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  • Hopkins Bayview to open health center aimed at Latino community

    Hopkins Bayview to open health center aimed at Latino community
    As the Hispanic community in Baltimore boomed in the last decade, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center responded by adding health programs to meet the population's unique needs. Now the East Baltimore center is bringing all its past efforts —...
  • Man shot in Fells Point area in Baltimore

    Man shot in Fells Point area in Baltimore
    A man was shot in the head in the Fells Point neighborhood of Baltimore on Thursday night and was found in the intersection of Eastern Avenue and South Broadway, near the bar district, police said. Police said the man was shot in the 200 block of...
  • Gems of the local theater scene extend to the county

    I agree wholeheartedly with Linda Allman that there are some very worthwhile small theaters in Baltimore City ("The show goes on," July 6). My husband and I have attended some memorable productions through the years at Fells Point, The Vagaband,...
  • BGE to host meeting on Southeast Baltimore outages

    BGE to host meeting on Southeast Baltimore outages
    The cause of days-long power outages in Southeast Baltimore earlier this summer and the work by Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. to prevent future problems will be discussed at a public meeting hosted by BGE officials in Fells Point on Monday, according...
  • Harbor Point developer to buy project's city-issued bonds

    Harbor Point developer to buy project's city-issued bonds
    The developer of Harbor Point plans to buy the initial offering of city-issued bonds for the $1.8 billion project, accruing millions in interest from the controversial public financing deal, city officials confirmed Thursday. Developer Michael S. Beatty'...
  • TreeKeepers program grows with Tuscany-Canterbury tree survey

    TreeKeepers program grows with Tuscany-Canterbury tree survey
    Picking up where their TreeKeepers classes left off, residents of Tuscany-Canterbury have begun a survey of the estimated 200 "street" trees in the leafy neighborhood. "We want to be the first neighborhood (in the city) to do a complete, thorough...
  • 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...
  • Hampden gets its own old-fashioned ice cream parlor

    Laura and David Alima opened their Hampden ice cream shop, The Charmery, on Saturday. The Charmery serves the Alimas' hand-crafted, made-on-premises ice cream in fresh scoops and in sundaes, sodas and milkshakes. The ice-cream menu includes traditional...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Tales from a hunt for the perfect Baltimore home

    Tales from a hunt for the perfect Baltimore home
    Cindy Cowman is just the type of person Baltimore officials want to woo: an empty-nester living in the suburbs, looking for an urban lifestyle and willing to invest in an older home. "I wanted to be in the city, with a high walkability score and a lot of...
  • Sun's theater coverage deserves four stars

    Sun's theater coverage deserves four stars
    A recent commentary wrongly criticized The Baltimore Sun for not covering local theater ("The show goes on," July 6). In the several decades that I have subscribed to The Sun, I have never seen such wide coverage of theater here as now exists. Going...