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Amanda Cunningham wants to make you a Baltimore TreeKeeper. Cunningham, executive director of the nonprofit Baltimore Tree Trust, is working with the city's forestry board and Tree Baltimore, an umbrella organization for city agencies and private...
Phone and Internet service have been restored to nearly 400 residents in the Guilford and Tuscany-Canterbury area, a Verizon spokeswoman said Saturday. The area was without service since Monday, when a Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. subcontractor digging...
Maryland State Police and Sheriff's Office reports: Aberdeen Thomas Butler, 44, of the first block of Tree Drive, was charged Friday with four counts of theft below $1,000 and theft between $1,000 and $10,000. Forrest Plowman, 18, of the 100 block...
Tags: Theft, Parkville, Maryland State Police, Vandalism, Red Lobster
The state has awarded Baltimore City a grant of $600,000 to improve and fill in the gaps in the Stony Run stream walking path that runs roughly between Roland Park and Wyman Park. The Maryland Board of Public Works last week approved the Program Open...
The Baltimore SunYesterday I sent out this tweet: "Just waved through a singular 'they.' Pound sand, sticklers." The singular they was in a sentence on The Sun's editorial page: "Although experts say only a tiny proportion of seriously mentally ill people ever resort to...
The closing of Crush restaurant is not a reflection on the health of business at Belvedere Square shopping center, say merchants, a property manager, city councilman and city planner. In fact, they say, despite the sudden shuttering of the white-...
Jeffrey B. Holmes, who worked in wine sales and had been a waiter at Baltimore restaurants, died of undetermined causes Nov. 29 at his Ednor Gardens home. He was 42. Born in Baltimore, he spent much of his youth in Wilson, N.C., where he attended...
Czechoslovakia had its share of heroes during the 40-plus years the Eastern European nation endured Soviet domination — most notably the reformers crushed during the infamous Prague Spring of 1968 and the protesters whose nonviolent Velvet...
David K. Reeves, a retired development director and fox hunting enthusiast, died Nov. 23 of a stroke at Princeton Hospital in Princeton, N.J. The former Baltimore resident, who lived in Princeton, was 86. The son of an insurance executive and horseman...
The Baltimore SunRestaurants serving a traditional Feast of the Seven Fishes menu, along with their regular menus, on Christmas Eve include Donna's (5100 Falls Road, 410-532-7611, donnas.com/crosskeys), Aldo's (306 S. High St., 410-727-0700, aldositaly.com) in...
My column several weeks ago on the brutal 1956 murder of Myrtle Agnes Bopst brought a flood of emails from people who vividly remembered it. One reader, Turney McKnight, recalled the murder a year later of a Baltimore socialite at the hands of her...
The Baltimore SunSarah Finlayson's morning routine is fairly set. Wake up early. Workout with a trainer. Call her twin sister. Picking up a hitchhiking John Waters? That's not part of it. Yet the minister's wife from Baltimore stopped her Lexus for the filmmaker and...
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