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The Historical Society of Carroll County held its 73rd annual meeting at the end of last month, at the historic Inn at Roop's Mill in Westminster. This year, about 120 folks from all over the county attended the meeting, sponsored in part by New Windsor...
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With gas prices hovering around $4 a gallon this summer, everyone who drives can appreciate the beauty of vehicles designed to go twice as far on a tank of fuel than today's models — including the people who build cars. Some ideas simply make too...
Want to do your part to fight climate change? Buy (and drive) a battery-powered car, suggests Environment Maryland. The green group says the state could begin to whittle away at the massive amounts of climate-altering pollution produced here if more...
Getting funding for Harford Community College's Towson University building is one of the top priorities for Harford County's delegates and senators when they head back for the 2012 Maryland General Assembly session, which begins Wednesday. Harford's...
The Curtis Bay and Brooklyn neighborhoods in industrialized South Baltimore are among the most polluted in Maryland and even the nation, says a Washington-based environmental group, which is calling for tighter scrutiny of air quality there and curbs on...
The Baltimore SunA new study has good news for mobile food vehicles, as 91 percent of consumers polled who are familiar with food trucks say they view the trend as having staying power and not a passing fad. Only 7 percent of consumers who use mobile food vehicles (MFV)...
The Baltimore SunThe Gathering, Baltimore's first food truck rally, is set for next Friday night in Harbor East. Baltimore's fleet of shiny, happy food trucks will gather on July 8, from 5 to 10 p.m. on the lot at 421 Central Avenue. The newly formed food-truck...
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The lunchtime drama that played out Wednesday in downtown Baltimore offered fresh evidence that the city needs to get its act together regarding food trucks. Irene Smith had parked her Souper Freak truck at the corner of Calvert and Monument to sell soup...
Sun StaffAs the price of crude oil approaches record highs, the impact is beginning to flow far beyond the corner gas station. It's slicing through the economy, cutting into corporate profits, raising the cost of food, airline tickets, delivery services and...
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