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ExxonMobil Corp. has lost its bid to avoid paying punitive damages in a case stemming from an underground gasoline leak in northern Baltimore County in 2006, but how much the international company will have to pay remains to be seen as the case...
Lawyers for dozens of Baltimore County families suing Exxon Mobil Corp. closed a six-month trial Friday by arguing for punitive damages in a 2006 underground gasoline leak in Jacksonville, accusing the corporation of playing down the potential harm of the...
The Chameleon seems to slither on and off of people's radar. For one thing, folks confuse it with Clementine, just a mile to the north. And while Chameleon doesn't actively shun publicity, it does tend to keep quieter than some of the other restaurants...
Tags: Bananas, Restaurants, Tomatoes, Pies and Tarts, Cucumbers
Phillips Seafood, the last of the original Harborplace tenants, is leaving Baltimore’s waterfront mall. But it appears the restaurant — once one of the nation’s busiest eateries — won’t be going far when it closes on Sept....
The signs of summer's end are everywhere. Kids are descending on stores to buy their school supplies. School bus drivers are memorizing their stops and practicing their routes. Teachers are putting up creative bulletin boards and getting their first pop...
After nearly four years and several million dollars spent to rebuild the deck of the Thomas Hatem Route 40 bridge, more work on the span is coming. The Maryland Transportation Authority, or MdTA, said it will repaint parts of the bridge over the...
Tags: Renovation, Commuting, Havre de Grace, Transportation
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Three years ago, two Harford County couples made a decision that would change their families forever. Feeling the urge to help others in need, they decided to become foster parents. In the United States, there are more than 400,000 foster children....
Tags: Harford County
Laurel police report felonies, arrests and property crimes. Howard County police report major crimes, break-ins and car thefts. City of Laurel Gorman Avenue, 700 block, June 14. Armed robbery at 7-Eleven. Man displayed knife, demanded money from...
Ben Cardin held off about as long as possible for a modern politician, but he finally caved to intense pressure. He launched a Facebook page. "Back in 1966, when I first ran for the Maryland House of Delegates, there was no Facebook, no Twitter, no...
Tags: Benjamin L. Cardin, YouTube, Facebook, U.S. Senate, Mass Media
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The closing of 25 Superfresh stores in the Baltimore area this summer meant new opportunities for other grocers looking to move to the region. One of those was the ShopRite chain, which opened stores last month in old Superfresh buildings in Timonium and...
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