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  • Showers welcome, but Sept. still dry

     
    The thunderstorms that swept across Baltimore and other parts of the state Thursday - part of the same line of storms that caused so much damage in New York City - brought some welcome moisture. But they did little to......
  • Waverly Market report

     
    Alan Morstein of Regi's sends this report on a perfect fall morning. Here's Alan. LV A feeling of fall in the air today at Waverly bought out the fall classics. On display were lima beans from Tom the "Bean Man,"......
  • Looking past North Texas? Easy to do.....

     
    OK, the job for FAU coaches this week is to keep the Owls from looking past North Texas. That is not going to be easy, given the current status of the Kind and Gentles (0-3), who were bad to......
  • Those who can, flee Bermuda as Igor nears

     
    Bermuda's Royal Gazette is reporting heavy activity at the island's L.F. Wade International Airport Saturday as visitors who could, left the island in anticipation of Hurricane Igor. The storm, weakened to Cat. 1 with top sustained winds of just 85 mph,.....
  • Dipping into 40s tonight; crowding 90 by Weds.

     
    It's going to be quite a roller-coaster ride this week, Maryland. The National Weather Service forecast has BWI-Marshall slipping into the 40s early Tuesday morning. If they're right, it will be our first excursion into the 40s since May 9......
  • Weekend snow ... or not

     
    UPDATE: A Winter Storm Watch is up for central and southern Virginia, with 5 inches of snow or more possible for Charlottesville. Three to 8 inches are possible across the watch area, including the Virginia Eastern Shore. Farther north, in Maryland,......
  • Real snow stays south

     
    Looks like the worst of the wintry weather will stay well to the south of the Baltimore area, though we will likely see some flakes, and maybe enough to whiten the ground. Steve Zubrick, the science and operations officer at the......
  • Baltimore Book Festival, the foodie angle

     
    No matter what your approach to cooking, this weekend's Baltimore Book Festival has you covered. To give you an idea of the range of offerings, at noon Sunday, chef Galen Sampson of The Dogwood in Hampden will do a cooking......
  • Austin Grill closes

     
    Austin Grill, the Tex-Mex chain that had several locations in Maryland, has closed its restaurant in Canton.I called there just now, and the woman who answered said the restaurant closed Monday. She wasn't saying any more than that.The chain's locations.....
  • Do Women Pay Less for Car Insurance?

     
    You???ve probably heard this assertion before when it comes to health insurance, life insurance and yes, auto insurance: Women typically pay less than men for their policies. Is this true and if so, why? According InsWeb, an online insurance comparison......
  • Snow possibilities on the rise here

     
    With computer models trending more northward, the possibilities for more significant snow seem to be on the rise for the Baltimore area today.UPDATE: The snow continues to fall, and the Winter Storm Warning is creeping farther north into the Baltimore...
  • Will tropical systems end Maryland's drought?

     
    The new Drought Monitor map for this week is in, and for the first time since April 2009 it shows the entire state to be unusually dry. Nearly one-third of the state's geography is in moderate to extreme drought, with......