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Auctions continue as luxury market struggles

Auctions continue as luxury market struggles 

Trophy homes typically take longer to sell than the average house, and for sellers finally reaching the limit of their patience, that's where an auction comes in.

Nelson Carey, Grand Cru wine bar owner, dies at 50

His Belvedere Square wine bar attracted a devoted and eclectic band of regulars.

Ray Rice suspended for two games by NFL 

Ray Rice suspended for two games by NFL

Running back will miss games against Bengals, Steelers.

Owner of stalled Charles Street hotel site looks for buyer

Owner of stalled Charles Street hotel site looks for buyer

A historic Charles Street building is up for sale, again.

Lansdowne Middle students spend a day at Camp Hippodrome

Lansdowne Middle students spend a day at Camp Hippodrome

A group of middle school students from the Lansdowne Summer Bridge Academy, a free summer enrichment program at Lansdowne Middle School, spent Wednesday singing, dancing and even painting their faces at the Hippodrome Theatre in Baltimore City.

Harford school board delays action on Havre de Grace High replacement

Harford school board delays action on Havre de Grace High replacement

The Harford County Board of Education could not muster enough votes Monday to take action on the educational specifications for the $86.8 million replacement for Havre de Grace High School and Middle School.

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Hogan, many Democrats work the crowd at annual clam bake

Hogan, many Democrats work the crowd at annual clam bake

Republican Larry Hogan entered the 38th annual J. Millard Tawes Crab and Clam Bake to the sound of his name being chanted.

Looking Out: Killing of Baltimore transgender woman, sister of NBA player, makes international news

Killing of Baltimore transgender woman, NBA player's sister, goes international

Batts held a press conference to convey a commitment to solving the crime and improving police relations with the transgender community.

Fort Meade reluctant to promote gambling

Fort Meade reluctant to promote gambling

Studies show disproportionately high rates of gambling addiction among veterans.

Torrey Smith poised to become national name [Baltimore Beat Down]

Torrey Smith poised to become national name [Baltimore Beat Down]

After a solid season, Torrey Smith is ready to burst onto the scene of elite receivers.

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BGF leader sentenced to 10 years for role in Baltimore jail scandal 

A Black Guerrilla Family gang leader was sentenced Wednesday to more than 10 years in prison on...

BWI flight to Chicago makes emergency landing in Ohio

A Southwest Airlines flight from Baltimore to Chicago was forced to make an emergency landing in...

Laurel Museum investigated for possible paranormal activity

Sometimes when Amy Junewick is working on the 1st floor of the Laurel Museum, she'll hear...

Coast Guard looking to identify hoax caller

The U.S. Coast Guard is looking to identify a Southern Maryland caller officials said made nearly...

Federal trial set for fired Leopold employee's lawsuit 

A federal judge has set a trial date for a lawsuit against Anne Arundel County from a former...

Sinai Hospital to address 'frequent fliers' to the emergency department 

When people routinely visit the emergency room for nonemergencies, it's not only costly to the...

New superintendent says Naval Academy will meet evolving challenges 

As the United States confronts "perilous challenges," the new head of the Naval Academy said...

Mayor reaffirms city's support for Red Line project

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake reaffirmed her commitment to the $2.6 billion Red Line transit...

Maryland school board approves discipline guidelines

The Maryland state school board voted this week to distribute a set of discipline guidelines...

Board OKs pact to protect UM security breach victims

The state Board of Public Works approved a contract worth an estimated $2.6 million Wednesday for...

Beretta to move gun production from Md. | VIDEO  

Italian firearms company points to passage of O'Malley bill.

W.R. Grace earnings beat analyst estimates

Chemical maker W. R. Grace & Co. said Wednesday its net income in the second quarter rose nearly...

In Patapsco Valley, two groups say they want what's best for state park

The Patapsco Valley is an area rich in history and natural resources: that fact, the two groups...

Parisian charm at Cafe Poupon 

Serious dessert aficionados know that around here, some of the most beautiful and best-tasting...

Four, including teen, shot in Baltimore overnight

Four people, including a teenager, were shot and injured early Wednesday morning in Baltimore in two...

Dan Rodricks: Featherstone freed after 35 years for Trimakas killing 

James Featherstone, accused at 16 in the killing of Alan Trimakas, a Johns Hopkins medical student,...

Gun buy-back event planned for Saturday 

People who surrender a gun can receive a $100 gift card for ShopRite at a gun buy-back event...

Hopkins settlement not the end for victims 

Victims say they distrust physicians; more than 8,000 could be eligible for $190 million payout.

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Dan Rodricks

Featherstone freed after 35 years for Trimakas killing  - July 22, 2014 - James Featherstone, accused at 16 in the killing of Alan Trimakas, a Johns Hopkins medical student, won his freedom Tuesday afternoon...

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Jacques Kelly

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