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  • Dennis Hill, longtime city police spokesman, dies

    Dennis Hill, longtime city police spokesman, dies
    Dennis S. Hill, a former Baltimore City Police Department spokesman known for his mellow voice, authoritative presence and accessibility to the media, died Saturday of heart disease at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Forest Hill resident was 71. In...
  • Morse Road residents try to stop construction of oil storage tank farm [50 years ago]

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, August 15, 1963: Residents of Morse Road in Western Harford County filed suit in Circuit Court against the Colonial Oil Company and the County Board of Zoning Appeals to stop construction of an oil...
  • WBAL-TV hires Texas weathercaster as John Collins replacement

    WBAL-TV hires Texas weathercaster as John Collins replacement
    Miri Marshall, a weathercaster at KCEN-TV in central Texas, will join WBAL-TV Aug. 22, as part of the station's weather team, general manager Dan Joerres said Tuesday. Marshall fills a role that became vacant when meterologist John Collins retired as...
  • State settles condemnation case with Maryland Green Marble

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, May 9, 1963: One of the longest condemnation cases ever heard in the Harford County Circuit Court was settled. The Maryland Green Marble Corporation of Cardiff signed an option with the State Roads...
  • Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, O'Malley make Carnegie Hall appearance

    Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, O'Malley make Carnegie Hall appearance
    NEW YORK -- Carnegie Hall put out the purple Monday night to welcome the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for the opening of Spring For Music, a week-long festival showcasing American orchestras playing adventurous programs. Ravens-colored cloths adorned...
  • Maryland gun-control opponents won't seek referendum

    Maryland gun-control opponents won't seek referendum
    Opponents of Maryland's tough new gun-control law said Wednesday that they will not seek to petition it to referendum and instead will back a lawsuit planned by the National Rifle Association. "This is a constitutional right that should not go to the...
  • WTMD's First Thursdays concert series continues to grow

    WTMD's First Thursdays concert series continues to grow
    Need a reminder of how lucky Baltimore music lovers are sometimes? Just pull out a calendar. Between May and September, thousands gather in West Mount Vernon Park to see rising bands, sip local beer and generally have a good time in the sun. Add the...
  • Looking for a solution to mounting media confusion and misinformation

    One of the driving principles in the live and late-breaking world of TV news is to just keep moving on. Don’t dwell too long on yesterday’s mistakes, or you’ll miss today’s big story. But the mistakes made by social media and...
  • O.J. Brigance weighs in on fired radio hosts who ridiculed Steve Gleason

    O.J. Brigance weighs in on fired radio hosts who ridiculed Steve Gleason
    O.J. Brigance and Steve Gleason are brothers in arms in the fight against amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Both are retired NFL players who are battling the debilitating motor neuron and muscle disease that has no known cure and is commonly referred to as...
  • Carroll moves closer to updating radio technology

    The radio system that serves Carroll County fire, rescue, and emergency medical services as well as law enforcement agencies is not in danger of suddenly failing, but the availability of parts to repair equipment could soon become scarce. The Board of...
  • Radio Reading Network director finds joy, purpose, through the air

    Radio Reading Network director finds joy, purpose, through the air
    As far back as Robert Lewis can remember, he has been fascinated by what he heard on the radio — he would even sneak a receiver under his pillow when he was younger so he could listen to music late at night. Decades later, he's still feeling that...
  • Sinclair will acquire Fisher Communications for $373.3 million

    Sinclair will acquire Fisher Communications for $373.3 million
    Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc.'s shopping spree continued Thursday with the announcement of a $373.3 million deal that extends its television reach to a third of U.S. viewing households. Sinclair will gain 20 additional stations in eight markets by...