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  • Carroll students shoot to benefit Johns Hopkins Children's Center

    Carroll students shoot to benefit Johns Hopkins Children's Center
    Fourth-grader Nathan Saunders hadn't been to Elmer Wolfe Elementary School since his cancer diagnosis in November. When he visited the Union Bridge elementary school Thursday, his classmates welcomed him by playing his favorite sport – basketball....
  • Douglas Gansler unveils jobs plan

    Douglas Gansler unveils jobs plan
    Gubernatorial candidate Douglas Gansler unveiled his jobs plan Thursday with a focus on bringing back manufacturing jobs, establishing a portal were academics and business workers can exchange ideas and offering incentives for small business owners to...
  • New lease close for Columbia's Second Chance Saloon

    New lease close for Columbia's Second Chance Saloon
    For the first time in months, Second Chance Saloon co-owner Wendy Binder is looking forward to getting a good night's sleep. Since December, Binder and co-owner Declan Wood have been on edge after Cedar Realty Trust, landlord of the Oakland Mills...
  • Catonsville businessman considers community in plans for Candle Light site [Letter]

    Kudos, once again, to Craig Witzke. I moved to Baltimore, 27 years ago, to start a distribution/construction business. By accident, I ended up living in Catonsville; it was the town at the end of I-70. I never regretted that decision. It is a...
  • Fines for snowy sidewalks abound this harsh winter

    Fines for snowy sidewalks abound this harsh winter
    Custodians at the Church of the Redeemer have struggled this winter to keep its sidewalks clear of snow, but the one flush against North Charles Street in Homeland — buried by nearly every plow that passes — proved too much. The city...
  • HdG geared up for Mardi Gras parade, Fat Tuesday

    Can it be March already, dear readers? Laissez les bons temps roulez! Brigitte Peters, at the Office of Tourism, and I are making the parade list for the March 4 Mardi Gras parade at 6:30 p.m. down Bourbon Street from the high school, to Washington...
  • Remington residents deal with the consequences of change

    Remington residents deal with the consequences of change
    The pastor is not pleased. It's a Wednesday morning in mid-February, the first promise of temperatures topping 50 degrees in weeks, but it's cold and wet. An erratic trickle of people stops into the basement of the Church of the Guardian Angel at the...
  • Zoning board member to depart as longest-serving in city's history

    Zoning board member to depart as longest-serving in city's history
    Courtney McKeldin, daughter-in-law of the late Republican governor and Baltimore mayor Theodore McKeldin and a well-known local public servant in her own right, will step down today as the longest-serving member of the city's zoning board. The...
  • Tax cuts are not the answer [Letter]

    Tax cuts are not the answer [Letter]
    So Harford County Executive David Craig wants to eliminate income taxes on the rich, blow a $775 million hole in the budget and implement "zero-based budgeting" to keep spending under control ("Tax cuts for the rich," Feb. 21). Obviously, Mr. Craig is not...
  • Carroll-Camden area hopes Horseshoe casino brings luck

    Carroll-Camden area hopes Horseshoe casino brings luck
    The gleaming new Horseshoe Casino Baltimore that greets visitors entering the city on Russell Street rises from gritty surroundings, flanked by a Holiday Inn Express and a concrete bunker-like block of storage units. Those two neighboring properties...
  • Route 40 businesses ask for state help after Expressway opens [50 years ago]

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, February 27, 1964: The Route 40 Businessmen's Association requested 50 years ago that the U.S. Bureau of Public Roads assist the proprietors along the Route 40 corridor between Baltimore and the...
  • Work on small business health exchange website halted

    Work on small business health exchange website halted
    The contractor under fire for the botched rollout of the state's troubled online health exchange for uninsured people was also hired during a closed-door meeting to develop a similar marketplace for Maryland's small businesses — work that exchange...