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  • Public meetings for Patterson Park input canceled

    A series of public meetings for Baltimore residents to voice their concerns about preliminary plans to add more parking and an access road to Patterson Park have been canceled, according to city officials. The decision comes two days after the first...
  • A life lesson in mayor's reversal on park

    I know stating the obvious is not usually print-worthy, but did I just see Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake do a complete flip-flop and try in the open to get away with it ("Rawlings-Blake calls for park study group," Oct. 3)? Her "my way or the highway"...
  • John Harbaugh says New England Patriots' Super Bowl titles are 'stained'

    John Harbaugh says New England Patriots' Super Bowl titles are 'stained'
    Ravens coach John Harbaugh clarified comments he made on a local radio station Tuesday in which he said that Super Bowl championships won by the New England Patriots were "stained" and have "asterisks" because of the Spygate scandal in 2007. Those...
  • Designer's dream emerges from Lutherville carriage house

    Designer's dream emerges from Lutherville carriage house
    Standing in the driveway of Arleen Dvorine's Lutherville property, it is clear she has successfully realized her dream of converting an old carriage house into an office and home. The 240-year-old, one-story structure served as the stable for the long-...
  • Giants, Patriots fans anxiously watch rematch

    Giants, Patriots fans anxiously watch rematch
    Weeks before the start of the NFL season, a small group of New York Giants fans approached the new owner of the Canton bar the Americana: Could they make it their hangout? Owner Alex van Breukelen is a Long Island native and the son of a man devoted to...
  • Jarrettsville honors 70-year active member

    Jarrettsville honors 70-year active member
    One Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company member received a first-time award Saturday evening at the company's annual banquet. The banquet, which celebrated 82 years of the fire company, was dedicated to longtime member Charles Edwin "Bunk" Grimmel Sr.,...
  • Raymond Berry's 'Super' Walk

    Raymond Berry's 'Super' Walk
    As he carried the Lombardi Trophy to midfield after the Super Bowl Sunday, past a double row of giddy and groping New York Giants, Raymond Berry felt their glee. "They (players) were in another world," said Berry, 78. "As I watched them touch the trophy,...
  • Baltimore City ethics disclosures show disparity in reporting gifts

    Baltimore City ethics disclosures show disparity in reporting gifts
    While many governments are moving toward posting ethics disclosure forms, residents of Baltimore still have to travel to City Hall and to a sixth-floor office to see the documents. To save you a trip, we're posting those forms from Mayor Stephanie...
  • Baltimore homeowner almost ends up in tax sale after city loses check

    Kristina Suson's home wasn't part of the city's tax sale Monday, but it was a close call. Baltimore places liens on properties for unpaid property taxes, water bills and other municipal debts, then puts the liens up for auction every spring —...
  • Centennial High School

    Centennial High School
    Alexa Courtney Abee, Erin Elizabeth Adams, Ethan Mikhail Adams, Frederik William-Baden Agvald, Taha Etezaz Ahmed, Eray Kadir Akbas, Sandia Yun Akhtar, Edidiong Nathan Akpan, Giancarlo Michael Albano, Nadah A. Ali, Jason Robert Allen, Guru Ram Ambalavanar,...
  • For Finchem, 4 more years

    Back when PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem turned 60, conventional wisdom suggested he would navigate one more difficult TV negotiation before leaving the enterprise for one of his deputies. That was four years ago. The TV deals — a surprising...
  • Baltimore takes first step toward setting storm-water fee

    Facing federal and state mandates to reduce pollution washing off its streets and alleys, Baltimore city is taking the first step toward imposing a fee on residents or property owners to pay for controlling its tainted storm-water runoff. City Council...