Recent stories by Liz F. Kay
6:52 PM EDT, October 25, 2011
While Under Armour's core apparel lines drove strong revenue results in the third quarter, the company is preparing to launch even more products, including sneakers, as well as to enter new markets, such as China, company officials said Tuesday while announcing earnings.
6:54 PM EDT, October 24, 2011
Rashida Webb loves shopping for vintage T-shirts at thrift stores, but not all of her finds fit well. Others could use a little extra embellishment.
3:54 PM EDT, October 22, 2011
The problem: A traffic signal near the Owings Mills Metro stopped cars at a road closed for construction.
8:25 PM EDT, October 21, 2011
Maryland's unemployment rate in September continued to inch upward for the fourth straight month, according to U.S. Labor Department data released Friday. But economists saw positive signs in the fact that more people reported that they were in the workforce.
6:33 PM EDT, October 17, 2011
The Station North Arts and Entertainment District will spend a federal grant to encourage commuters leaving downtown after work — as well as those using Penn Station — to stop and stay a while.
5:10 PM EDT, October 17, 2011
The Station North Arts and Entertainment District will spend a federal grant to encourage commuters leaving downtown after work, as well as those arriving at Penn Station, to stop and stay a while.
October 16, 2011
The first reports of big banks instituting new fees for using debit cards and for certain checking accounts really riled customers. Clifford Rossi, a professor at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, is well suited to explain the banks' response to new federal reforms, with experience as an executive at financial institutions as well as a federal banking regulator.
2:54 PM EDT, October 15, 2011
The problem: An old street light on West North Avenue blocks the sidewalk for wheelchair users.
10:31 PM EDT, October 10, 2011
Jos. A. Bank will sell purple apparel as a new sponsor of the Baltimore Ravens' "Purple Fridays" for the 2011 season, the retailer has announced.
8:44 PM EDT, October 13, 2011
The new owner of the Sparrows Point steel mill has agreed to pay a $135,000 penalty and resolve alleged violations of state pollution control laws that occurred in 2009 when part of a blast furnace ignited, state officials said Thursday.
7:53 PM EDT, October 12, 2011
People in Central Maryland and the Eastern Shore will have to add a new set of three digits to their contact lists starting in March.
7:57 PM EDT, October 10, 2011
Ken Rose is a Bank of America customer, but he has also done business for years with Destinations Credit Union in Parkville. Now, with the bank's announcement that it will charge many debit-card users a $5 monthly fee, the Edmondson Village resident says he plans to switch all his banking to the credit union.
12:40 PM EDT, October 13, 2011
The new owner of the Sparrows Point steel mill has agreed to pay a $135,000 penalty and resolve alleged violations of state pollution control laws that occurred in 2009 when part of a blast furnace ignited, state officials announced Thursday.
3:11 PM EDT, October 8, 2011
This week, Watchdog updates readers about an unresolved problem.
12:02 PM EDT, October 8, 2011
This week, Watchdog updates readers about an unresolved problem.
8:06 PM EDT, October 10, 2011
As prices continue to drop, Baltimore-area residents appear increasingly reluctant to put their homes up for sale, according to real estate data released Monday.
5:31 PM EDT, October 7, 2011
One man has died and another was injured in a head-on crash Friday morning in southern Anne Arundel County, police said.
8:06 AM EDT, October 7, 2011
Baltimore County Police are searching for two men who robbed a Royal Farms store in Towson Friday morning and then robbed a person in the parking lot on their way out.
6:55 PM EDT, September 28, 2011
McCormick & Co. plans to raise prices in response to continuing increases in the costs of raw materials and packaging, company officials said Wednesday.
5:41 PM EDT, October 5, 2011
Guests at an Ocean City hotel have been voluntarily relocated after three people who stayed there were hospitalized with Legionnaire's disease, according to the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
9:50 PM EDT, October 3, 2011
Andy York recently bought a T-shirt that captures how he feels about his city.
10:03 PM EDT, September 26, 2011
EDF Group, Constellation Energy's second-largest shareholder and a partner in its nuclear business, is threatening to vote against the company's plans to sell itself to Exelon Corp. after talks between them broke down last week, according to sources familiar with the discussions.
6:58 PM EDT, September 21, 2011
Two major advertisers in the Baltimore Jewish Times told a bankruptcy court Wednesday that they might not continue to buy space in the weekly newspaper if its ownership changes.
