| Jun 18, 2013
| 8:59 AM
Baltimore resident Wes Moore has a standout resume. He's a best-selling author, Rhodes scholar and TV show host, and his rising public profile is fueling speculation he may be eyeing a run for political office.
But like many of his fellow city...
| Jun 7, 2013
| 6:19 AM
Traffic moved within city limits without unscheduled road closures at 9:12 a.m., on Friday as the state Department of Transportation reported that an earlier collision that closed all southbound traffic on Interstate 83 in Baltimore had been cleared....
| Jun 9, 2013
| 7:51 PM
What's next for Wes Moore?
In recent months, the best-selling author, Rhodes scholar and TV show host has been attending political events, volunteering in Baltimore's schools, writing op-ed pieces on public policy and talking about government affairs on...
| May 24, 2013
| 11:03 AM
Frances M. Finney, who overcame poverty, earned a college degree and became a city school teacher, died April 19 from heart failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Guilford resident was 82.
Frances Mae Hopkins was born in Baltimore and was...
| Mar 7, 2013
Samuel L. "Sandy" Frank, a retired Baltimore clothing manufacturer executive and World War II veteran, died Feb. 28 from cancer at his Roland Park Place home.
The former longtime Mount Washington resident was 92.
The son of Henry Frank, who headed A....
| Mar 6, 2013
| 9:04 AM
Painter Doug Preston had a scheduled job in Greenspring Valley on Wednesday morning, but his client told him not to come because the house was up a hill and even an inch of snow would make it difficult to reach.
Yet as Preston, of Guilford, went...
| Feb 18, 2013
| 6:47 PM
Maryland's fight to get out of its $52 million exit fee for leaving the Atlantic Coast Conference in 2014 took an unpleasant — but not unexpected — turn Monday when a North Carolina judge refused a motion by the school to drop a lawsuit...
| Aug 22, 2012
| 4:22 AM
Dan Deacon is obsessed with the apocalypse.
From a dilapidated couch in his Station North practice space, the city's most well known electronic musician and composer quickly rattles off grim crises: the United States' "growing military stronghold," drone...
| Feb 25, 2013
| 6:52 PM
If you want to know who in Baltimore benefits most from the homestead property tax credit, look north.
Of the 100 biggest discounts in the city this tax year, more than 75 went to homeowners in and around the wealthy North Baltimore neighborhoods of...
| Feb 6, 2013
| 2:08 PM
Lanny Gans had not heard, until she went to the Roland Park post office Wednesday, that the financially struggling U.S. Postal Service plans to end Saturday service in August, in an effort to save $2 billion a year..
"I hate to see anything like that...
| Feb 8, 2013
| 10:45 AM
Phone and Internet service have been restored to nearly 400 residents in the Guilford and Tuscany-Canterbury area, a Verizon spokeswoman said Saturday.
The area was without service since Monday, when a Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. subcontractor digging...
| Feb 16, 2013
| 11:59 AM
James Gabriel Thompson, a retired savings and loan association president, died of cerebral vascular disease Jan. 29 at Oak Crest Village. The former Guilford resident was 84.
Born in Baltimore and raised in Gwynn Oak, he was the son of Stephen Thompson,...