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Canton (Baltimore, Maryland)

Canton (Baltimore, Maryland)
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  • Community mourns the passing of centenarian Stanley Marc [Elkridge]

    Elkridge has lost its most beloved centenarian. On Sunday, Oct. 6, Stanley J. Marc, 101, of Elkridge, died. He was mostly referred to as Pop or Uncle James, as his immediate family, extended family and all the "friends like family" were scattered all...
  • Great Baltimore Cocktails: Boyle's Baltimore Water, The Chasseur

    Great Baltimore Cocktails: Boyle's Baltimore Water, The Chasseur
    I'm a sucker for Baltimore-themed cocktails. I'm compelled to order them, in fact, no matter how unusual, random or potentially deadly they may turn out to be. So obviously, when I spotted Boyle's Baltimore Water on the menu at the Chasseur in Canton, I...
  • Premier Rides CEO Jim Seay is all about objects in motion

    Premier Rides CEO Jim Seay is all about objects in motion
    Take 10 is a series of occasional features on prominent local residents and the possessions they treasure. Having — and sharing — adventures is the main theme in the life of Jim Seay, the 53-year-old president and owner of Premier Rides, a...
  • Five questions for John Magness

    Five questions for John Magness
    Canton has traditionally been a blue-collar neighborhood, and for more than 100 years, the Canton Railroad Co. has been a part of that mix, moving freight for local industries and the port of Baltimore. Its locomotives are a familiar — and at times...
  • Group marches for health care for all

    Group marches for health care for all
    The federal Affordable Care Act is expected to provide access to medical coverage to hundreds of thousands of Maryland's uninsured, but one group said that doesn't go far enough. The group, Healthcare is a Human Right-Maryland, led a rally Saturday in...
  • City revises tax bills for owners who saw unexpected increases

    City revises tax bills for owners who saw unexpected increases
    Just three months after Baltimore officials caused an uproar by unexpectedly raising the property taxes of 315 owners, the city is once again revising those bills. Michael Plaisted saw the July tax bill on his Ridgely's Delight condo jump from about $1,...
  • Bay Cafe in Canton will close at year's end, owner says

    Bay Cafe in Canton will close at year's end, owner says
    Bay Cafe, a Canton waterfront restaurant and bar known for its shrimp salad sandwiches and laid-back atmosphere, will close at year's end. The news of the closing was confirmed by Bay Cafe's longtime co-owner David Naumann, who said that he began...
  • Shrinking choices for homebuyers in Baltimore area

    Shrinking choices for homebuyers in Baltimore area
    Kristina and Anthony Pannone spent eight months looking for a house. The ones they liked kept getting snapped up, until they finally topped three other would-be buyers for a place in Columbia — by offering $5,100 more than the asking price. Their...
  • Like/Dislike with Jade Ostner, Maryland Wineries Association

    Like/Dislike with Jade Ostner, Maryland Wineries Association
    This weekend marks the 30th anniversary of the Maryland Wine Festival, but to Jade Ostner, there's even more reason to celebrate. "Maryland wine has blown up in the five years I've been involved in the industry," said Ostner, 26, the director of...
  • Most city neighborhoods get little in enterprise tax breaks

    Most city neighborhoods get little in enterprise tax breaks
    Close to 300 commercial properties in Baltimore are getting a property tax break this year thanks to the city’s Enterprise Zone program, which has a stated purpose of attracting development and jobs to poorer areas. But while the benefits were...
  • City liquor board docket for Sept. 26

    City liquor board docket for Sept. 26
    Cases involving establishments that may have been operating in violation of city liquor laws, outside the parameters of their specific license or without a proper license at all are among the hearings listed on the Sept. 26 docket of the Board of Liquor...
  • Beat Baltimore brownouts with solar

    To avoid the kind of grid instability and electrical outages in Fells Point, Canton and other growth areas, Maryland should simply require all new residential construction to include at least 3 kilowatts of solar energy per house or apartment. Brownouts...