies. The electronics retailer on Monday said it would close Best Buy Golden Ring, located at 8645 Pulaski Hwy. in Rosedale, and Best Buy Security Blvd, located...

  • Baltimore will vote on affordable housing trust fund in November

    Baltimore will vote on affordable housing trust fund in November

    A proposal to amend the Baltimore city charter to set up a trust fund for low and extremely low income households will appear on the general election ballot in November, after an affordable housing advocacy group submitted more than 18,100 signatures in support of it. The Baltimore City Board of...

  • Baltimore County announces plan to install solar fields at four sites

    Baltimore County announces plan to install solar fields at four sites

    Baltimore County plans to install solar panel fields at four locations as part of an broad effort to improve energy efficiency and to use more clean energy. County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said Monday said the county will work with SolarCity to install panels with a total generating capacity of...

  • Stokes postpones work session on Port Covington tax deal

    Stokes postpones work session on Port Covington tax deal

    City Councilman Carl Stokes, who is chairman of a committee vetting a massive tax deal for the Port Covington development, postponed a Monday work session on the project. The next public work session on the tax deal will be Thursday, Sept. 8 at 5 p.m. at the War Memorial Building in downtown Baltimore....

  • Tropical depressions not forecast to reach Maryland

    Tropical depressions not forecast to reach Maryland

    Two tropical depressions that could become Tropical Storms Hermine and Ian aren't forecast to affect Maryland, forecasters say. The Atlantic hurricane season's eighth tropical depression is expected to bring heavy downpours, flash flooding and rough surf along the North Carolina coast early this...

  • Baltimore hits 200 homicides with man's fatal stabbing

    Baltimore hits 200 homicides with man's fatal stabbing

    Baltimore has hit 200 homicide victims in 2016 after an autopsy confirmed a 42-year-old man found dead Friday just west of downtown had been fatally stabbed. The victim, identified Monday as Franswhaun Smith, was found Friday morning at around 7:50 a.m. in the 700 block of Murphy Lane, in the Heritage...

  • Bryan Voltaggio's Family Meal closes its doors in Baltimore

    Bryan Voltaggio's Family Meal closes its doors in Baltimore

    Family Meal, chef Bryan Voltaggio's modern diner at the Inner Harbor, has closed its doors after less than two years in business.  The restaurant opened in late 2014 offering guests hearty American fare like fried chicken, meatloaf and shrimp and grits.  Family Meal's Facebook and OpenTable pages...

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  • Man dies 5 days after West Baltimore shooting

    Man dies 5 days after West Baltimore shooting

    A 28-year-old man shot last week in West Baltimore has died, police said. Minesh Tyler, of the 4200 block of Old Frederick Road, was shot around 6 p.m. on Aug. 23 while sitting in a car in the 200 block of S. Augusta Avenue in the Irvington neighborhood. Tyler was taken to an area hospital for...

  • Second suspect arrested in West Baltimore robbery, sexual assault

    Second suspect arrested in West Baltimore robbery, sexual assault

    An 18-year-old man was arrested and charged in connection with the robbery and sexual assault of two women in west Baltimore earlier this month. Baltimore police said Levi Bonds turned himself in to police on Saturday. He was the second suspect wanted in connection with the incident. Police said...

  • Returns of Joe Flacco, Terrell Suggs overshadowed by key injuries in Ravens' win over Lions

    Returns of Joe Flacco, Terrell Suggs overshadowed by key injuries in Ravens' win over Lions

    The Ravens dominated the Detroit Lions at M&T Bank Stadium to improve to 3-0 on the preseason. But the uplifting and successful returns of Flacco and rush linebacker Terrell Suggs were marred by injuries to two offensive playmakers the Ravens added this summer.

  • Man shot Saturday in Druid Heights

    Man shot Saturday in Druid Heights

    A man was injured in a shooting Saturday evening in the Druid Heights neighborhood of West Baltimore. Police were called to the intersection of McCulloh and Laurens streets about 5:50 p.m. and officers found a man shot in the stomach, police said. The man was taken to a local hospital. Anyone with...

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