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  • Employers face higher health care costs for next year

    Employers face higher health care costs for next year
    Health care costs rose faster than inflation and wages this year — a trend that will hit home for many workers in the next several weeks as employers offer open enrollment. Employers usually pick up much of the tab for health insurance, but many...
  • Eschewing flashy, out-of-town shows, Baltimore museums look inward

    Eschewing flashy, out-of-town shows, Baltimore museums look inward
    In the 1990s, crowds packed the Walters Art Museum to see a touring show of artifacts from the reign of China's first emperor. They flocked as well to the Baltimore Museum of Art to see a collection from London's Victoria and Albert Museum. Those were...
  • New GM plant will bring jobs from Mexico to Baltimore County

    New GM plant will bring jobs from Mexico to Baltimore County
    Workers peered through safety goggles as they fitted together parts of the electric motors they were building on a General Motors assembly line in White Marsh. For now, the parts are made in a factory in Mexico and then shipped to Baltimore County for...
  • Baltimore County cracks down on nuisance road signs

    Baltimore County cracks down on nuisance road signs
    The signs shout advertisements from the sidewalks: $1 crabs, day care open until midnight, cherry wood furniture and fresh starts after bankruptcy. They cover telephone poles and sprout up in medians, sometimes getting swept away by wind. And they really...
  • Editorial: The crime scene

    When Harford County Sheriff Jesse Bane and the county's chief prosecutor, Joseph I. Cassilly, presented their budgets last week to the Harford County Council, the subject of the crime rate figured prominently — and positively. The trend in crime...
  • Bongino wins, some races too close to call

    Not everything in Tuesday's primary election came in by deadline for the print edition of The Sun. Here’s a look at few races that didn’t make today's story. - Republican Daniel Bongino beat Richard J. Douglas in the Senate primary by...
  • Three city fire companies close soon due to budget cuts

    A handful of firefighters sat grimly around a table in the North Montford Street firehouse, sweating in the afternoon heat Friday as their battalion chief took inventory of the equipment in Truck 15. The truck, along with the century-old company, will...
  • The Interview: Graham Dodge, founder of Sickweather.com

    The Interview: Graham Dodge, founder of Sickweather.com
    If you ever complain about a cough, cold or the flu on Twitter or Facebook, a Baltimore startup called Sickweather.com wants your tweets and status updates. The website, which launched in November, mines social networking sites using a computer...
  • Auto show in Baltimore draws shoppers, but mostly dreamers

    Auto show in Baltimore draws shoppers, but mostly dreamers
    They came to the Motor Trend International Auto Show in Baltimore with five cars on their list and a plan to narrow it down to three. "We're moving out of the minivan category because we're now 50-somethings with no kids to haul," said Mindy Doring,...
  • Thefts of holiday packages reported in Towson area

    Though the time for gift giving has come and gone, some Towson residents are finding that gifts themselves did the same before they could be enjoyed by their rightful recipients. In line with an increasing national trend, some Towson families fell victim...
  • New for 2012: Cleaner air

    New for 2012: Cleaner air
    Whether casting a line in a Maryland stream or a lake in the most remote reaches of this country, a fisherman would be hard-pressed to catch a fish that does not contain mercury. Indeed, most recent studies suggest that it might be impossible. Is this...
  • Start Your Engines

    As the world’s largest car-buying market, Los Angeles boasts an annual auto show that rivals any on the planet. And with more than 1,000 vehicles on display — including more than 50 world and North American debuts — this year’s L....