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Long before Doug Masiuk became a serious runner, he had to learn how take his lifelong battle with Type 1 diabetes one step at a time. Diagnosed when he was a toddler, Masiuk, now 38, played soccer through high school at Severna Park. Once his...
Harrison Trains LLC presents a train garden at Richardson's Farm Market, 5900 Ebenezer Rd. in White Marsh. The second annual garden is noteworthy not just for the seasonal magic it conveys. It is the promise to deliver love and hope to ailing children...
This year’s Black Friday became the backdrop not only for doorbuster HDTV sales but for protests from retail workers across the country. Workers at Walmart, Target, even Macy’s, have decried unfair wages and conditions. So which retailers...
Tags: Employment, The Finish Line Incorporated, Walmart, IKEA, Target
Morale in the Mt. Washington Fire Department was low last summer after Baltimore City relocated Truck No. 27 to a firehouse on Reisterstown Road. But now the Mt. Washington station's annual train garden, rebuilt for the first time in at least 15 years,...
Tags: Holidays, Hanukkah, Judaism, Inner Harbor
A trick-or-treating teenager who shot at another group of teens on Halloween 2010, killing one, was sentenced to 115 years in prison Thursday by a Baltimore County judge. Sterlin Corday Matthews, 19, was found guilty in October of second-degree murder...
Tags: Prosecution, Trials, Witnesses, Punishment, Shootings
Once a place to wind down during retirement, Johnston Square Apartments, a gray, fairly new multistory apartment complex for seniors along Greenmount Avenue in East Baltimore, has become a safe house. "The majority of people in here stay in here," said...
It was cold outside, but, "It's hot in here," said Mac Jensen, 9, who spent part of Small Business Saturday blowing into one end of a long pipe with a globule of hot glass on the other end. Mac was participating in a workshop to make holiday ornaments...
Tags: Holidays, Business, Mount Vernon, Artists, Small Businesses
Republicans in Maryland often wonder why they lose. The letter sent last week by Michael Steele and Audrey Scott to Maryland Republicans urging them to vote for expanded gambling is a perfect example of how the party solidifies its minority status. In...
Shavon Carter arrived at the dentist's office Thursday morning with her five young sons and an orange bucket full of Halloween candy. Before their appointments, the East Baltimore family traded their trick-or-treat bounty for a toy in a swap program that...
Savage Mill turned elegant for a good cause recently. The group the Perfect 10 Event hosted a fundraiser called an Evening of Elegance at the Savage Mill to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. The event was held throughout the Mill with food from...
After reading my colleague Jim Kennedy's column on time just speeding through the rest of the year after Halloween has come and gone, I found myself actually agreeing with him for once (sorry, Jim). Admitting this makes me feel much older than my 27...
Two upcoming events — both of them outside Carroll County — will benefit the Finksburg-based Misfits Animal Sanctuary. Misfits works to provide a sanctuary for abused and neglected animals, finding homes through adoption and connecting people...
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