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Helen Delich Bentley is right on point in criticizing the omission of Tom Matte from The Sun's historical list of outstanding Maryland athletes ("Tom Matte deserves spot on greatest list," May 15). Anyone who's old enough to remember the Baltimore Colts'...
Tags: Baltimore Colts, Football
The Baltimore Sun's front page on July 22, 1959, carried the news accompanied by a six-column photo: The world's first nuclear-powered cargo ship had been launched at Camden, N.J. The christening of the $47 million N/S Savannah was bigger than news about...
Cargo volume at the port of Baltimore grew 15 percent last year, the largest increase of any major U.S. port, state officials announced Monday. The port's public and private terminals moved 37.8 million tons of goods from cars to coal in 2011. It all was...
For the fourth consecutive year, the Port of Baltimore's six public terminals received an "excellent" security assessment from the Coast Guard. The annual review grades security operations at the Dundalk, Seagirt, North Locust Point, South Locust Point,...
Tags: Locust Point, Dundalk
The Port of Baltimore's public terminals set new marks last year in the handling of vehicles, containers and wood pulp while also posting a strong showing in the areas of general cargo and farm and construction machinery. The figures, released Thursday,...
Just after sunrise, a caravan of nearly 1,000 new cars begins streaming down the ramp of a massive cargo ship, a procession that won't end until evening. Mercedes-Benz and BMW models go one way. Land Rovers and other models go another. Some days, the...
Tags: Suzuki, Globalization, BMW, Passenger Cars, Chrysler Group LLC
One of the world's largest container companies chose Baltimore over other East Coast cities as its first U.S. stop for direct shipping from Northern Europe after a long courtship by Maryland officials and private business leaders. The service by Hapag-...
Three men were shot in separate shootings Tuesday night in Baltimore, according to police. The first, who appeared to have shot himself, died, police said. The conditions of the other two men were not immediately available, police said. Shortly...
Howard County officials this week declared support for Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's request of CSX Corp. to consider locating its proposed intermodal facility in the city. Since CSX Corp. announced its plans last year, the facility has been...
Our country and state face serious challenges. Too many people are unemployed. Gas prices are too high. And President Barack Obama is not helping to solve these problems — in fact, he's making them worse. We need only look at the records of our...
The largest load of sugar ever delivered to Domino Sugar's Baltimore refinery arrives aboard a ship on Monday. The Domino Sugars refinery will make history Monday morning when it is scheduled to receive the largest single raw sugar shipment ever to a...
A federal judge in Baltimore has awarded $462,500 to a low-level merchant marine officer who alerted Coast Guard inspectors that his cargo ship was intentionally polluting the high seas. In his ruling Monday, U.S. District Judge Marvin Garbis also left...
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