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  • 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...
  • Investigation continues into animal deaths

    Police have found the woman they believe was taking care of the 40 dead animals pulled last week from an east Columbia home, locating her at another house in Columbia with a large number of animals. "We did go inside," said Elizabeth Schroen, spokeswoman...
  • Boston mayor had defused racial tensions

    Boston mayor had defused racial tensions
    Former Boston Mayor Kevin Hagan White, who steered the city through the racial storm caused by court-ordered school desegregation and is credited with giving political access to blacks, women and gays, died late last month at his Beacon Hill home. White,...
  • 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,"...
  • Baltimore police ID man killed on Christmas Eve

    City police have identified the man who was fatally shot on Christmas Eve in Cherry Hill.  Damond Wallace, 30, was found at about 11 p.m. in the 2700 block of Giles Rd. suffering from gunshot wounds to his head, torso and arm. He was taken to an area...
  • 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.,...
  • Sinclair buys Four Points Media TV stations for $200 million

    Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. has finalized a planned purchase of Four Points Media for $200 million, the Hunt Valley-based broadcaster said Tuesday. Sinclair financed the acquisition of Four Points' television stations with a $180 million loan plus...
  • Clarksville: River Hill High winter band concert is set for Jan. 13

    You are invited to join friends and neighbors for the River Hill High School winter band concert Friday, Jan. 13 at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium. The concert will feature the River Hill symphonic band, wind ensemble and percussion Ensemble with special...
  • MASN or not, Bordick likely to have expanded role with Orioles

    MASN or not, Bordick likely to have expanded role with Orioles
    Before former Orioles shortstop Mike Bordick began talking with MASN about becoming a color analyst for 2012, he was already in line for expanded duties within the Orioles organization. And that likely won’t change even if Bordick is hired by the...
  • Dorothy E. Brunson, radio station owner, dies

    Dorothy E. Brunson, radio station owner, dies
    Dorothy E. Brunson, who became the first African-American woman in the nation to own a radio station when she bought WEBB-AM in Baltimore, died Sunday of complications from ovarian cancer at Mercy Medical Center. The Northwest Baltimore resident was 72....
  • Hobbs designing a course for her future on HGTV

    Hobbs designing a course for her future on HGTV
    When she was 12 years old, Cathy Hobbs would hop in the passenger seat of her mother's brown Cadillac Coupe de Ville and deliver the Columbia Flier. Last week, Hobbs returned to Columbia with a different job: to teach a home staging certification course....
  • Dixon voices regret for city's 'ordeal'

    Mayor Sheila Dixon said on Thursday that she felt deep regret for the "ordeal" her just-concluded criminal trial inflicted on Baltimore, but did not apologize for embezzling gift cards intended for the needy. Reading a 64-second prepared statement, Dixon...