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For the first time in 16 years, the directors of the Baltimore Development Corp. met Thursday without M.J. "Jay" Brodie at the helm of the city's influential, quasi-public economic development arm. The BDC's acting president, Kimberly A. Clark, who has...
Marshall Klein, fourth-generation scion of the Klein's grocery store family, is proud of the sweet potato pies stacked near the entrance to his newest supermarket, ShopRite of Perring Crossing in Parkville. "We steam the potatoes ourselves," and on a...
More than a third of Baltimore neighborhoods don't have ready access to healthy foods, leaving one in five residents to rely on high-fat, high-calorie meals from corner stores and carryout restaurants, a new assessment shows. City, academic and nonprofit...
Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Alexander Isaac Brown, 49, who has addresses in the 200 block of Engle Avenue and the first block of Norman Avenue, was arrested on a bench warrant Thursday in a case in...
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A faded sign above the former Howard Park Super Pride store was gently lifted off the dilapidated vacant building with a crane Saturday, marking the start of construction of a new, long-awaited supermarket in the city. The Howard Park neighborhood, which...
Since its last movie screening in 1968, the historic Ambassador Theater in Howard Park has been a cosmetology school, a dance hall and a Baptist church — and in recent years a vacant shell. The Baltimore neighborhood's hopes for revitalization of...
pix11.com | @pix11marioWhen it comes to meats, Frank Bonsangue is one of the best. However, you won't get it out of him, "I would say I'm a little bit of an expert. Just a little bit." Bonsangue is a third generation butcher. Fresh off the boat from Sicily, his grandfather...
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State Legislature: 2012 Session Opens With Malloy Proposing Education Reform, Pension Funding ChangesThe Hartford CourantHARTFORD — Gov.Dannel P. Malloyopened the 2012 legislative session Wednesday with plans for education reform, pension funding changes and the largest increase in funding for affordable housing since Gov. William A. O'Neill was in office more than 20...
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The Hartford CourantValentine's Day is just ahead. Don't be a stupid Cupid and overspend on cards, roses, chocolates and gifts. Shower your sweetie with love for less with these red hot deals. At the newly opened The Fresh Market in Avon, roses are $15 a dozen. Starting...
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A neighborhood meeting in Northwest Baltimore to discuss a new supermarket opened with soft organ music and bowed heads, demonstrating the importance of such a facility to a community that has done without one for more than a decade. "We pray this...
Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Connie J. Bleinberger, 52, of the 2900 block of Shelley Court, was charged Sunday with second-degree assault. Jaclyn Nicole Cook, 27, of the 400 block of South Philadelphia...
Most of the power outages that had shuttered businesses and affected Harford County government buildings along much of Main Street in Bel Air, as well as some surrounding residential neighborhoods, had been eliminated by Tuesday morning. Though Main...
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