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  • Richard P. Healy, environmental engineer

    Richard P. Healy, environmental engineer
    Richard P. Healy, an environmental engineer whose career with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency spanned more than three decades, died Saturday of esophageal cancer at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. The longtime Hamilton...
  • Snow winding down with 3-6 inches on the ground, as temperatures plunge

    Snow winding down with 3-6 inches on the ground, as temperatures plunge
    Snow was tapering off by late morning in Baltimore and points north and west, expected to end with 3-6 inches of accumulation around the region. A blast of cold air was meanwhile moving in behind the storm. Snowfall totals included 5.5 inches in...
  • Happy animals, local meat

    Happy animals, local meat
    Even in frigid weather, Ginger Myers' pigs are happy. "As cold as it gets, the pigs are out there, snorting and playing like kids bundled up and running around," says the owner of Evermore Farm, a family-owned livestock and produce farm in Westminster....
  • Mount St. Joe's Kyle Doran suspended one game after hard foul in Sunday's MIAA A title game

    Mount St. Joe's Kyle Doran suspended one game after hard foul in Sunday's MIAA A title game
    Mount St. Joseph senior forward Kyle Doran received a one-game suspension after his flagrant foul in the closing seconds of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship game Sunday against St. Frances. Doran -- who was...
  • Don't leave charter schools behind [Commentary]

    Don't leave charter schools behind [Commentary]
    The people of Baltimore care about inequity. We think about what is fair and right, and together, we have come up with some great solutions to some of the disparities we see in our city. The Baltimore Education Coalition, the ACLU, Baltimoreans United...
  • Man, 59, shot in head in Northeast Baltimore Wednesday

    Man, 59, shot in head in Northeast Baltimore Wednesday
    A 59-year-old man was severely injured when he was shot in the head in Northeast Baltimore's Hamilton Hills neighborhood Wednesday evening, police said. The man, who investigators say was shot in the 2400 block of Pickering Dr., walked into to an area...
  • Edwards calls for 7 city schools to close

    Edwards calls for 7 city schools to close
    Baltimore schools interim CEO Tisha Edwards announced a sweeping plan Tuesday that would close seven schools in June, including struggling programs that originally were slated to stay open and undergo renovations. The recommendations, which include...
  • WBAL-TV adding new anchor

    WBAL-TV adding new anchor
    WBAL-TV is bringing in a new anchorman next month, and that will mean change in one of the most stable weekday news lineups in the country. Jason Newton, a Baltimore native and 36-year-old anchorman at WISN-TV in Milwaukee, will join WBAL next week...
  • Copper downspouts stolen from Forest Hill home [Police blotter]

    Aberdeen Matthew Steven Allen, 33, of the 300 block of Stevens Circle, was arrested Thursday on a bench warrant in a case in which he was charged with theft less than $1,000. Items were possibly stolen from a house Thursday in the 600 block of South...
  • Love of the instrument inspires Parkville-based Baltimore Flute Choir

    Love of the instrument inspires Parkville-based Baltimore Flute Choir
    Teenagers may pick up the guitar, but love of the flute is usually born in childhood. Just ask Laura Weatherington, a founder of the Baltimore Flute Choir. "According to my grandfather, I started at age 3. But I don't know if that's true. He told a...
  • Baltimore filmmakers to be spotlighted at New York's Museum of Modern Art

    Baltimore filmmakers to be spotlighted at New York's Museum of Modern Art
    The "Diner" guys, Tracy Turnblad and the moody teens of Hamilton will be basking in the New York spotlight this month, thanks to a Museum of Modern Art exhibition focusing on the works of Baltimore filmmakers Barry Levinson, John Waters and Matt...
  • Peaceful snow, hectic holidays

    Peaceful snow, hectic holidays
    Those sappy carols have it all wrong. "Let it Snow" and "White Christmas" and all the rest lead us to think snow makes this time of year more magical. But in reality, nothing messes up holiday plans in Baltimore like a good snowfall. Churches and...