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  • Letter: Yolanda Adams Gospel concert sells out

    Gospel music lovers missed their chances to purchase tickets for this year's "Afternoon of Musical Praise" featuring Grammy-winning artist Yolanda Adams, slated for Aug. 18 at Aberdeen Proving Ground's Post Theater. The concert sold out almost two weeks...
  • Baltimore's Grand Prix lands largest sponsor

    Baltimore's Grand Prix lands largest sponsor
    The Grand Prix of Baltimore has landed its largest sponsor to date, officials said Wednesday. Called a "presenting sponsor," Chrysler Group's Street and Racing Technology — SRT — will be added to the race's official logo. The sponsorship will...
  • New Perry Hall Giant to serve as a prototype for chain

    New Perry Hall Giant to serve as a prototype for chain
    Giant Food's newest Baltimore-area store offers a glimpse of the future for the region's dominant grocer, when shoppers increasingly rely on technology, demand more organic foods and expect a wide selection of prepared meals. Giant, which has been...
  • Maryland's unemployment rate for July rises slightly to 7 percent

    Maryland's unemployment rate for July rises slightly to 7 percent
    For yet another month, Maryland's unemployment rate inched upward, reaching 7 percent in July, the U.S. Department of Labor reported Friday. Maryland, however, saw an increase in 800 jobs last month, the first gain since February. "The fact that the...
  • Q&A with IndyCar promoter Michael Andretti

    Q&A with IndyCar promoter Michael Andretti
    With the Grand Prix of Baltimore two weeks away, the race's promoter and owner of three cars competing in the IndyCar Series this year, Michael Andretti, was in town recently and sat down for a conversation that ranged from the upcoming event through...
  • New business springs from old farm traditions

    New business springs from old farm traditions
    More than 200 years into the life of their family farm, Tim and Mitzi Jones decided their future should include cheese.  Bowling Green Farm has been producing milk from about 100 Holsteins and has been in the milk business since the 1920s. A few years...
  • Leaders hope more resources will be directed to Towson

    Leaders hope more resources will be directed to Towson
    Community and political leaders were quick to call last weekend's violence outside the Recher Theatre an isolated event. But as new development draws more people into Baltimore County's largest downtown area, many want to see more police and other...
  • Hampden Family Center plays Santa to children who need help at holidays

    Hampden Family Center plays Santa to children who need help at holidays
    Blayr Callaway, 19, who is raising her 8-year-old niece as well as her 2-year-old daughter, was in a familiar setting, at the Hampden Family Center's annual Holiday Party. It's the center Callaway comes to throughout the year for social services ranging...
  • Race On will handle local work for third Grand Prix of Baltimore

    Race On will handle local work for third Grand Prix of Baltimore
    Race On rescued the second Grand Prix of Baltimore because it hired Andretti Sports Marketing, a world-class firm carrying a legendary name that specializes in race operations. Andretti brought instant credibility and organization to the event, but it...
  • Hilton Baltimore again loses millions

    Hilton Baltimore again loses millions
    The city-owned Hilton Baltimore lost nearly $11.2 million in 2012 — a slight improvement from a year earlier, according to an audit to be presented to the city's Board of Estimates next week. Because of mounting losses, the city was forced to...
  • Village Flower Mart in Hampden closes after 45 years

    Village Flower Mart in Hampden closes after 45 years
    The Village Flower Mart went out of business Saturday afternoon, after 45 years at 3601 Chestnut Ave., just off The Avenue in Hampden. “It's time,” said owner Cheryl Zetlmeisl,cq 64, of Parkton, who retired and has sold the building. She...
  • Md. utility regulator decries electricity proposal

    Md. utility regulator decries electricity proposal
    Maryland's utility regulator Friday criticized a decision that could alter electricity bidding rules in the region, saying the change would hurt consumers. The state Public Service Commission is upset with the proposed changes that PJM Interconnection,...