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Sun ReporterA Neighborhood Abandoned Part 2 Eric Booker was asleep in his grandparents' house in East Baltimore when his grandfather, Frederick Booker, came to him in a dream. "I need you to take care of Granny," the dying old man told him. The next day, Eric...
THE PROBLEM: Had a Canton curb been painted illegally? THE BACK STORY: Gary Brukiewa didn't know what to think. A curb on Fait Avenue just east of a driveway into a Rite Aid parking lot had been painted yellow, and Brukiewa wasn't sure whether that was...
Special to the SunIn Upper Falls, it's not hard to find people such as Louise "Pete" Clarke, the owner for the past 40 years of the neighborhood antique shop Pete's Pickins. Clarke's grandfather lived in Upper Falls; her father was born there, and so was she. "I've lived...
Sun StaffOne of the first U.S. casualties of the Iraqi war was a 29-year-old Marine from Northeast Baltimore who joined the corps out of high school and leaves behind a wife and young son and a grieving family that mourns his loss while questioning the necessity...
Times Staff WritersWorldCom Inc., the long-distance giant already embroiled in scandal, disclosed Tuesday that it substantially inflated profit for more than a year by improperly accounting for more than $3.9 billion in routine expenses, a revelation expected to force the...
Special to The SunFor many people, the most important aspect of keeping a neighborhood vibrant lies in its ability to attract new residents. And that's just what Parkville in Baltimore County is doing. "It's a very stable community, middle-class, neat and clean and very,...
Special to SunSpotLatecomers will be flipping burgers. While there are plenty of summer jobs to be had in the region, the preferred positions go early. "In the summer, everybody wants to have a fun job," said Karen Geary, vice president and general manager of The Mall in...
Special to the SunIt's a stately, traditional neighborhood with a decidedly untraditional twist. "I see a different color hair walking outside my windows every day," said Bolton Hill resident David Hart when talking about the numerous art students who call the area home...
Special to the SunSo by now everyone knows the hot areas of the city -- Federal Hill, Fells Point, Canton, Mount Washington -- and the list continues to grow. But bargain hunters and trendsetters know that before an area is declared "a happening," it usually starts out...
Sun Journal, Lewiston, MaineMembers of the new citizens' activist group, Save Rumford, ran afoul of state law and town officials on Wednesday while protesting the proposed municipal budget outside Town Hall. The morning's peaceful leafleting and picketing effort by the group,...
The Patriot-NewsThe Hershey Co. and Rite Aid have once again secured positions on the Fortune 500 listing of America's biggest businesses. They are the only two companies based in the Harrisburg region to make the annual listing. Rite Aid, based in East Pennsboro...
If your insurance has ever stopped covering a prescription drug or you don’t have coverage at all, you know how quickly costs can mount. Americans spent, on average, $758 out of pocket for medication in 2012, according to a recent Consumer Reports...
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