2:39 PM EDT, October 1, 2011
The problem: A West Baltimore sidewalk damaged after a tree was toppled by Hurricane Irene has not been repaired.
10:22 PM EDT, September 20, 2011
As Constellation Energy Group prepares to sell itself to Chicago-based Exelon, critics are advancing proposals to make the deal more palatable to Maryland customers.
9:39 PM EDT, September 8, 2011
A lucky person holds the winning ticket for Wednesday night's Powerball drawing — the first jackpot winner sold in Maryland, according to state lottery officials.
2:10 PM EDT, September 26, 2011
Teresa Frost had not one but two cats with chronic illnesses, and the prescription costs were adding up.
4:56 PM EDT, September 8, 2011
Sometimes they were scrawled on loose-leaf notebook paper. Others were written on the back of police watch sheets or on Baltimore police stationery.
3:17 PM EDT, September 17, 2011
The problem: Zipcar parking signs conflicted with passenger loading zone signs in Mount Vernon.
3:02 PM EDT, September 3, 2011
This week, Watchdog wants to take a moment to alert Baltimore residents as well as those who spend lots of time in the city about a new way to report problems.
2:44 PM EDT, August 30, 2011
An elderly man died in a fatal fire in Monkton early Tuesday morning, according to a Baltimore County Fire spokesman.
9:23 AM EDT, September 2, 2011
The total cost of the downtown infrastructure improvements for the first Baltimore Grand Prix racing event came in more than $1.19 million under budget, according to city officials.
6:54 PM EDT, September 14, 2011
Howard County Police have identified a man who was fatally stabbed in a Columbia parking lot Tuesday afternoon, and a man has been charged with his murder.
8:35 AM EDT, August 30, 2011
Residents through the region who lack power can pick up food and water in Ellicott City while supplies last, according to federal, state and Howard County officials.
8:49 PM EDT, August 29, 2011
Jonathan Biedron didn't bother complaining the first time he noticed a difference between the price he was charged for office supplies and the figure posted on the shelf.
3:30 PM EDT, August 30, 2011
A man was fatally shot in Lansdowne early Tuesday morning, according to Baltimore County Police.
8:23 PM EDT, August 31, 2011
As the pace of electricity restoration slowed Tuesday, the aftermath of Hurricane Irene continued to frustrate thousands of utility customers and officials announced another storm-related death in Maryland.
7:15 AM EDT, August 28, 2011
St. Mary's County has notified residents downstream from St. Mary's Lake Dam of significant flooding from heavy rains that came along with Hurricane Irene. The county had warned residents that the dam could fail.
9:49 AM EDT, August 28, 2011
Marylanders began cleaning up from Hurricane Irene this morning but mostly the state emerged from the storm without significant damage or widespread flooding, as feared.
10:17 AM EDT, August 29, 2011
Two firefighters were injured while working to extinguish a blaze in a vacant home in Better Waverly, a city fire spokesman said.
7:48 PM EDT, August 27, 2011
The Chesapeake Bay Bridge has been closed to traffic as of 7:35 p.m., after high winds due to Hurricane Irene exceeded 55 mph, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority.
8:06 AM EDT, August 25, 2011
Baltimore Police are working to identify a man who was fatally shot in East Baltimore early Thursday morning.
11:42 PM EDT, August 27, 2011
A mother and two infants escaped without injury after a tree fell on a building in Greektown late Saturday night, a city fire spokesman said.
6:52 PM EDT, August 27, 2011
Seddef Everest had been looking forward to touring Baltimore this weekend with her boyfriend, Dan McDole, who was visiting from Queens.
10:21 AM EDT, August 22, 2011
As the Dow took another 400-point tumble Thursday, Baltimore money manager David Stepherson found himself talking one client out of selling everything.
2:25 PM EDT, August 27, 2011
The problem: Bike Baltimore signs confuse other cyclists, this time in the Inner Harbor.
9:39 PM EDT, August 23, 2011
Even as they discovered new scars from Tuesday's earthquake — a collapsed roof in Annapolis, broken glass at Baltimore's Port Discovery, a crumbled chimney in Catonsville — officials were most concerned about the unseen damage as they prepared to reopen Maryland buildings to the public Wednesday.
