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  • 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...
  • Train garden in Arbutus car repair shop opens for 15th year

    Train garden in Arbutus car repair shop opens for 15th year
    Their tools are sharp blades and screwdrivers, in addition to paint brushes. But the work of Charlie Richter and Mike Kraft that went officially go on display Nov. 25 in the Leeds Avenue showroom of Arbutus Auto Painting and Bodyworks could be...
  • Hundreds of residents sound off against Patterson Park parking plans

    Hundreds of residents sound off against Patterson Park parking plans
    Hundreds of Baltimore residents voiced strong opposition to a preliminary plan to add more parking spaces and an access road to Patterson Park during a community meeting there Monday night — at times shouting down city officials trying to explain...
  • Rawlings-Blake to create 'working group' to study Patterson Park's future

    Rawlings-Blake to create 'working group' to study Patterson Park's future
    A day after hundreds of Baltimore residents voiced strong opposition to a preliminary plan to add more parking spaces and an access road to Patterson Park, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said Tuesday that she was creating a “working group”...
  • Mayor calls for working group to study Patterson Park master plan

    A day after hundreds of Baltimore residents voiced strong opposition to a preliminary plan to add more parking spaces and an access road to Patterson Park, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said Tuesday that she was creating a "working group" to study the...
  • 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-...
  • Ship delivers largest sugar cargo ever to Domino plant

    Ship delivers largest sugar cargo ever to Domino plant
    With the wind whipping granules through the sweet-smelling air, Monday could have been just another day on the Domino Sugars docks in South Baltimore. But workers in orange coveralls unloading raw sugar from a massive cargo ship were making company...
  • Who are best, worst owners in the NFL?

    Packers' many, Bengals Ron Fritz Baltimore Sun The best owners in the NFL? How about the 110,000 or so of the Green Bay Packers. The only publicly owned franchise, the Packers somehow find a way to keep that many shareholders happy and in agreement...
  • Police concede failures in curtailing Canton drinking

    Police concede failures in curtailing Canton drinking
    Baltimore police conceded on Tuesday that officers inappropriately allowed hundreds of St. Patrick's Dayrevelers to turn Canton's public square into an unsanctioned outdoor beer garden, but authorities also pleaded for people to party responsibly. The...
  • City seeks competitive bids for towing

    Baltimore officials are seeking to award contracts for the city's lucrative towing business, closing a loophole that allowed a small circle of companies to dominate the $4 million-a-year industry while bypassing the city's competitive bidding system. For...
  • Harford Tech team takes bronze

    Members of the Harford Tech FFA Chapter formed one of 29 teams participating in the National FFA Food Science and Technology Career Development Event. The event was held in conjunction with the 84th National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Ind. The...