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  • Happy animals, local meat

    Happy animals, local meat
    Even in frigid weather, Ginger Myers' pigs are happy. "As cold as it gets, the pigs are out there, snorting and playing like kids bundled up and running around," says the owner of Evermore Farm, a family-owned livestock and produce farm in Westminster....
  • Thirteen Harford businesses fail alcohol compliance test; Bill Bateman's shuts down in Bel Air

    Thirteen Harford businesses fail alcohol compliance test; Bill Bateman's shuts down in Bel Air
    More than a dozen Harford County businesses were willing to serve alcohol to an underage customer, with all but three of those who failed not even bothering to ask for proof of age, during a compliance test last month, the county's liquor control board...
  • New chef at Grille at Peerce's serves up experience, creativity

    New chef at Grille at Peerce's serves up experience, creativity
    The Grille at Peerce's, a longtime Phoenix favorite that overlooks Loch Raven Reservoir on Dulaney Valley Road, tapped the chef from another longtime Baltimore County institution to lead its kitchen last month. Marco Lombardini, a Cockeysville...
  • Valentine's Day dining menus and specials

    Valentine's Day dining menus and specials
    Valentine's Day falls on a Friday this year, which is shaping up to be great news diners and patrons alike. Unofficially at least, Valentine’s Day is being celebrated in restaurants starting on Thursday, Feb. 13 and going through Saturday, Feb....
  • Storm dumps biggest snowfall since 2010 on a day possibly among area's top 10 snowiest on record

    Storm dumps biggest snowfall since 2010 on a day possibly among area's top 10 snowiest on record
    The biggest snowfall in four years blanketed the Baltimore area Thursday with up to a foot and a half of snow, giving many schoolchildren two more days off and stranding residents and travelers. As the region dug out, two men died after shoveling. In...
  • Michael J. Wagner, businessman and former Md. senator, dies at 72

    Michael J. Wagner, businessman and former Md. senator, dies at 72
    Michael J. Wagner, who served in the Maryland Senate and was a Glen Burnie business owner, died of cancer early Thursday at Baltimore Washington Medical Center in Glen Burnie. The Ferndale resident was 72. "He worked hard for the people he represented,"...
  • Baltimore County seeks to satisfy a growing taste for growlers

    Baltimore County seeks to satisfy a growing taste for growlers
    State lawmakers from Baltimore County hope to increase the availability of growlers, the refillable jugs that have become popular among craft beer enthusiasts. Sales of growlers have expanded elsewhere in Maryland in recent years, and county lawmakers...
  • Family of Eddie Dopkin offers culinary scholarship

    Family of Eddie Dopkin offers culinary scholarship
    The family of the late Edward "Eddie" Dopkin, the late Baltimore restaurateur best known for the Miss Shirley's group of restaurants, has established a scholarship in his memory. The annual scholarship, titled the "Eddie Dopkin's First Course Award...
  • O'Malley, skeptics spar over minimum wage

    O'Malley, skeptics spar over minimum wage
    Lawmakers in Annapolis waded into a fraught debate over raising Maryland's minimum wage Tuesday, as advocates for workers and business owners used statistics and emotional appeals to square off on whether a higher rate would help the working poor or...
  • Hampden florist promotes Valentine's Day without roses

    Hampden florist promotes Valentine's Day without roses
    Hampden florist Libby Francis-Baxter is seeing red over roses. Her gripe? Most roses are imported from South and Central America, are costly to begin with, and are even more expensive with shipping, said Francis-Baxter, a Hampden resident. "I don't...
  • Talking trash in Baltimore [Commentary]

    Talking trash in Baltimore [Commentary]
    A used diaper, a half-eaten banana and a ripped shirt. The significance of these three items could be anything, depending on the person. But for me, these random objects represent a glimpse of the trash that could be littering my neighborhood at any given...
  • Maryland's largest casino bets heavily on Asian community

    Rising at the center of the sprawling casino floor at Maryland Live at Arundel Mills — a prime piece of money-making real estate, if there ever was one — aren't shiny new slot machines or table games. Instead, an Asian-themed eatery is...