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  • New members appointed to city school board

    New members appointed to city school board
    Three new members were appointed to the Baltimore City school board, Gov. Martin O'Malley and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced Tuesday. In a release, the officials announced that Cheryl A. Casciani will begin July 1, and Anthony A. Hamilton...
  • Ryan Flaherty will start for Alexi Casilla, who's still out with finger injury

    Ryan Flaherty will start for Alexi Casilla, who's still out with finger injury
    Second baseman Alexi Casilla continues to improve from the finger injury he suffered Sunday at Tampa Bay, but he is once again out of the lineup with Ryan Flaherty earning the start Wednesday against the Los Angeles Angels. “It still hurts a...
  • Janet Garrity

    Janet Garrity
    Janet Virginia Garrity, who enrolled in college at age 47 and went on to earn a master's degree in social work, died of heart disease Tuesday at Brightview Assisted Living in Towson. She was 81 and lived in Salisbury. Born Janet Virginia Green in...
  • One killed, five wounded in separate Baltimore shootings

    One killed, five wounded in separate Baltimore shootings
    One man was killed and five others were wounded in three separate shootings in Northeast Baltimore that began early Wednesday morning, according to Baltimore Police. Three people were injured in a daytime shooting in the 4300 block of Southern Avenue...
  • Domino's opens 'Pizza Theater' carryout in Hamilton

    Domino's opens 'Pizza Theater' carryout in Hamilton
    Domino's Pizza still delivers. But more and more, customers want to stop in and pick up a pizza to go. It's those "pick up" customers – whose orders now make up about a third of the delivery chain's $7.4 billion in sales – that Domino’...
  • Cars egged in Aberdeen, Bel Air [Harford police blotter]

    Aberdeen Maryland State Police and Sheriff's Office reports: Jeffrey Rose, 22, of the first block of Roosevelt Avenue, was charged Friday with possessing marijuana and possessing drugs with intent to distribute. Dwayne Andre McGill, 21, of the 500...
  • Death penalty repeal survives test in Senate

    Death penalty repeal survives test in Senate
    The governor's bill to repeal Maryland's death penalty survived a key vote Friday in the state Senate. After an emotional debate, senators voted 27-19 to defeat an amendment that would have kept capital punishment for murders committed along with other...
  • No apologies for Baltimore

    There was a flutter on Facebook yesterday over an article about Baltimore. A newspaper of some repute had engaged a writer with low esteem for the city to venture here and write about his discoveries. He followed a familiar pattern: Writer from the...
  • Baltimore County announces plans to use Spring Grove property as regional park in Catonsville

    The 8.8-acre site that includes the Hamilton Building on the campus of the Spring Grove Hospital Center has been declared surplus by Maryland Assistant Secretary of Planning Linda Janey, according to a press release from Baltimore County. That...
  • Virginia T. 'Ginny' Dobry, Patterson Park activist

    Virginia T. "Ginny" Dobry, a neighborhood activist who was also described as "Patterson Park's one-woman Welcome Wagon," died Sunday from a brain tumor at her North Kenwood Avenue home. She was 79. "Ginny was such a wonderful person. She made...
  • Artists assemble!

    Greg LaRocque has been drawing comic books for more than 30 years, part of a love affair with the medium that dates to 1961, when Marvel's Fantastic Four first appeared on newsstands. Michael Bracco, on the other hand, didn't start appreciating comics...
  • Matt Porterfield's new movie accepted into Sundance Film Festival

    Matt Porterfield's new movie accepted into Sundance Film Festival
    "I Used to be Darker," the latest movie from Baltimore's Matt Porterfield, will be shown at January's Sundance Film Festival, organizers announced Wednesday. "I was in a bit of a state of shock," said Porterfield, who was on a return bus trip from New...