6:33 PM EDT, August 18, 2011
Baltimore mayoral candidate and state Sen. Catherine Pugh called Thursday for city officials to launch a media campaign to educate residents about the correct date for the Democratic primary after sample ballots mailed to voters listed the wrong one.
8:54 PM EDT, August 9, 2011
Bettie Dunkin was surprisingly unfazed by the financial turmoil of the last few days.
8:01 AM EDT, August 25, 2011
A woman died and a man was injured after fire broke out in a Lansdowne home early Thursday morning, according to a Baltimore County Fire spokesman.
7:50 PM EDT, August 24, 2011
A day after the largest East Coast earthquake in more than 60 years, Marylanders continued to deal with the fallout, as officials assessed the effects on buildings and infrastructure, transit riders saw delays and some federal workers and public school students got an extra day off.
5:53 PM EDT, August 22, 2011
When Alfred "Freddy" Garner Jr. was growing up, h's father taught him to be the bigger man and walk away from confrontations.
8:53 PM EDT, August 15, 2011
Clashes between Verizon Corp. and its workers have escalated as contract negotiations remain deadlocked and thousands of workers have been striking for more than a week.
11:28 AM EDT, August 6, 2011
The problem: A water leak persisted in Brooklyn, even though officials knew of the problem.
10:01 AM EDT, August 20, 2011
The problem: Bike Baltimore signs point the wrong way at a Reservoir Hill intersection.
5:28 PM EDT, August 20, 2011
An East Baltimore resident died Friday night while being held at the Baltimore Central Booking and Intake Center, a state corrections spokesman said.
9:06 AM EDT, August 19, 2011
Two more firefighters battling a fire at a vacant brewery complex in Brewers Hill were treated for heat exhaustion, bringing the total injured to five, a city fire spokesman said.
10:27 PM EDT, August 10, 2011
As if foreclosures, high unemployment and tight credit weren't enough, would-be homebuyers in the Baltimore region got more fodder for wariness Wednesday as the Dow Jones industrial average plunged more than 500 points and a new local report showed housing prices continued to fall last month.
9:06 PM EDT, August 20, 2011
Pieter Schneider's research and planning paid off every time his boat hit the finish line. The 7-year-old had studied pictures of fast boats in magazines to design his catamaran, made of four aluminum cans and two plastic cups, with a paper plate sail.
6:41 PM EDT, August 18, 2011
As many as 300 Verizon customers in West Baltimore lost service Thursday after cables were cut, the company said.
8:44 PM EDT, August 17, 2011
Maryland's crime rate decreased 6.3 percent last year, reaching a new low in the state's per-capita incidence of violent and property offenses and mirroring a national trend.
5:49 PM EDT, August 3, 2011
Constellation Energy, preparing for regulatory review of its proposed merger with Chicago-based Exelon Corp., saw earnings per share rise by a third during the three months that ended June 30.
9:09 PM EDT, August 10, 2011
Baltimore's Board of Estimates approved a $700,000 loan to the operators of the Senator Theatre as well as a modified lease for the space at its meeting Wednesday morning.
4:46 PM EDT, August 1, 2011
Sitting on the back porch of his Southwest Baltimore home Sunday night, Richard Tarbert heard the loud gunshots — 10 of them, he counted. His instincts told him to run toward them.
2:58 PM EDT, July 30, 2011
The problem: Drinking fountains near Rash Field on the Inner Harbor promenade weren't working.
2:49 PM EDT, August 4, 2011
Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. crews have installed temporary equipment and are planning permanent upgrades for a Harford County community after nine power outages that lasted for hours occurred since May.
6:14 PM EDT, August 4, 2011
The consumer protection division of the state attorney general's office has ordered a Missouri corporation and its owners to stop marketing vehicle service contracts and to pay roughly $25 million in penalties and restitution to Maryland customers.
8:03 PM EDT, July 29, 2011
A 27-year-old construction worker from Pennsylvania was killed and another worker severely injured after officials said a precast concrete wall collapsed Friday morning at the slots parlor construction site at Arundel Mills mall.
9:00 PM EDT, July 25, 2011
As consumer advocates called for a review of BGE's PeakRewards program, the utility said Monday that more than 3,800 customers have dropped or modified their participation after seeing air conditioners cycled off for hours Friday — the hottest day in 75 years.
