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Downtown (Baltimore, Maryland)

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  • Liquor board issues fines to Canton's Portside, the Chesapeake and Phillips Seafood

    Liquor board issues fines to Canton's Portside, the Chesapeake and Phillips Seafood
    Thursday's docket for the board of liquor license commissioners for Baltimore City was mostly concerned with infractions of the liquor board code. Among the establishments penalized by the board, all for first-time offenses, were Canton's Portside...
  • Mizeur would expand pre-K to 3-year-olds

    Mizeur would expand pre-K to 3-year-olds
    Democratic gubernatorial candidate Del. Heather Mizeur rolled out a plan Thursday that would expand pre-kindergarten to 3-year-olds and overhaul the state's income eligibility requirements for child care subsidies. "I'm proud of our schools for being...
  • BBB warns against Baltimore job referral business

    The Better Business Bureau of Greater Maryland is warning consumers against Work Info Center that promises to connect contractors and other workers with commercial and residential job contracts. The BBB said this “alleged business” charges...
  • Baltimore residents trade guns for computers

    Baltimore residents trade guns for computers
    In the past few months, as Renee Wright prepared to open a bakery in Highlandtown, she fretted that she didn't have a computer for her business — a necessity in today's modern world, she thought. On Saturday, she solved that problem by digging out...
  • Two cited for underage alcohol violations; anti-fake ID program planned for Harford schools

    Two people were cited by Harford County Liquor Control Board inspectors for infractions involving purchases of alcohol by or for minors, inspector Charlie Robbins reported Wednesday. As part of the Cops in Shops program conducted last Friday night, a 43-...
  • Day care shortage frustrates parents in Baltimore

    Day care shortage frustrates parents in Baltimore
    In five months, the downtown Baltimore day care attended by Celine Plachez's youngest son is slated to close, yet she's not looking for a backup. She can't stomach it. She searched before he was born, calling about a dozen places, some of which said...
  • Critics, supporters clash over Harbor Point deal

    Critics, supporters clash over Harbor Point deal
    Critics of city subsidies for the $1 billion Harbor Point project clashed Wednesday with supporters of the waterfront development that the mayor has called a "once-in-a-generation opportunity." About 100 demonstrators, some wearing baseball-style "Tax...
  • Howard wins five national awards for service to residents

    Howard wins five national awards for service to residents
    Howard County won five awards from the National Association of Counties this week for innovative programs and services it offers to residents. The county took home a "Best in Class" award in the Community/Economic Development category for the "Pitch...
  • Baltimore nonprofits to be featured on season premiere of ABC's 'Secret Millionaire'

    Baltimore nonprofits to be featured on season premiere of ABC's 'Secret Millionaire'
    It pays to give back. Four Baltimore charities will be highlighted when the series "Secret Millionaire" returns at 8 p.m. Aug. 4 on ABC, according to a press release. Casey Cares Foundation, Duncan Street Garden Project, Moveable Feast and Rose Street...
  • The Red Line's faulty promise

    The Red Line's faulty promise
    The 2002 Baltimore Region Rail System Plan envisioned a fully-connected transit system. But budgetary constraints and poor planning have whittled it down to the Red Line — a proposed east-west light rail line whose projected cost has exploded to $2....
  • After Grand Prix of Baltimore, crews hustle to clear downtown streets

    After Grand Prix of Baltimore, crews hustle to clear downtown streets
    With the Grand Prix of Baltimore over, workers were taking down fences, removing safety barriers and opening streets Monday with the goal of restoring the flow of traffic through Downtown Baltimore in time for the Tuesday morning commute. By 5 a.m....
  • Lunch for $10 or less: Mex

    Lunch for $10 or less: Mex
    Down at Power Plant Live, Mex is now the old man on the block. The block has changed. While the opening of new establishments like Tatu, Joe Squared, Leinenkugel's Beer Garden and Kettle Hill have raised the wattage on the Power Plant scene, Mex, to...