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  • Perry Hall musician keeps Zim Zemarel's Big Band sound alive

     Perry Hall musician keeps Zim Zemarel's Big Band sound alive
    It takes a Big Band sound to battle the disco, punk, thrash rock, heavy metal and country-pop now dominating national soundtracks. But that's exactly what the Zim Zemarel Band has done in the greater Baltimore area for the better part of 50 years. And...
  • Police investigate Charles Village stabbing

    Baltimore police confirmed that they are investigating a stabbing of a Charles Village man by an intruder who broke into the victim's apartment Tuesday night. According to a report, the 25-year-old victim and his girlfriend were awakened by his barking...
  • Renold B. Smith

    Renold B. Smith
    1. Please describe your educational and professional background and how it has prepared you to serve as council president. I am a 1968 graduate of Douglass High School (Baltimore City School System). I also attended Coppin State College for three (3)...
  • Sinclair agrees to buy 7 TV stations for $200 million

    Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. has agreed to buy the television station assets of Four Points Media for $200 million, the Hunt Valley-based broadcaster said Thursday. Sinclair will buy the seven stations — which television holding company Four...
  • Sexual encounter leads to J.V. football forfeit

    A sexual encounter involving a girl and several members of a Baltimore County junior varsity boys football team has led to the cancellation of the team's Friday game and concern among parents, a school district official said Thursday. The incident &#...
  • Preview of PBS film on 'War of 1812' in Baltimore Monday night

    Preview of PBS film on 'War of 1812' in Baltimore Monday night
    A preview of "The War of 1812," a documentary scheduled to debut on PBS next month, will be held in Baltimore Monday night at Landmark Theatres Harbor East Cinema. The film, is produced by WNED-TV, a public television station in Buffalo, and Florentine...
  • Phillips Seafood to make "major announcement" Tuesday at Power Plant ribbon cutting

    Phillips Seafood to make "major announcement" Tuesday at Power Plant ribbon cutting
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is scheduled to join Steve Phillips, president and CEO of Phillips Foods and Seafood Restaurants, and developer David Cordish at a Tuesday afternoon ribbon-cutting for the new Phillips Seafood Restaurant at the Power Plant....
  • Drive-by shooting unnerves Woodberry resident

    Whoever fired into Dave Gilmore's Woodberry home early Sunday morning had the wrong address. But how can the non-profit manager be sure the shooters know that, he wonders? How does he know that they won't come back? When Gilmore heard the loud pop from...
  • Mayor calls Occupy Baltimore eviction 'respectful'

    Mayor calls Occupy Baltimore eviction 'respectful'
    The eviction of Occupy Baltimore protesters from a park near the Inner Harbor was carried out "in a respectful way," Baltimore's mayor said this morning, adding that she was pleased there were no injuries or arrests. "It certainly wasn't going to go on...
  • Sinclair and Verizon reach deal: Subscribers will continue to get WBFF, WNUV

    Sinclair and Verizon reach deal: Subscribers will continue to get WBFF, WNUV
    Verizon and Sinclair Broadcast Group have reached an agreement, according to Bill Fanshawe, general manager of Baltimore's WBFF and WNUV television stations. WBFF is owned and WNUV is managed by the Hunt Valley based broadcaster. "We have settled,"...
  • Video of man beaten, stripped prompting anger on Internet

    Video of man beaten, stripped prompting anger on Internet
    A deeper look into this case and the law enforcement issues related to it appeared in Thursday's newspaper. Click here for that article.  There can, in fact, be a corrective mechanism when it comes to the mob mentality of the Internet.  This week, a...
  • Glenn H. Lahman

    Glenn H. Lahman
    Glenn H. Lahman, a pioneering television broadcast chief engineer who never lost his affection for old tube radios, died of cancer Oct. 10 at his Annapolis home. He was 86. Born in Bucyrus, Ohio, he left a farming community for the Valparaiso, Ind.,...