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  • Don't ruin your tires - hoof it to The Avenue for March events [Hampden]

    Springtime is slowly creeping into Hampden, so you know what that means? You guessed it! The return of water pipe obstructions. And since this is a neighborhood-wide, much needed infrastructure upgrade, you can bet it's coming soon to a block near you....
  • Police blood drive honors wounded sergeant

    Police blood drive honors wounded sergeant
    More than 100 area law enforcement officers, firefighters, police retirees and others donated blood Wednesday at an American Red Cross blood drive honoring wounded Baltimore police Sgt. Keith Mcneill. The drive was held at the Fraternal Order of...
  • New luxury theater and bistro planned for Rotunda

    New luxury theater and bistro planned for Rotunda
    The dinner-and-a-movie concept is coming to north Baltimore. Hekemian & Co. has signed a long-term lease with Cobb Theatres to open CineBistro, a luxury seven-screen movie theatre with upscale dining at the redeveloped Rotunda mall. Cobb Theatres...
  • City zoning board deals a setback to Hampden development

    City zoning board deals a setback to Hampden development
    Baltimore City's zoning board sent a developer back to the drawing board March 25, denying setback variances for proposed townhouses on the site of a former home for unwed mothers in Hampden. The Municipal Zoning and Appeals Board voted 3-0 not to grant...
  • Eufrosyne Cavacos Breskow, real estate agent

    Eufrosyne Cavacos Breskow, real estate agent
    Eufrosyne Cavacos Breskow, a retired real estate sales agent and design gallery owner, died of stroke complications March 18 at Dove House in Westminster. The former Roland Park and Mount Vernon resident was 85. Born in Baltimore and raised in Hampden,...
  • Sonar nightclub owner sentenced to 10 years in $14.5 million marijuana operation

    Sonar nightclub owner sentenced to 10 years in $14.5 million marijuana operation
    The owner of Baltimore's Sonar nightclub was sentenced Thursday to 10 years in prison for his role in supervising a drug dealing and money laundering operation, federal prosecutors announced. Daniel Gerard McIntosh, 38, of Sparks, was part of a large...
  • Horseshoe Casino holds job fair in Govans area

    Horseshoe Casino holds job fair in Govans area
    When Horseshoe Casino Baltimore events manager Tijuana Plant did an advance walk-through of a planned job fair site at the Northern Community Action Center in Govans on March 13, the chosen meeting room at the small center was simply that: a bare-bones...
  • Don't zone liquor stores out of business [Letter]

    Don't zone liquor stores out of business [Letter]
    In response to the Jan 13th article, "Key councilman says city shouldn't zone long time liquor stores out of business" (Jan. 13) I would like to say that I strongly agree with Councilman Ed Reisinger. I am a long-time resident (over 30 years) of Charles...
  • Annapolis to Royal Farms: no deli, no dice for City Dock property

    Annapolis to Royal Farms: no deli, no dice for City Dock property
    Royal Farms is appealing a decision by Annapolis officials that put a halt to the company's plan to move into a historic building at City Dock. The company has sought to open a delicatessen at the former site of Stevens Hardware at 142 Dock St., but city...
  • At De Kleine Duivel, Belgian beer finds a home

    At De Kleine Duivel, Belgian beer finds a home
    For years, De Kleine Duivel was a phantom. Owner Paul Kopchinski first announced his plans to open a Belgian beer bar in the spring of 2010, but over time and for various reasons, he watched his first two locations fall through. But at the end of last...
  • North Baltimore copes fine with the snow

    North Baltimore copes fine with the snow
    Tiny Grano Pasta Bar was open for business as usual Thursday, despite a snow storm that dumped an estimated 10 inches on Hampden and north Baltimore. The hole-in-the-wall restaurant on The Avenue, known for its authentic Italian cooking, dug out early...
  • Talking trash in Baltimore [Commentary]

    Talking trash in Baltimore [Commentary]
    A used diaper, a half-eaten banana and a ripped shirt. The significance of these three items could be anything, depending on the person. But for me, these random objects represent a glimpse of the trash that could be littering my neighborhood at any given...