| Oct 11, 2012
| 5:04 PM
Clarence M. Mitchell III, who helped steer a sweeping desegregation measure through the General Assembly, died Thursday of cancer at Seasons Hospice at the Northwest Hospital Center. He was 72.
Mr. Mitchell became the nation's youngest black legislator...
| Jun 5, 2012
| 9:33 AM
The dancing days are over at Milan. The Little Italy establishment is now prohibited from allowing or providing live entertainment, including disc jockeys, on its premises.
The May 31 decision was made in the District Court of Maryland for Baltimore City...
| Jun 6, 2012
| 8:02 AM
Dave Durian, a fixture on Baltimore radio for more than 22 years, is stepping down as anchor of WBAL's morning drive-time news program effective Aug. 31, he told listeners Wednesday during his show. He has been with the 50,000-watt station since 1988....
| Jun 5, 2012
| 1:21 PM
It's been a cathartic 12 months for Denise Whiting. She gave up her frowned-upon 'Hon' trademark, and apologized publicly for thinking that she could own a common term of endearment.
She cried on national television, as the celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay,...
| Jun 19, 2012
| 7:22 AM
Though she's miles up the East Coast, former Baltimore sports reporter Jen Royle's bad feelings for Baltimore seem fresh as ever.
Royle, a radio personality left WJZ-FM (105.7 The Fan) after Ravens season to return to Boston, her hometown. That...
| Jun 21, 2012
| 1:37 PM
CBS Thursday announced the launch of a national sports radio network that will include two stations in Baltimore and looks to seriously challenge ESPN dominance of the sports-talk airwaves.
The CBS action, which includes Cumulus Media, another...
| Jun 26, 2012
| 10:00 AM
Ravens running back Ray Rice was drafted a round after quarterback Joe Flacco in 2008, and both are hoping to get long-term extensions from the Ravens. Rice recently appeared on 790 The Zone in Atlanta, and while he didn’t say much about his...
| Jun 26, 2012
| 1:23 PM
Patti Brazier, who lives in Fallston, aptly described the traffic situation at the triangle formed by Routes 1, 147 and 152 as horrendous. Especially at commuting times it is an area worth avoiding, but not easily avoided. It is, after all, at the...
| Jun 27, 2012
| 1:00 PM
We know we have finally reached the only true downtime of the NFL offseason -- once a period of months that has now shrunk to a few weeks, if that -- when the play of Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has become a topic of discussion nationally. Remember...
| Jun 28, 2012
| 8:33 PM
The Greater Towson Committee's annual meeting, held Thursday, June 28, served as an appropriate end to the tenure of outgoing Executive Director Cindy Bledsoe.
The meeting, which served as a farewell to Bledsoe after seven years of leading the Towson...
| Jul 3, 2012
| 7:15 PM
For those who enjoy listening to R&B, jazz, gospel and other music recorded mainly by African-American musicians, being able to find it in numerous places along the radio dial is something we take for granted these days. Some of my young nieces and...
| Jul 9, 2012
| 2:13 PM
Ronald A. Stratton, who boosted ratings and transformed radio stations he managed, died of complications from a stroke June 29 at Madonna Heritage Assisted Living in Jarrettsville. He was 72 and lived in Red Lion, Pa.
Born in Detroit, he broke into...