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The day before he got the phone call that he had been anticipating for months, LaQuan Williams' patience, tried and tested throughout his football-playing life, had just about run out. He was holding a part-time job at a Sherwin-Williams store in...
During the summer of 1988, I was the guy who spray-painted house numbers on the curb. I'd spent June working the graveyard shift at UPS. After two summers of toiling for minimum wage — when minimum wage paid less than vagrancy — UPS offered...
Sparrows Point has shut down steelmaking operations as the Baltimore County plant struggles to pay its bills and win back customers, workers said Friday. Elizabeth "Bette" Kovach, a spokeswoman for Sparrows Point owner RG Steel, did not return several...
When I started covering architecture and interior design back in the late 1990s, interviews with homeowners and designers about their projects inevitably turned to manila folders or three-ring binders thick with fabric swatches, torn-out magazine pages,...
Thinking of renovating? You may get inspiration from this year's Decorator Show House, a sprawling seven-bedroom, 8,000-square-foot Dutch Colonial home, with each room decorated by a different area designer. Last week, just days before the house, known...
The following is compiled from local police reports. Our policy is to include descriptions when there is enough information to make identification possible. If you have information about these crimes, call the Wilkens Precinct at 410-887-0872....
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The Sherwin-Williams Co. has agreed to pay $570,000 to settle alleged hazardous-waste violations at its southwest Baltimore paint plant, the Environmental Protection Agency announced Tuesday. EPA cited the Cleveland-based company for illegally storing...
A steady snap of beer cans being opened punctuated the air as members of the Baltimore Rock Opera Society gathered earlier this week to rehearse — this volunteer, do-it-yourself ensemble runs on beer. They may need a few more cases, given the...
Tags: Theater, Music, Homes, Opera (genre), Music Theater
Sun StaffAlmost everyone who has studied the predicament confronting the managers of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. agrees that Martha Stewart should leave for her company to have its best chance to survive. But the cure could kill the patient, and it's...
Fortune 500 paint company Sherwin-Williams Co. will spend $2.4 billion, including debt, to buy Mexican paint business Consorcio Comex as the real estate market shows signs of improvement. The all-cash transaction will combine the operations of the...
Tags: Mexico City, Homes, China, Real Estate Buyers, Realty
The Aberdeen City Council will meet in regular session at 5:30 p.m. Monday in the courtroom on the third floor of the Municipal Building, 123 S. Lincoln St. The agenda items for Monday include: Wine license: Application for retail on-off sale wine...
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