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  • Pages from the Past: Typhoid fever cases increase and concern grows in 1912

    An article in the Feb. 3, 1912 edition of The Argus reported health officials are investigating the source of a typhoid fever that has stricken more in the area. With two more cases of typhoid reported, bringing the total up to 10, Health Officer West is...
  • Appeals court dismisses challenges to city's approval of 25th Street Station

    The state's second-highest court has thrown out appeals of two lawsuits that challenge Baltimore City's approval of a planned unit development for 25th Street Station, a proposed shopping center in Remington, which would be anchored by Walmart. The...
  • Giant to buy two Fresh & Green's supermarkets in Baltimore

    Giant to buy two Fresh & Green's supermarkets in Baltimore
    North Baltimore is losing the grocery store that replaced a Superfresh only seven months ago. The Fresh & Green's supermarket on 41st Street in the Hampden neighborhood will be acquired by Giant Foods. Giant will close its store in the nearby Rotunda...
  • Residents given chance to balance Baltimore's budget

    Residents given chance to balance Baltimore's budget
    Mike McGuire, one of the organizers of the Occupy Baltimore protests, left a city-sponsored public budget workshop Saturday morning feeling about as disappointed as a grass-roots activist can feel. The 39-year-old Hampden resident had spent weeks...
  • Dreams of redevelopment fade for some Rotunda merchants

    Dreams of redevelopment fade for some Rotunda merchants
    Shabir Malik is still waiting for "the good times" to return to the Rotunda. Malik, a restaurateur, said he and fellow merchants have held out hope for the long-delayed redevelopment of the half-empty shopping center in the Roland Park area. But their...
  • ATF sting nabs another group of would-be home invasion suspects

    They met three times at Penn Station to discuss the robbery of a cartel's drug stash house, then on Thursday, strapped with handguns, gathered at a 7-11 in Hampden for a last-minute rendezvous before carrying out the plot, according to court documents....
  • Chad Gauss leaves City Cafe, will open Hampden restaurant

    Chad Gauss leaves City Cafe, will open Hampden restaurant
    Chad Gauss has left the City Cafe. His last night as the Mount Vernon restaurant's executive chef was Saturday. Gauss will be opening his own restaurant in the old Hampden Food Market. The 3,000 square-foot restaurant, to be named the Food Market, will...
  • A Giant letdown for Rotunda shoppers

    A Giant letdown for Rotunda shoppers
    "I think it's awful," declared retired Baltimore Sun reporter Eric Siegel, 62, coming out of the soon-to-close Giant Food store in Hampden's Rotunda mall, a half-block from his house. "I think it's going to be really hard for the neighborhood." "I'm very...
  • Rotunda deal pushes redevelopment forward

    Rotunda deal pushes redevelopment forward
    After years of impasse, a behind-the-scenes deal between Giant Food and Rotunda owner Hekemian & Co. could make long-awaited redevelopment of the mall in Hampden a reality. In an agreement inked last week, New Jersey-based Hekemian agreed to let Giant...
  • Best week ever: Baltimore events, music, TV and more

    Best week ever: Baltimore events, music, TV and more
    Plan your week with our guide to everything going on 12/26-1/1. NOTABLE TV MONDAY You Deserve It (season finale; 9 p.m.; ABC) Rizzoli & Isles (season finale; 10 p.m.; TNT) TUESDAY Best in the Business (series debut; 8 p.m.; Discovery) Texas Multi Mamas...
  • Miracle on 34th Street gets suburbanites over aversion to the city

    I hate to admit it. But here it is. I'm one of those county residents who rarely goes into Baltimore City. Some years ago my husband and I were traveling on Charles Street on a Sunday afternoon when we were accosted by a group of teens blocking an...
  • Bar review: 15 years in, Holy Frijoles is sly, vivacious

    Bar review: 15 years in, Holy Frijoles is sly, vivacious
    After a bar has been around for a while, it's easy to take it for granted. This year, three Baltimore bars that have been in business for over a decade marked major anniversaries: Brewer's Art turned 15 and Max's 25. These two bars are hardly taken for...