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  • A 'time out' on ads for the NFL [Commentary]

    A 'time out' on ads for the NFL [Commentary]
    Despite going by the same name, American football and what the rest of the world considers football are completely different games. They have a different level of physicality as well as an entirely different pace. Part of this difference in the pace of...
  • Tin Lizzie's wine-making operation in Clarksville growing sweeter with age

    Tin Lizzie's wine-making operation in Clarksville growing sweeter with age
    There aren't too many Howard County businesses directly affected by the weather in California, but Tin Lizzie Wineworks is one of them. Record-setting heat and a drought this year are pushing grapes into an early harvest, including in the towns of...
  • 11 in Harford serve alcohol to underage police cadet during test

    11 in Harford serve alcohol to underage police cadet during test
    Of the 26 restaurants, bars and liquor stores checked during a recent Harford County Liquor Control Board compliance test, 11 sold an alcoholic beverage to underage police cadets. Two of those 11 opened in the last four months – Acappella in...
  • Summer fun alive, well at Reisterstown fest

    Summer fun alive, well at Reisterstown fest
    Summer doesn't end on Labor Day in Reisterstown. That's the unofficial motto of the annual Reisterstown Festival held every year for the last 28 years the weekend after Labor Day — this year on Sept. 6 and 7 on the grounds of the Hannah More Park....
  • Harbor 2.0 planners didn't consult local residents and businesses [Letter]

    Harbor 2.0 planners didn't consult local residents and businesses [Letter]
    When Inner Harbor 2.0 was first rolled out, I was appalled that plans called for dismantling the Seven-Foot Knoll Lighthouse, relocating the Coast Guard cutter Taney to a dumpster area and doubling the size of the Pier V parking garage ("Baltimore's...
  • TEDCO establishes $1M fund for cybersecurity startups

    TEDCO establishes $1M fund for cybersecurity startups
    The Maryland Technology Development Corp. has established a $1 million fund to invest in startups launching new cyber security technologies, officials announced Wednesday. Eligible Maryland companies will be able to apply for investments of up to $100,...
  • Competition for snowball stands heats up

    Competition for snowball stands heats up
    With the final days of summer approaching, competition is heating up for snowball sales in Arbutus and Catonsville. Some businesses, such as Pink Flamingo Sno-Balls on Maiden Choice Lane, strictly sell snowballs and close in the winter. Others, like...
  • Brown, Hogan make pitches to county officials

    Brown, Hogan make pitches to county officials
    — Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan promised government officials from across the state Saturday that he would usher in a "new era of state and county cooperation," while Democratic rival Anthony G. Brown vigorously defended Maryland'...
  • Baltimore should dump 'minor privilege' fees [Letter]

    Baltimore should dump 'minor privilege' fees [Letter]
    As a business and property owner, I have paid Baltimore's "minor privilege" fees for 29 years ("Minor privilege, major disincentive," Aug. 14). I pay nearly $1,200 a year, so they are not minor. These fees allow my business to have three windows, a sign...
  • Securing funding a challenge for female entrepreneurs

    Securing funding a challenge for female entrepreneurs
    When Lisa Harris Jones launched her law firm 14 years ago, she used the only money she saw as an option — her own. Harris Jones said she founded Harris Jones & Malone with $7,000 on the belief that "if I can't buy it flat out, then I don't need it....
  • 'Lot going on' at Aberdeen Proving Ground, CECOM commander says

    'Lot going on' at Aberdeen Proving Ground, CECOM commander says
    Army Maj. Gen. Bruce Crawford says he regularly sees people come up and thank soldiers and he wants to make sure that continues. "There is a lot going on here at this installation," Crawford said. "After 13 years of war, there is one heck of a story to...
  • Havre de Grace considers changes to rules on auto shops, residential fences, signs

    Havre de Grace considers changes to rules on auto shops, residential fences, signs
    If bills pending before the Havre de Grace Council are approved, an auto repair shop will be allowed to move a few blocks to the former Coca-Cola building and residents will have more options for building fences on corner lots. A third bill would...