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  • Baltimore ranks 11th among major U.S. cities in biking and walking, Washington second

    Baltimore ranks 11<sup>t</sup><sup>h</sup> among major U.S. cities in biking and walking, Washington second
    Baltimore has the 11th-largest percentage of commuter walkers and bicyclers among major U.S. cities, according to a new report on bicycling and walking in the U.S. "Bicycling and Walking in the United States: 2012 Benchmarking Report," released Monday by...
  • Ray Lewis' Hunt Valley project stalled, subcontractors owed over $1 million

    Ray Lewis' Hunt Valley project stalled, subcontractors owed over $1 million
    The bowling alley business dream of Baltimore Ravens star Ray Lewis lies half-built in a far corner of the Hunt Valley Town Centre. Cinder blocks and plywood cover the entrances and windows; rubble and metal vents sit piled inside a chain-link fence....
  • Encourage bicycle travel with more dedicated lanes

    I am a member of the Boy Scouts of America, and I am writing to you about how Columbia should advance its pathway system. We have a great community, and far better pathways than most cities, but the cycling community is growing, and it would be beneficial...
  • Cycling-only studio puts new spin on working out

    Cycling-only studio puts new spin on working out
    Charlie "Spook" Hilgartner has gone all in for indoor, or stationary, cycling. So much so, that he has opened InSync Cycle studio not far from his home in Hunt Valley. A certified Spin instructor, Hilgartner, 67, first started to work out on...
  • Baltimore could be bicycle city

    I'm often amazed at home much time and money is spent on transit expansions that never happen. Look at the Regional Rail System plan. It's a great plan, but it's been nearly 10 years and no movement. The problem with large bureaucracies is they mistake...
  • Bicycle advocates urge care on the roads

    Bicycle advocates urge care on the roads
    Geoff Matrangola and his wife, Dede, went out with friends for a Memorial Day bike ride from their home in Clarksville. The group was headed for Montgomery County but never made it there. Shortly after crossing the bridge over Brighton Dam, Matrangola...
  • The problem with wind: It doesn't get us close to zero carbon

    The problem with wind: It doesn't get us close to zero carbon
    The Maryland legislature has deferred a decision on offshore wind pending a "summer study." Here are questions that businessmen and prudent investors would typically ask before making a large, long-term commitment: How much will it cost? What are the...
  • Plan proposes 34 miles of bicycle routes around Annapolis

    An off-street bike trail links Truxton Park in Annapolis to the Bates Sports Complex. A bicycle lane runs along Edgewood Road between the Back Creek Nature Park and Bay Ridge Road. A snippet of shared bicycle-motor vehicle lane cuts the angle from...
  • U.S. energy policy: A slow national suicide

    U.S. energy policy: A slow national suicide
    In 1969, three unrelated events occurred that have since been combined with political bungling to slowly strangle the U.S. economy. Moammar Gadhafi overthrew King Idris of Libya. He nationalized Western oil company reserves with no retribution from the U....
  • Mow fall leaves into lawn to boost soil

    Is there such thing as leaf-cycling? I grass-cycle. Do leaves add fertilizer to lawns like grass clippings do? How deep can I make the shredded leaves? Green organic materials are high in nitrogen. Grass-cycling can add as much as half of your lawn's...
  • APL receives Bicycle Friendly Business Award

    The League of American Bicyclists awarded a bronze Bicycle Friendly Business Award to Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, in North Laurel. APL was recognized for promoting employee health and social responsibility through its cycling club and cycling...
  • At some schools, running, biking and swimming join the 'three Rs'

    Swimming, cycling and running may seem like after-school activities, but for some students in the county, they're now part of a regular class. Students in freshman physical education classes at Long Reach High School are a part of a pilot program,...