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  • Northrop Grumman pins Navy contract strategy on Linthicum facility

    Northrop Grumman pins Navy contract strategy on Linthicum facility
    The specter of federal budget reductions has meant hundreds of jobs lost at Northrop Grumman Corp. in Maryland, but as the defense contractor vies to build a key Navy radar system, that same cost-cutting pressure could boost the importance of Northrop's...
  • No one injured in fire at vacant building on West Franklin Street

    No one injured in fire at vacant building on West Franklin Street
    Baltimore City fire officials say no one was injured in a blaze at a vacant house on West Franklin Street in the city late Saturday night. Firefighters responded to the house around 11:55 p.m. Saturday night, officials said. Upon arrival, companies...
  • Pages from the Past: Tugboat owner presents gift for construction of seminary

    An article in the Jan. 11, 1913, edition of The Argus announced a generous gift to an area seminary that will be used for the construction of a chapel on the Maiden Choice Lane campus. A gift of $40,000 promised to St. Charles' College near...
  • Virginia proposal complicates Maryland's gas tax debate

    Virginia proposal complicates Maryland's gas tax debate
    The governor of Virginia has thrown a new wrinkle into a Maryland debate by calling for abolition of the commonwealth's gas tax and increasing the sales tax to pay for roads and transit – a move that would alter the competitive balance between the...
  • Harford had four fatal fires in 2012, one more than 2011

    Harford had four fatal fires in 2012, one more than 2011
    Despite a historical low in fire fatalities statewide, four Harford County residents died in fires this past year, up slightly from the two previous years. The county lost three people in fires in 2011 as well as 2010, Deputy State Fire Marshal Bruce...
  • Crafting a seat at history's table

    Crafting a seat at history's table
    White marble has stood as a Baltimore icon for decades, primarily as rowhouse steps, the preferred gathering place for residents in many neighborhoods. The marble also served as the street-level fašade for a number of downtown buildings, greeting...
  • No Tipsy?Taxi! on New Year's Eve in Baltimore

    No Tipsy?Taxi! on New Year's Eve in Baltimore
    Although the program's suspension was announced in July, AAA Mid-Atlantic would like to remind Marylanders that the free Tipsy?Taxi! service will not run this New Year's Eve, says Public and Government Affairs Manager Ragina C. Averella. The last Tipsy?...
  • J. Dennis Carper, marina owner

    J. Dennis Carper, marina owner
    J. Dennis Carper, a Baltimore County marina owner and yacht builder who was a decorated World War II veteran, died of stroke and dementia complications Dec. 25 at his Essex home. He was 91. Born near New Castle, Va., he worked on the family farm at...
  • Port officials looking to replace Pride

    Port officials looking to replace Pride
    Still smarting from news that half of Baltimore's lucrative cruise business is headed south next year, the state's ports chief said Friday that officials are already working on replacing the Carnival Pride. Carnival Cruise Lines announced Thursday...
  • Maryland company provides camera views from challenging places

    Maryland company provides camera views from challenging places
    When Nik Wallenda attempts to traverse the Grand Canyon some 1,500 feet above the Little Colorado River on Sunday, those watching on television will benefit from the technical expertise of a Maryland-based company that will outfit the 34-year-old self-...
  • Companies back STEM efforts as Maryland seeks to revamp science education

    Companies back STEM efforts as Maryland seeks to revamp science education
    Students across Maryland would see revamped science classes under curriculum standards the state school board will consider Tuesday — part of a broader effort by educators, researchers and businesses to kindle innovation in children well before they...
  • East Monument Street reopens after $7 million sinkhole repair

    East Monument Street reopens after $7 million sinkhole repair
    City officials on Wednesday removed orange construction cones and barrels from two blocks of East Monument Street that had been swallowed by a huge sinkhole this summer, unveiled an "Open for Business" sign on a lamppost and marked the end of a five-...