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She remembers having "wonderful" history teachers growing up in 1940s and 1950s Annapolis, and she has explored and chronicled this area's past for more than 40 years. But as historian Jane Wilson McWilliams researched her massive, colorful and...
Over the past decade, Maryland's population grew far more diverse, while growth slowed dramatically in once-booming counties in the Baltimore area, according to data released Wednesday by the Census Bureau. Baltimore lost more of its population —...
The problem: The bicycle rack at Baltimore's first on-street bike parking area in Charles Village is missing. The back story: Susan Walther was excited after her new neighborhood, Charles Village, became home to Baltimore's first on-street bicycle...
Sun ReporterBy choosing to build a new arena on the west side of downtown, Baltimore is placing a $300 million bet on an area that has long struggled to come to life. One problem has been 1st Mariner Arena itself, a 46-year-old albatross with only one entrance and...
Tags: Death, Television, Public Officials, Government, Finance
Sun reporterWallis Warfield Simpson, the Baltimore divorcee for whom the king of England gave up his throne, used to slip quietly into Sykesville to visit relatives, hoping the press would not follow. And Betsy Patterson, whose whirlwind romance with and marriage to...
Sun reporterBig breaks given by Baltimore officials to spur major downtown projects over the past decade came with provisions that the city would share in profits. But Baltimore has yet to see one cent as a result.The projects include successful ventures such as the...
Sun reporterThis was Remington, a North Baltimore neighborhood, on a recent sunny Friday afternoon: A man sat on his rowhouse steps with his brother, strumming a guitar and sipping Bud Ice. Little girls in pigtails rode bikes on the sidewalk. A neighbor washed his...
Special to The Baltimore SunWithin one square block of the Charles North neighborhood there is a gallery announcing a coming live painting; a spoken word exhibit; a theater staging a film noir comedy; and a bar where the staff is known to perform on a trapeze. So it's no surprise...
Tags: Property, Station North, Druid Hill, Maryland, Charles Theatre
Special to the SunWith the well-known neighborhoods of Guilford, Charles Village and Waverly surrounding it, one would think the tucked-away and lesser-known community of Oakenshawe could get lost in the shuffle. But residents of the neighborhood would never let that...
Special to baltimoresun.comAs an international student living in Baltimore without a car, I've had plenty of opportunities to experience public transportation in Baltimore firsthand. Here's a full Saturday spent traveling about the city, your own vehicle not required: 9 a.m. I...
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