9:02 PM EDT, July 29, 2011
Baltimore County's police chief is investigating whether he can use a local padlock law to shut down a Middle River bar after a man and a woman were stabbed there in separate incidents this month, according to a department spokeswoman.
5:11 PM EDT, July 29, 2011
A 22-year-old man was critically wounded after being shot in the Charles North neighborhood early Friday morning, according to Baltimore Police.
7:45 PM EDT, July 24, 2011
City and fire officials unveiled a poignant piece of American history on Sunday which will remind students at Baltimore's fire training academy of the commitments they make in the line of duty.
9:19 PM EDT, July 24, 2011
Doris Brandt Bauer, an art educator and artist whose mixed-media collages incorporated found objects such as driftwood, died of pneumonia and respiratory failure July 17 at St. Joseph Medical Center. She was 86.
5:36 PM EDT, July 22, 2011
5:56 PM EDT, July 26, 2011
Jason Savedoff may not have just stolen notable documents from the Maryland Historical Society, as police have charged, but prosecutors say he may have flushed at least one down a toilet as police closed in.
10:25 AM EDT, July 24, 2011
A city firefighter was treated for heat exhaustion after battling a two-alarm fire in Southwest Baltimore, according to a Baltimore fire spokesman.
10:18 AM EDT, July 24, 2011
Anne Arundel County police have identified a 52-year-old Pasadena man who died in a motorcycle crash in Glen Burnie Saturday evening.
7:48 AM EDT, July 18, 2011
Baltimore police have identified the 21-year-old victim who was fatally shot early Sunday in Southwest Baltimore, officials said.
9:37 AM EDT, July 24, 2011
Baltimore County Police are investigating the non-fatal shooting of two people in Baltimore County early Sunday morning.
8:08 AM EDT, July 22, 2011
Baltimore County Police are investigating the non-fatal stabbing of a man at a Middle River bar early Friday morning.
10:55 AM EDT, July 18, 2011
A Baltimore cyclist has died of his injuries after he was struck by a dark sedan that left the scene on Thursday morning, according to Anne Arundel County Police.
7:34 PM EDT, July 18, 2011
Police arrested a 22-year-old Brooklyn Park man at Arundel Mills mall after he tried to ram a Baltimore police car before leading police on a chase along the Baltimore Washington Parkway, Maryland State Police said Monday.
1:29 PM EDT, July 16, 2011
Faith E. Wachter doesn't normally spend as much as $17 on shampoo in a single shopping trip. But by stocking up on haircare products recently, the Ellicott City resident saved more than $4 on gasoline for her car — and just in time for a drive to the beach.
July 24, 2011
The problem: Two signs directing drivers to Perring Parkway have been blocked by tree branches.
9:48 PM EDT, July 16, 2011
The problem: A bus stop in Homeland has been missing for months.
9:46 PM EDT, July 14, 2011
For about 40 miles, Elsya and her 20-month-old son were trapped in a car with a stranger at the wheel. With the back doors unhitched and flapping, and speeding at more than 100 miles per hour, she says, the strange man threatened her, wielded a shard of glass like a knife and convinced her that she and her child were going to be killed.
11:08 AM EDT, July 14, 2011
Baltimore Police have identified a 2-year-old girl who died after being ejected from a vehicle that hit a tree near the intersection of The Alameda and Harford Road by Clifton Park Wednesday night, according to fire officials.
10:07 AM EDT, July 8, 2011
One suspect has been arrested in connection with an Odenton carjacking early Friday morning, but another is still at large, according to an Anne Arundel County Police spokesman.
2:42 PM EDT, July 12, 2011
Baltimore police have identified a woman found dead inside her Southeast Baltimore home Sunday, one of four killings detectives are investigating from the weekend.
6:47 PM EDT, July 12, 2011
A doctor's appointment brought Helen Jones out of her Allendale house earlier than usual Tuesday morning. While she waited on the porch for her ride, a man came out of a house across the street, got into a green car and drove away.
6:30 PM EDT, June 30, 2011
Police say the victim of a fatal shooting in Southwest Baltimore on Wednesday night was a 16-year-old boy.
July 9, 2011
The problem: Giant potholes pockmarked a road in the Canton Industrial Area.
8:38 AM EDT, June 29, 2011
Traffic on southbound Interstate 95 was delayed north of the Fort McHenry Tunnel tollbooths while crews cleaned up oil spilled due to a two-vehicle collision, a Maryland Transportation Authority Police spokesman said.
