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  • 'Drugs, Inc.' look at heroin in Baltimore substitutes reality TV for documentary filmmaking

     'Drugs, Inc.' look at heroin in Baltimore substitutes reality TV for documentary filmmaking
    I took a deep dive last week into Baltimore’s drug scene. And when I finally came up for air, I had a newfound clarity on the city’s troubled TV image and the line between responsible documentary filmmaking and exploitative reality television....
  • Owner in final stage of selling Arbutus bar

    Owner in final stage of selling Arbutus bar
    A longtime fixture in downtown Arbutus, Center Court, located at 5507 Selma Ave., will soon be under new ownership. Shirley McCumbie, who bought the Arbutus bar and package goods store with her late husband, Jim McCumbie, in 1987 and now runs it with...
  • Undefeated 119: Reunion planned Friday for Bel Air High's three football teams that never lost a game

    Undefeated 119: Reunion planned Friday for Bel Air High's three football teams that never lost a game
    A new high school football season in Harford County will kick off Friday night, and Bel Air's opening game at Bobcat Stadium with the visiting North East Indians promises to be one to remember, regardless of the final score. Starting early that...
  • Havana Road to close, former Iggies owners taking Towson space

    Havana Road to close, former Iggies owners taking Towson space
    Marta Ines Quintana is closing Havana Road Cuban Cafe, her 4-year-old restaurant on West Allegheny Avenue in Towson. Quintana, who leases the commercial property, said she has sublet the space to Lisa Heckman and Peter Wood, the husband-and-wife...
  • McDonald's shares fall near two-year low

    McDonald's shares fall near two-year low
    McDonald’s shares sunk to their lowest level since early 2013 on Monday, a day before the company is expected to report its third consecutive decline in monthly sales at established stores. McDonald’s, the world’s largest restaurant...
  • Pabu successor named at Four Seasons

    Pabu successor named at Four Seasons
    Alex Smith has revealed the name of and the executive chef for his Japanese restaurant at the Four Seasons Baltimore Hotel. The new restaurant's name is Azumi, and the executive chef is Eiji Takase.  Smith said that master sake sommelier Tiffany...
  • J. Bruce Innes, health care executive

    J. Bruce Innes, health care executive
    John Bruce Innes Jr., a former marketing executive for Genesis Health Ventures who was later a senior housing consultant, died July 22 of brain injuries suffered in a fall while he was vacationing in Greece. The Lutherville resident was 70. Born in...
  • Chick-fil-A set to open Sept. 4 in Aberdeen

    Chick-fil-A set to open Sept. 4 in Aberdeen
    Aberdeen is about to get its own hub for chicken sandwiches and waffle fries. Harford County's third Chick-fil-A restaurant is set to open Thursday, Sept. 4, at the southwest corner of Beards Hill Road and Route 22, near The Olive Tree and Holiday Inn...
  • The Undefeated 119 return to Bel Air High School

    The Undefeated 119 return to Bel Air High School
    Forty-six members of the Undefeated 119, the only three Bel Air High School football teams to have undefeated seasons, attended a reunion at their alma mater Friday evening, along with members of their families and four former assistant coaches. There...
  • Rival casinos invade each other's turf as competition heats up

    Rival casinos invade each other's turf as competition heats up
    Maryland Live's billboards went up even as the rival Horseshoe Casino Baltimore rose in the gritty Carroll-Camden area near M&T Bank Stadium. "Everything is better live!" shouts one. In the spring, the Horseshoe sent a flatbed truck into the Maryland...
  • Downtown Columbia burgeoning as employment hub

    Downtown Columbia burgeoning as employment hub
    In the four years since the approval of the Downtown Columbia Plan – a master guiding document aimed at revitalizing the heart of Howard County's core city – Columbia Town Center's progress toward becoming a true urban destination has been...
  • HdG council lays out possibilities for future of RAD loan program

    HdG council lays out possibilities for future of RAD loan program
    As several business leaders urged Havre de Grace leaders Monday night to keep its revolving loan fund afloat, the three options the city has for transforming the program were laid out for council members. The Revitalization and Development Loan...