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A summer heat wave expected to last through the weekend is now blamed for seven deaths across Maryland, and public officials called Monday for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. to act quickly to repair power outages or risk more deaths. Four people died...
Four heat-related deaths were reported to state health officials on Independence Day, three of them in Baltimore, bringing the death toll from the recent stretch of heat and storms to 11. Two men over age 65 and one man between the ages of 45 and 65 died...
Tags: Symptoms, Long Term Care, Nursing, Conservation, Weather Reports
The Homewood Museum at Johns Hopkins University has spent more than $100,000 to restore a small, separate brick building with lift-up seats, graffiti on its wood-paneled walls and a crescent moon carved into its steeple-like ventilation stack. Some...
Tags: Charles Street, Rentals, Charles Carroll, Museums, Carrollton
The reopening of Annapolis' Market House, set for October, is likely to be delayed. "It may not be Oct. 1, so I may be walking the plank after all," said Mayor Joshua Cohen. He had vowed to take a plunge into the harbor if the historic building at City...
For the past six years, the building at 6228 Sykesvillle Road (Route 32), in Eldersburg, once known as Nathan Henry's Restaurant, has stood empty. But it hasn't been forgotten. The nondenominational Journey Church Community has been planning to turn...
Sitting atop the Belvedere like a brilliant Christmas ornament, the recently renovated 13th Floor will likely impress first-timers the moment its elevator doors open to the intimate space. First, they'll wonder: Is this view really of Baltimore? Then: Is...
Two contracts requested by Harford County's information and communication technology department were approved Thursday by the Harford County Board of Estimates. The contracts, however, are for management systems that affect the entire county....
A Baltimore landlord with a long history of violating lead-paint poisoning laws was sentenced Wednesday to a year and a day in prison by a federal judge, who called the now-bankrupt businessman a "scofflaw." Cephus Murrell, 69, of Catonsville sat...
Tags: Justice System, Lawyers, Physical Conditions, Rentals, Arts
Baltimore Housing Commissioner Paul T. Graziano met last month with an influential state lawmaker to discuss more than $8 million in unpaid court-ordered judgments against the city’s housing authority, which have resulted from lead-paint poisoning...
Traffic was the center of discussion during a community meeting about the proposed expansion of the Catonsville Family Center Y and the addition of a 140-apartment senior living complex on the Y's South Rolling Road campus. About two dozen people...
The Baltimore SunSome recruits might look at the growing pains of Maryland’s football program as a negative. But Jalen Brooks, a 6-foot-3, 220-pound linebacker from North Gwinnett High in Suwanee, Ga., has always seen the Terps’ struggles as an opportunity....
Twenty years after opening its first large residence for students, the Maryland Institute College of Art plans to build a $16.5 million addition that will increase the number of undergraduates living on campus and help revitalize Baltimore's North...
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