| Dec 12, 2012
| 5:19 PM
City officials are offering a trade: groceries for guns.
This Saturday, Klein's ShopRite will give a $100 gift certificate to anyone who turns in a firearm. The "Goods for Guns" buyback will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Coldstream Homestead...
| Dec 20, 2012
| 4:10 AM
The holidays are a time to share, remember and reminisce. So, I would like to share with you the story of Marge Burba, to reminisce with friends about her remarkable career serving older and disabled adults and to highlight the legacy, Winter Growth,...
| Dec 19, 2012
| 10:05 AM
From The Aegis dated Dec. 24, 1987:
It was the last issue before Christmas, and The Aegis was wishing its readers happy holidays 25 years ago.
"Perhaps it was the sight of the first snowfall of the winter; or a visit to the Oak Grove Baptist Church'...
| Dec 9, 2012
| 4:18 PM
When the Four Seasons Baltimore opened last year on the downtown waterfront, it became one of the city's most expensive hotels, with rooms starting at $279 per night.
Now a local development group plans to open a boutique hotel featuring rooms that...
| May 6, 2013
| 7:16 PM
Richard E. "Dick" Hug, a prominent businessman and prolific fundraiser for Republican candidates, died Saturday. He was 78.
Mr. Hug was the finance chairman for three Maryland gubernatorial campaigns — Ellen R. Sauerbrey in 1998 and Robert L....
| Apr 18, 2013
| 6:45 AM
The recent article ("Beyond the Preakness," April 9) outlining the current reality of the Pimlico race track and its future highlights the need for broader and bolder thinking in order to advance a sustainable solution to make horse racing in Baltimore...
| Apr 8, 2013
| 9:42 AM
With Gov. Martin O'Malley's landmark gun control bill given final approval by the Senate on Friday and waiting only the governor's signature to be enacted into law, Democrats in Annapolis are likely hoping that the next step will be talk of the "R" word....
| Sep 8, 2012
| 2:15 PM
Carl S. Hyman, an executive of a firm that tests students and assesses their achievement both in the U.S. and overseas who was also a Tuscany-Canterbury neighborhood activist, died of lung cancer Sept. 5 at Gilchrist Hospice Care. He was 57.
| Sep 21, 2012
| 11:15 AM
Robert Moses told Baltimore to put a highway through Mount Vernon Square. Aren't you glad Baltimore did not listen?
William Donald Schaefer and every public official in Maryland wanted to put an interstate highway through Fell's Point that would have run...
| Sep 23, 2012
Baltimore's Fraternal Order of Police is celebrating what is, at most, a Pyrrhic victory in its effort to reverse the pension reforms Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and the City Council enacted two years ago. Federal Judge Marvin J. Garbis' ruling that...
| Sep 22, 2012
| 11:05 AM
Tony Tochterman, who along with his wife, Dee, owns Tochterman's Fishing Tackle, the city's oldest bait and tackle store, remembers it well.
Tony and Bob Wall, division chief of Baltimore's Recreation and Parks Department, helped introduce area...
| Apr 13, 2013
July 6, 1943 Robert Mack Bell born in Rocky Mount, N.C.; family moves to Baltimore about 11/2 years later.
June 17, 1960 Bell and 11 students try to get seated at Hooper's Restaurant at Charles and Fayette streets in Baltimore. A hostess says the...