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As a longtime Federal Hill business owner, Penny Troutner cheered the passage of Maryland's same-sex marriage law. Not only does the owner of Light Street Cycles believe it's a matter of fairness, she believes it's good for business. That goes for...
It started here in Timonium, and ended up at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Twenty-five-year-old Towson University graduate Stephanie Bowen, who won the recent Voice of Baltimore contest at Padonia Station, in Timonium, was tapped to sing the national...
Families are still reeling after a tornado hit the Fallston area last Friday. While some managed to come out of the storm unscathed, others, such as Keith Matthews, weren't as lucky. Matthews suffered multiple injuries when a building collapsed on him....
Tags: Natural Disasters, Coma, Tornadoes
As the Ravens drove toward the playoffs, Barbra Skarzynski wanted to buy her son a team jersey as a Christmas gift. She searched Google for Lardarius Webb gear, quickly found a site that billed itself as an official store of the Ravens, and bought a...
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A website that helps people rent their tools to make money and another that offers a low-cost way for diagnosing causes of fevers were the top two winners of the TowsonGlobal business plan competition yesterday, the university announced. The first place...
Think Pink: that's what the banners up and down Main Street are telling you these days. Why? Because the historic district is the hub for many events planned for this year's Cherrybration Celebration, an annual event that supports the work of the...
Tags: Tour Operations Industry, Ellicott City, Patapsco, Cancer, Arts
The High Point Enterprise, N.C.Carolina Field of Honor has become a labor of love for Jim Burgio. Now with another Memorial Day approaching, he and other supporters of the memorial at Triad Park are eagerly awaiting the start of construction that could lead to a 2014 dedication....
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterImperial County firefighters responded to a brush fire north of Holtville at the intersection of the Highline Canal and Hartshorn Road at 8 a.m. Sunday. It burned about 10 acres, said Capt. Charlie Seaman, and took a little more than four hours to put...
Tags: Craigslist, Inc.
The Lebanon Daily StarThe online commerce market in Lebanon is still woefully underdeveloped compared to other countries in the region, most notably the Gulf, but all that might be about to change. Saudi Arabia's third most popular e-commerce website, online fashion retailer...
The Philadelphia InquirerThe hottest new trend in Silicon Valley isn't inventing a gadget, developing an app, or investing in an IPO. It's giving to the governor of New Jersey. Gov. Christie has collected $289,150 from those involved in California's technology industry, an...
Tags: Finance, LinkedIn Corp., Nancy Pelosi, Reid Hoffman, Google Inc.
The New America of George Packer's ambitious history, "The Unwinding," is a morally compromised patchwork of failed institutions, Ponzi schemes, bankruptcies, foreclosures, ignorance and fear. But it is also a country where idealism still exists, and...
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