7:19 AM EDT, June 30, 2011
A Deale couple suffered burns after a fire started when the wife fell asleep while smoking and using home oxygen early Thursday morning, according to an Anne Arundel County Fire spokesman.
2:18 PM EDT, July 2, 2011
The problem: Graffiti advertising bail bondsmen remained on a wall near Central Booking for weeks.
8:33 PM EDT, June 28, 2011
The dust was thick enough that Sally Dworak-Fisher could trace letters in it with her finger.
6:43 PM EDT, June 23, 2011
Baltimore County police are investigating two crashes that killed three people early Thursday morning.
3:08 PM EDT, June 30, 2011
Anne Arundel County Police are looking for the owners of thousands of dollars worth of power tools, lawn equipment, guns and other items that were discovered during a search of a Lothian home where two people were arrested.
8:53 AM EDT, June 22, 2011
Baltimore Police have released the identity of a 52-year-old man who died after a double shooting in Northwest Baltimore Monday night.
8:24 PM EDT, June 29, 2011
A 24-year-old man died after he was shot in the back in what may have been a robbery in West Baltimore late Tuesday night, police said.
7:00 PM EDT, June 22, 2011
The Baltimore police officer who fell off an elevated section of the Jones Falls Expressway in an accident Tuesday remained hospitalized in critical condition after undergoing two surgeries, one to repair a fractured leg and pelvis.
7:31 AM EDT, June 20, 2011
The light rail system is running 20 to 30 minutes behind schedule Monday morning due to equipment problems, according to the Maryland Transit Administration.
7:23 AM EDT, July 8, 2011
A series of heavy storms that formed over the Mason Dixon line Thursday night caused numerous hazards and power outages, mainly in Baltimore city and county.
5:30 PM EDT, June 29, 2011
Maryland officials plan to announce Thursday a new system to speed the review process for business owners seeking state permits for projects in priority development areas.
3:15 PM EDT, June 25, 2011
This week Watchdog brings you an update on a problem that has yet to be fixed.
7:10 PM EDT, June 23, 2011
Baltimore police are investigating the fatal shooting Wednesday night of a 23-year-old man in Northeast Baltimore in an apparent dispute over money, officials said.
9:59 AM EDT, July 7, 2011
A 19-year-old man has been charged after Aberdeen Police say he stabbed his father in the chest with a knife outside an Aberdeen shopping center Wednesday afternoon.
8:37 PM EDT, July 7, 2011
State utility regulators weighed concerns about balancing safety and cost Thursday, as they considered rules to minimize the risk of accidental electrocution when objects such as streetlights become electrified.
7:48 PM EDT, June 24, 2011
A 14-year-old Annapolis sailing student who died during lessons in the Severn River was remembered Friday as a much-loved teenager who enjoyed sailing with her family and playing soccer on a high school team.
9:05 PM EDT, June 14, 2011
The holding lot at BWI Marshall Airport was a sea of white vehicles Tuesday as angry taxi drivers massed to protest a proposal that would award the airport's taxi concession to a Virginia-based company.
5:43 PM EDT, June 15, 2011
Baltimore police were investigating the fatal shootings of two men Tuesday afternoon and a third shooting just before midnight that critically injured another man.
5:52 PM EDT, July 7, 2011
Authorities continued to search Thursday for a man with a hammer and a shotgun who attacked a speed enforcement vehicle on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway near BWI airport, according to a state police spokesman.
5:55 PM EDT, July 6, 2011
As her colleagues scramble to get to her side, Baltimore Police Officer Teresa Rigby utters one phrase over the police radio.
8:40 AM EDT, June 29, 2011
Howard County Police have arrested nine men accused of soliciting prostitution in the Route 1 corridor in Laurel.
7:21 PM EDT, July 5, 2011
A fatal stabbing and the baffling shooting of a 4-year-old boy stunned visitors to Baltimore's downtown Fourth of July festivities and drew condemnation from the city's mayor and police commissioner as they worked to remind people of the thousands who enjoyed the celebration without incident.
3:54 PM EDT, June 28, 2011
Payments that help low-income Marylanders cover their electric bills will decrease next year, according to the operating plan for the state's Electric Universal Service program.
