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  • On Columbia's lakefront, the return of a favorite

    On Columbia's lakefront, the return of a favorite
    Who said there are no second acts in American dining? Clyde's of Columbia has been an anchor on the Columbia lakefront since 1975. That's impressive, but time has a way of catching up with everything. And now that Columbia is in the middle of a multi-...
  • Clyde's scheduled to reopen in April

    Clyde's scheduled to reopen in April
    Clyde's of Columbia will reopen in mid- to late-April, later than anticipated because of a few minor problems during renovations that began in January. "If it takes a little more time, we want to get it done right the first time," said Clyde's General...
  • Dulaney Boosters push for stadium project to be completed by school's end

    Dulaney Boosters push for stadium project to be completed by school's end
    For years, the Dulaney Sports Boosters have lamented that the school's stadium didn't match the quality of the student-athletes who played on it or the school that it represented. "It's well-kept, but very plain looking," said Kim Hoffman, president...
  • Northwestern High alumni sue school system over closure

    Northwestern High alumni sue school system over closure
    Northwestern High alumni have gone to court to try to stop the Baltimore school from closing, as civil rights activists say the plan is discriminatory because shuttering the institution would disproportionately affect low-income, minority students. The...
  • Good news, for a change, about the Chesapeake Bay

    Good news, for a change, about the Chesapeake Bay
    For 30 years, the Chesapeake Bay Program — a partnership including the six bay states, the District of Columbia, the Chesapeake Bay Commission, the Environmental Protection Agency and other federal agencies — has been measuring and assessing...
  • Agencies aim to restore bay's depleted oysters, a creek at a time

    Agencies aim to restore bay's depleted oysters, a creek at a time
    It's planting time in the Chesapeake Bay, just as it is on land for farmers and gardeners across Maryland. Instead of seeds, though, hundreds of millions of speck-sized baby oysters — known as spat — are being planted this spring in Harris...
  • Prepared text of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's State of the City Address 2013

    Prepared text of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's State of the City Address 2013
    Mr. President, Madam Comptroller, Senators and Delegates, members of the City Council, clergy, colleagues in public service, committed people of Baltimore—thank you for the opportunity to report on the progress of our city and to renew our...
  • Obama's State of the Union address as prepared for delivery [Text]

    Obama's State of the Union address as prepared for delivery [Text]
    Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, Members of Congress, fellow citizens:  Fifty-one years ago, John F. Kennedy declared to this Chamber that “the Constitution makes us not rivals for power but partners for progress…It is my task,” he...
  • Rebuilding schools, rebuilding Baltimore

    Rebuilding schools, rebuilding Baltimore
    Over the last 10 years leaders from the private, public and nonprofit sectors have begun to transform Baltimore's approach to its future. Traditional public subsidies have given way to strategic investments and tough decisions, using market-based...
  • Councilwoman and constituents at odds over Waverly library renovations

    A year ago, residents and their city councilwoman were in agreement that the city needed to go "back to the drawing board" on plans to renovate the Waverly Library. But now, as the city prepares to break ground on the $3 million project later this year,...
  • Still recovering from Sandy, Crisfield braces for next storm

    Still recovering from Sandy, Crisfield braces for next storm
    — Hazel Cropper, for years the fastest crab picker in this city built on its seafood industry, worries about the storm drain a few feet from her living room. As volunteers assessed the damage Superstorm Sandy caused to her home, the 74-year-old...
  • Embattled city school official resigns

    Embattled city school official resigns
    An executive suite in the city school system's headquarters that underwent $250,000 in lavish renovations last year will soon be empty. Jerome Oberlton, who repeatedly came under fire for his spending habits as the system’s chief technology...