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  • New Year's revelers ring in 2014 at Inner Harbor

    New Year's revelers ring in 2014 at Inner Harbor
    Danielle Reynolds, Elisa Davis and Michael Ross came from out of state to spend New Year's Eve in Baltimore. The three were meeting a larger group for dinner and drinks at Howl at the Moon, a piano bar in Power Plant Live. They were among the...
  • Police investigating body found in Inner Harbor

    Police investigating body found in Inner Harbor
    Baltimore Police were investigating the discovery of a man's body in the Inner Harbor, near the Harborview marina.  Det. Jeremy Silbert, a police spokesman, said police found the body at around 2 p.m. in the 500 block of Harborview Drive. The man was in...
  • Rain, temperatures in 50s forecast Tuesday

    Rain, temperatures in 50s forecast Tuesday
    Baltimore will see rain and temperatures in the 50s on Tuesday. The National Weather Service predicts a high temperature of 53 degrees and a 100 percent chance of rain at Baltimore's Inner Harbor. After sunset, the temperature is expected to drop as low...
  • Wedded: Nicole Garrett and Ron Vinyard

    Wedded: Nicole Garrett and Ron Vinyard
    Date: Oct. 13 Her story: Nicole Garrett, 28, grew up in Pittsburgh. Serving in the Army for the past seven years, she is now an officer. Her parents, Lance and Kathy Garrett, live in Pittsburgh. His story: Ron Vinyard, 31, grew up in St. Louis. He has...
  • Helicopter to fly at low altitudes over Baltimore for study

    Helicopter to fly at low altitudes over Baltimore for study
    Bye bye, blimp. Hello, helicopter. For the second time in recent months, Baltimore residents will see an unfamiliar aircraft flying above the city as part of surveying work by the federal government. Last time it was a blimp. This time a helicopter will...
  • Port wants to sell state-owned pier in Canton

    Port wants to sell state-owned pier in Canton
    The Maryland Port Administration is urging state officials to approve its sale of a 346,0000-square-foot pier in the Canton Industrial Area. The Clinton Street Marine Terminal, which has seen little use for decades, sits across the Inner Harbor from...
  • Manekin aims for Richmond market

    Development firm Manekin, LLC announced the purchase of three buildings in Virginia for $20 million Tuesday, in what the Columbia-based company said is a first step to expansion in the Richmond area. The buildings, which encompass 617,232 square feet,...
  • Ad agency's Christmas prank prompts hilarious reactions from employees

    Each year, the staff of Baltimore ad agency Planit puts together a video Christmas card, something cute to send to clients and friends. This year, the creative directors got a little more creative than usual. They ushered employees into a back room...
  • George F. Thompson, bartender

    George F. Thompson, bartender
    George Frank Thompson, who made and served lunch to Pope John Paul II on his visit to Baltimore and who had earlier mixed drinks for five presidents as a Capitol Hill barman, died Dec. 14 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 98 and lived in the...
  • Near-summer conditions warm Baltimore area

    Near-summer conditions warm Baltimore area
    People wore shorts and T-shirts all around Baltimore on Saturday as temperatures hit a record 70 degrees, with slightly higher temperatures expected Sunday. Both the Inner Harbor and BWI Marshall Airport recorded highs of 70 degrees, while Annapolis hit...
  • City, two counties ordered to curb storm-water pollution

    City, two counties ordered to curb storm-water pollution
    Baltimore city, Baltimore County and Prince George's County have been directed by the state to step up their efforts to reduce polluted runoff fouling local streams and the Chesapeake Bay. But environmental groups contend the mandates are too vague and...
  • Baltimore tradition makes Christmas happen for thousands

    Baltimore tradition makes Christmas happen for thousands
    Thoughts of childhood Christmases flooded Wendy Winebrenner's mind this month when she opened her mailbox to find an envelope stuffed with gift certificates. Growing up in the O'Donnell Heights project in Baltimore, Winebrenner and her family depended...