7:07 AM EDT, June 17, 2011
A 39-year-old man was fatally shot early Friday in West Baltimore, according to police.
6:42 PM EDT, June 21, 2011
Baltimore Police Officer Teresa Rigby was handling the most routine call on one of the city's most treacherous roads.
12:11 PM EDT, June 17, 2011
Authorities have identified two people who died in a motorcycle crash after fleeing from a traffic stop early Thursday in Annapolis.
2:32 PM EDT, June 21, 2011
Repairs on a water main break that left hundreds of East Baltimore residents who have been without water since Saturday have not been holding, preventing crews from restoring water service, a Public Works spokesman said Tuesday morning.
9:10 PM EST, March 2, 2011
The Russian owner of the Sparrows Point Steel Mill said Wednesday it is selling the Baltimore County plant — once vital to building the company's U.S. footprint and to Maryland's manufacturing industry — to the Renco Group because the business isn't profitable enough.
11:29 AM EDT, June 22, 2011
One man died after a double shooting in Northwest Baltimore late Monday night and police were investigating two additional shootings, police said
2:44 PM EDT, June 18, 2011
The problem: "No Stopping" signs restrict parking during morning and evening rush hours for a section of one block of St. Paul Street in Mount Vernon.
7:03 PM EDT, May 17, 2011
William Donald Schaefer's ability to surprise, delight and confound was on display again Tuesday with the public release of his last will and testament, which showered bits of his $2.4 million estate on devoted aides, friends and institutions.
7:14 PM EST, February 21, 2011
A Baltimore group wants to put civic pride in your wallet.
April 11, 2010
The problem: A damaged storm inlet remained uncovered in Roland Park for weeks.
8:35 AM EDT, June 15, 2011
A Harford County deputy was injured early Wednesday when his patrol vehicle was struck by a suspected drunken driver in Edgewood, according to the sheriff's office.
8:10 AM EDT, June 14, 2011
Two lanes of northbound Interstate 95 have reopened in Harford County while crews clean up a tractor-trailer crash early Tuesday morning that injured one driver, according to Maryland State Police.
4:26 PM EDT, June 13, 2011
A 23-year-old man died Sunday after he was shot multiple times in West Baltimore, according to Baltimore Police.
8:01 PM EDT, June 14, 2011
They were best friends since kindergarten and lived a block apart in South Baltimore's Pigtown. One was feisty, the other shy. Monday night, they set off to meet an acquaintance, crossing Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
February 28, 2010
The problem: How can residents report damage that might have been caused by county or city snow-removal equipment?
March 28, 2010
The problem: Soil has been eroding from an abandoned construction site in Cherry Hill for years.
9:58 PM EDT, June 16, 2011
A man and a woman were killed in a motorcycle crash after fleeing from a traffic stop early Thursday in Annapolis, police said.
10:12 PM EDT, September 17, 2010
Cobin Burrell, a 31-year-old Johns Hopkins Hospital worker, had the task of cleaning blood from Room 873, where a man killed his ailing mother, then himself after shooting a doctor.
February 21, 2010
The problem: The sidewalks by a Riverside fire station go unshoveled.
7:26 PM EDT, April 26, 2011
Customers who purchase electric power from Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. will pay about 11 percent less starting in June.
February 14, 2010
The problem: A library's doors are too heavy for people in wheelchairs to open.
January 3, 2010
The problem: A hole formed at a corner storm drain near Patterson Park despite calls for help.
March 14, 2010
The problem: Stray dogs have been taking refuge in a boarded-up house in Sandtown-Winchester.
February 22, 2010
Ryan Boddy was following instructions.
9:41 AM EST, February 10, 2010
Baltimore residents and those who travel into the city have been fuming about snowed-in side streets and ice-filled main routes. But city officials warned that conditions could get worse before they get better.
February 7, 2010
This week, Watchdog brings you updates on several previously unresolved issues.
December 27, 2009
This week, Watchdog brings you updates on some previously unresolved issues.
December 20, 2009
The problem: Trash cans in Southwest Baltimore have become a dumping site.
April 18, 2010
This week, Watchdog updates several problems that were still unresolved at the time they were first reported.
4:30 PM EDT, April 19, 2011
Jon Koscher brought his coffee and muffin Tuesday morning to the statue of William Donald Schaefer at the Inner Harbor to pay his respects to the "founding father of tourism in Baltimore."
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