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Dan Rodricks states that it is likely that due to a recent federal court decision Marylanders will be able to carry weapons legally ("Adapting to the newest form of gun insanity," July 24). If judges feel that this is a constitutional right, then why...
Baltimore County Police are urging residents to be attentive and protect their personal property in the wake of a pair of Tuesday, July 31, incidents in which iPhones were literally snatched from their owners' hands in Towson. "Whether you're talking...
Tags: Towson, Theft, Cell Phones, Apple iPhone, Apple iPad
National Night Out is on the move for two Carroll County communities this year — Westminster and Eldersburg. The event, which brings citizens and members of local law enforcement agencies together, promises fun, food and entertainment on Tuesday,...
Chick-fil-A president's stand on gay marriage has nothing to do with the quality of his company's productsColumnist Thomas Schaller is consistent if nothing else in his convoluted and irrational thinking about Dan Cathy's view that that God defined marriage and men should not try to redefine it ("Chick-fil-A head has a right to speak, not to be taken...
Tags: Family, Chick-fil-A, Inc., Same-Sex Marriage, Incest, Ice Cream
The Baltimore SunOn theMonday following what Governor Martin O'Malley called a 'historic' storm ripped through central Maryland, some restaurants were waiting for their power to be restored. But the storm's hopscotch path were making difficult for diners to predict who...
Voters looking to cast their ballots early found long lines Saturday across Maryland, as the opening of the presidential election met with the urgent preparation for the incoming Hurricane Sandy. Many complained on social media that they waited more than...
After a week without electricity, Sara Waire felt little need to sugarcoat her answer when asked Friday afternoon how her family was holding up. "Today," the Stoneleigh resident said grimly, "has been pretty awful." Her 4-year-old daughter, Mady,...
As a financial matter, perhaps it's no big deal that MayorStephanie Rawlings-Blakehas a $562.39 telephone sitting on her desk. It and the five other touch screen, video phones the city bought recently amount to 0.0001 percent of Baltimore's $2.8 billion...
Tags: Local Government, Research, Technology
Starbucks announced that customers will receive a free "cool lime" or "very berry hibiscus" iced beverage today. The freebies will be handed out from noon to 3 p.m. — until supplies last — at company owned licensed stores in the United States...
The county Planning Board Thursday unanimously approved General Growth Properties' plan to remove 30,000 square feet of retail at the Mall in Columbia and replace it with 75,000 square feet of retail to create an outdoor-facing "lifestyle center." The...
Tags: Nordstrom, Howard Hughes, Lord & Taylor, Sears
An Owings Mills-based real estate investment and development group has bought the New Town Village Shopping Center in Owings Mills for $22.5 million, the buyer announced Wednesday. Black Oak Associates, whose investment portfolio contains 13 shopping...
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