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  • Fight cyber crime through information sharing

    Fight cyber crime through information sharing
    It's like a recurring bad dream. March: Hackers allegedly steal the credit card numbers from 1.5 million Visa and MasterCard customers by breaking into the computer systems of the company's payment processor in New York. The thieves stockpiled the stolen...
  • The Rev. Edward T. Hill, Navy chaplain

    The Rev. Edward T. Hill, Navy chaplain
    The Rev. Edward T. Hill, a Roman Catholic priest and former Navy chaplain, died Feb. 9 of a heart attack at Union Memorial Hospital. He was 78. The son of a Coca-Cola public relations director and a seamstress, Edward Thomas Hill was born in Baltimore...
  • The dark side of Super Bowl ads

    The Ravens and 49ers will be the main attractions for today's Super Bowl. But many of us will also eagerly take in the clever, witty, emotional or otherwise notable commercials on what is the biggest advertising day of the year. And we can be sure...
  • Coca-Cola Freestyle Happy Hours

     
    Baltimore City still doesn't have a Coca-Cola Freestyle® machine*. There's one at the Wegman's up in Hunt Valley. And a new one is headed to a Roy Rogers on Route 40 (1204 E. Patrick St.) in Frederick.From the press release:Beginning......
  • Top Ten frightening state fair foods

     
    The idea for this week's list comes from Owl Meat Gravy, who reminded me that it is the time of year for "disgusting fried state fair food." The Howard County Fair opened its week-long run Saturday. The Maryland State Fair......
  • In 'socialized medicine,' a man wouldn't rob a bank to get health care

    In 'socialized medicine,' a man wouldn't rob a bank to get health care
    I pay my taxes. I will not offend your intelligence by pretending to enjoy it. Writing that check is about as enjoyable as a chain-saw root canal. But I don't resent it, either. I pay my taxes because this is how we the people pay for things we deem...
  • Review: G. Love gives a sunny performance at Artscape

    Review: G. Love gives a sunny performance at Artscape
    When Garrett "G. Love" Dutton walked onstage and greeted the Artscape audience with "What's up, Baltimore," it was 8:15 p.m. but the sun was still shining bright. Before long, the sun had set, and Dutton and his band were ready to party until the 10 p.m....
  • New elementary school site in Elkridge draws criticism

    A new site for a proposed elementary school in the Elkridge area, selected after the school system's first choice was dropped because it was too close to a proposed railway facility, ran into objections of its own at a county Board of Education hearing...
  • Board approves new Elkridge site for elementary school

    While Elkridge community members are praising the county board of education's decision to build an elementary school farther from a proposed railway facility than originally planned, some are concerned the new school won't do enough to ease overcrowding...
  • Howard school board approves Elkridge elementary school design

    While the county Board of Education still hasn't decided whether to build a new elementary school on a site near a proposed CSX Corp. transportation facility in Elkridge, members did approve a school design that could be used on several different types of...
  • 'Hon' has a long cultural, not commercial, history here

    I have read with great curiosity the news articles and corresponding commentaries regarding Denise Whiting's business practices and particularly her management of the HonFest, which she also is a principal. Denise Whiting, who owns Caf├ę Hon, has, as you...
  • Worker killed at Coca-Cola plant in E. Baltimore identified

    Investigators identified Friday the employee killed at the Coca-Cola bottling plant in East Baltimore. Joshua Cunningham, a contract worker, died Wednesday when a trailer fell on him, officials said. The Chase resident was 28. The accident occurred...