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  • Ice storm cuts power, closes schools in Harford; county opens shelters

    Ice storm cuts power, closes schools in Harford; county opens shelters
    Snow and freezing rain fell across Harford County late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning, causing more hazardous driving conditions, closing schools and leaving many homes and businesses without electricity. Lack of power problems persisted...
  • Commercial properties open for business in Arbutus

    Commercial properties open for business in Arbutus
    Five commercial properties are up for sale near the main street of Arbutus, including longtime businesses Leon's Triple L Restaurant and Lounge, and Center Court Tavern, presenting an opportunity for those looking to start a business in the area. "It'...
  • Harford's countywide broadband system to go live in spring

    Expenses continue to climb for Harford County's far-reaching project to connect all public buildings and schools in Harford County via fiber-optic cable, known as HMAN, or Harford Metro Area Network, which officials expect to be operational sometime...
  • City Council to consider new rules for food trucks

    City Council to consider new rules for food trucks
    The Rawlings-Blake administration is proposing new regulations for the city's rapidly growing food truck industry — setting up zones for the mobile chefs to sell their designer grilled-cheese sandwiches, spicy tacos and decadent cupcakes. The...
  • House panel approves minimum-wage increase

    House panel approves minimum-wage increase
    Gov. Martin O'Malley's proposed increase in Maryland's minimum wage to $10.10 cleared its first hurdle Monday night as a House committee approved the bill and rejected a proposal to set a different standard for rural areas. The House Economic Matters...
  • Don't zone liquor stores out of business [Letter]

    Don't zone liquor stores out of business [Letter]
    In response to the Jan 13th article, "Key councilman says city shouldn't zone long time liquor stores out of business" (Jan. 13) I would like to say that I strongly agree with Councilman Ed Reisinger. I am a long-time resident (over 30 years) of Charles...
  • Rawlings-Blake invites Arizona's LGBT residents to move to Baltimore

    Rawlings-Blake invites Arizona's LGBT residents to move to Baltimore
    On NBC’s “Meet the Press” today, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake invited gay and lesbian residents of Arizona to move to Baltimore. Asked about vetoed legislation that would have allowed businesses in Arizona to refuse to...
  • Pesticide use reporting laws haven't worked in other states [Letter]

    Pesticide use reporting laws haven't worked in other states [Letter]
    Unfortunately, your recent support for requiring Maryland's professional applicators to report pesticide use to a state database left readers with the impression that other states have easily implemented such requirements ("Understanding pesticide risk,"...
  • Most Marylanders back raising minimum wage

    Most Marylanders back raising minimum wage
    By a wide margin, Maryland voters want to raise the state's minimum wage to $10.10 a hour, a poll conducted for The Baltimore Sun shows. A majority of voters in every region of the state supports that wage increase, and the proposal has near-unanimous...
  • Bel Air celebrates chocolate and candy Saturday

    Bel Air celebrates chocolate and candy Saturday
    Scott Walker started his term of service as executive director of the Bel Air Downtown Alliance focused on the annual Chocolate and Candy Festival, and he ends his term four-and-a-half years later with the festival. "This is my first event, and it'll be...
  • BGE's new CEO settles in after a demanding few years

    BGE's new CEO settles in after a demanding few years
    Calvin G. Butler Jr. came to Baltimore nearly three years ago with one foot here and the other in Chicago, flying west on weekends to his wife and two teenagers. Now he's firmly in this region. His family moved to Cockeysville last summer. He's on two...
  • Reserving spots for valet parking in Towson is unfair [Letter]

    On Saturday,  Feb. 1, my wife and I took our son to dinner to the Towson Tavern at York Road and Shealy Avenue to celebrate his birthday. When we pulled up in front of the restaurant to park at one of the metered spots right in front, the restaurant had...