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Baltimore Sun reporterA moody tavern. An extraordinary cocktail. The easy lapping of bay water against the banks of the Inner Harbor. Duckpin lanes. Old Bay. Art in an otherwise empty storefront. For all of these things, and for so many more, people love Baltimore. People feel...
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Baltimore added a third line to its free Charm City Circulator service Tuesday, with the launch of the new Green Route at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Green line will run from Hopkins Hospital through Fells Point and Harbor East before heading north to...
Reality CheckBucky reports on tonight;s Amazing Race:Welcome back to The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business, after a two week Pit Stop during which Taylor Swift was inexplicably named “Entertainer of the Year” on one of about a dozen country music award...
Sun ReporterTwo years and a day after the water taxi Lady D flipped over in the frigid waters of Baltimore Harbor, the National Transportation Safety Board will meet in Washington on Tuesday to provide some long-awaited answers about what happened and why. But...
Sun StaffWeather forecasters were relying on limited radar data on the day of a fatal water taxi accident last year in Baltimore harbor, undermining their ability to issue timely, lifesaving warnings of an approaching storm, the National Weather Service found in...
Five years after the water taxi Lady D flipped over in Baltimore Harbor, killing five passengers, two federal agencies remain divided over the cause of the tragedy and the lessons to be learned from it. The National Transportation Safety Board, after its...
Sun reporterMore than two years after five people died when an overloaded water taxi sank in Baltimore's harbor, the U.S. Coast Guard urged operators of small passenger vessels yesterday to adjust for the greater heftiness of the average American. The Coast Guard...
Sun ReporterThe water taxi that overturned in Baltimore's Inner Harbor on March 6, 2004 - killing five passengers - was too unstable and heavy to withstand a hit by what its captain called a "spiral of wind" and a "wall of water," federal investigators said in a...
Sun reporterThe National Transportation Safety Board concluded yesterday that a cascading series of errors by the Coast Guard permitted the water taxi Lady D to carry too much weight to withstand wind and waves when it capsized in Baltimore Harbor in March 2004....
Sun reporterIn the moments before the water taxi Lady D left the Fort McHenry dock on its fatal last voyage in March 2004, two of its passengers saw lightning in the sky, according to their statements to federal investigators. Pre-departure lightning, which...
Tags: Veterans Affairs, Weather Warnings, Defense, Inner Harbor, Death
Special to baltimoresun.comAs an international student living in Baltimore without a car, I've had plenty of opportunities to experience public transportation in Baltimore firsthand. Here's a full Saturday spent traveling about the city, your own vehicle not required: 9 a.m. I...
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