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  • Leave Patterson Park alone

    I don't live near Patterson Park, but I certainly appreciate the area. That green oasis is one of the loveliest in the city. It's appalling anyone would want to build close to 100 parking spaces and a paved road in the middle of it ("Residents irate at...
  • Better: Getting grilled on the finer points of barbecue etiquette

    If what I've read and seen on TV is true, barbecue competitions are brutal, gladiator-like contests. You'll never catch me entering one. First of all, I get enough of standing over a hot stove indoors, thank you. Secondly, most of the contestants seem...
  • Diving: Forest Hill splits meets; North St. John's takes two

    Two days after losing to North St. John's, 58-23, Forest Hill defeated Five Oaks, 49-37. Forest Hill results: Five Oaks meet: 6-UB: 1. Patrick Conron, 29.40; 2. Stephen Brunner, 22.80. 8-UB: 1. Christopher Ward, 55.30; 2. Ryan Stewart, 51.30; 5....
  • Digest: Navy to face Arizona State in Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl

    Digest: Navy to face Arizona State in Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl
    College football Navy to face Arizona State in Kraft Bowl Navy and Arizona State will meet for the first time at the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl on Dec. 29 at AT&T Park in San Francisco, it was announced Sunday. The game will begin at 4 p.m. and be...
  • Baltimore homes condemned just before Thanksgiving

    Falita Liles marked Thanksgiving eve by inviting some of her best friends to what could be grimly described as a condemnation party. The Upper Fells Point resident hauled possessions out of her tiny historic rowhouse Wednesday, after a city inspector...
  • DeWees center seeks funding for renovations

    The DeWees Recreation Center, in Baltimore's Govans neighborhood, is one of the oldest in the city, and it's showing its age. "It's really in need of repair," said Sandi McFadden, community leader with the group Friends of the DeWees and secretary of...
  • Sally Ride had the cool to break the barriers

    Sally Ride had the cool to break the barriers
    Sally Ride had the coolest name. Perfect for the first American woman in space. On that day in 1983 when she shattered the ultimate glass ceiling aboard the shuttle Challenger, many in the crowd of a quarter-million people watching the launch — a...
  • City council approves bill requiring more audits

    The Baltimore City Council gave final approval Monday to a scaled-down version of a bill to require regular audits of major city agencies, some of which have not had a detailed financial review for more than a decade. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake...
  • City Council gives preliminary approval to Harbor Point tax break

    City Council gives preliminary approval to Harbor Point tax break
    The Baltimore City Council gave preliminary approval on Monday to a proposal for a decade of tax breaks for Harbor Point, the future home of Exelon Corp.'s Baltimore headquarters. Two council members, Nick Mosby and Carl Stokes, voted against including...
  • Baltimore City towing contracts awarded for $1.8 million

    Baltimore officials awarded $1.8 million in contracts for the city's lucrative towing business on Wednesday, ending a practice that had allowed a small circle of companies to bypass the city's competitive bidding system for decades. City Councilman...
  • Council discards cuts, approves mayor's budget plan

    Council discards cuts, approves mayor's budget plan
    The Baltimore City Council reversed course Thursday, rejecting millions of dollars in budget cuts it had endorsed earlier in the week, and passing Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's original $2.3 billion spending plan. The abrupt shift derailed $6...
  • Tax credit errors spur calls for audits

    City and state lawmakers called Monday for stepped-up scrutiny of property tax credit programs in Baltimore, after a Baltimore Sun investigation found that chronic errors have cost the city millions of dollars in lost revenue, despite warnings...