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Central Maryland appears to have been spared the worst of Sandy's fury, which was delivered farther up the Atlantic Coast. One man was killed after a tree fell on his home in Pasadena. A second was killed in a head-on collision in Clarksburg that...
Thomas Inglesby is no stranger to power outages in the unit block of Beechdale Road in Roland Park. He's had dozens since he moved there in 2000, and they've come more frequently in recent years, he said. But he's always been in the dark about why the...
Just as Mt. Washington Tavern prepares to reopen after a fire last year, here comes Hurricane Sandy, with the potential to wreak havoc in the region, especially in areas like Mount Washington, near the flood-prone Jones Falls. But restaurant co-owner Rob...
City public works officials say they are adjusting water bills for Baltimore public schools after several were overbilled this year by thousands of dollars — including one school whose bill rose nearly $200,000. The school system, meanwhile, has...
The City Council adopted a resolution Monday formally asking Baltimore police to create a system for posting active 911 responses online. Police officials raised concerns last month about their ability to create such a system, which would post active...
Hundreds of Baltimore Orioles fans rallied in front of City Hall on Wednesday, hoping their joyful noise would reach the team preparing to take on the Yankees in New York City in the third game of the American League Division Series. "We're sending a...
GED and adult literacy instructors in Baltimore are grateful to Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke for being attentive to the challenges faced by city residents in gaining employment and admission to college as evidenced in the recent hearing regarding the...
State and city lawmakers sharply criticized the Baltimore school system Monday after a searing audit called attention to a lack of oversight on school spending. Elected officials said they were deeply concerned by the preliminary audit report, which...
Fearful that redevelopment of the Rotunda would make it more difficult to park on side streets, Hampden residents are asking Baltimore City to designate a new Residential Permit Parking area near the mall. But Hampden merchants on The Avenue are leery of...
Tags: Johns Hopkins University, Rentals, Business, Employees, Hampden
The style of fence is called "Barcelona," but some residents of Tuscany-Canterbury say it reminds them more of Berlin. It's the "Gorbachev fence" to the mother of neighbor Fred Chalfant, who often walks his dog past the barrier, which is six-feet tall,...
Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. representatives said Thursday, Oct. 4 they are formulating a plan to address complaints of constant power outages on several streets in Roland Park, not just during the June 29 derecho storm, but long before and after it. BGE...
Tags: Roland Park, Hampden
Plans to get mass transit to the communities north of Pennsylvania Station are proceeding on parallel tracks. A one-year-old, grass-roots campaign to establish streetcar service along the Charles Street corridor and south to the Inner Harbor is still...
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