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  • Patterson Park's annual sunset wine tasting on Thursday

    Patterson Park's annual sunset wine tasting on Thursday
    The Friends of Patterson Park are holding their 8th annual Wine Tasting at Sunset event on Thursday night around the historic Marble Fountain and Pagoda. Wine tastings and food samplings are coming from Chesapeake Wine Co., DiPasquale's, Bistro Rx, V-...
  • After Patterson Park 'melee,' resident pushes for documentation

    Joanna Sullivan knows what she saw Saturday night as she and her husband peered through the window of their home overlooking Patterson Park - more than 20 youths involved in a "melee" on the tennis courts. But police statistics and incidents reports won'...
  • Group ranks Baltimore's parks 15th in nation

    Group ranks Baltimore's parks 15th in nation
    Baltimore's historic park system ranks 15th among the nation's 40 largest cities in a new rating released Wednesday, which credits the city's foresight in carving out public spaces over the past two centuries but faults its more recent leadership for...
  • 7-Eleven flash mob -- petty larceny or more serious robbery?

    7-Eleven flash mob -- petty larceny or more serious robbery?
    The police report describes what appears to be a serious crime — a youth mob rushes a downtown 7-Eleven to capitalize on a free Slurpee promotion, steals candy, punches the store owner and possibly takes an envelope from his pocket filled with $6,...
  • Hudson's Corner: $10 million for club land is a lot of money, but it buys peace of mind

    It was almost deja vu. Tuesday, May 22 was the annual meeting of the Roland Park Civic League. Many of the same people who spoke at the October 2008, standing-room-only meeting at Roland Park Elementary/Middle School, spoke there again: Civic League...
  • Four dead, six injured in spate of shootings in city

    Four dead, six injured in spate of shootings in city
    Baltimore police are investigating yet another spate of violence that has left four people dead and six others wounded by gunfire since early Monday. The shootings were scattered about the city, and include the owner of a Northeast Baltimore sub and...
  • Violent spate of city shootings raises concern of crime spike

    Violent spate of city shootings raises concern of crime spike
    As the sun waned Tuesday afternoon in Northeast Baltimore, 51-year-old Stephanie Yancey held back tears as she placed flowers, balloons and a teddy bear in front of Sully's Seafood & Subs on Belair Road, across the street from her home. A day earlier,...
  • The Patuxent River's unsatisfied man

    The Patuxent River's unsatisfied man
    If Maryland is "America in Miniature," then the Patuxent River is the linkage for that miniature America. It is the largest and longest river whose watershed lies completely within the state. It traverses dense woodlands and farm villages of the Piedmont,...
  • 25 years on, Bernie's still looking for his feet

    25 years on, Bernie's still looking for his feet
    As a young man in the 1960s, Bernie Fowler recalls he could wade chest deep into the Patuxent River and still see his toes as he netted crabs.  But the clarity of his beloved river plummeted over the years, along with the vitality of the rest of the...
  • Bernie goes deep in 25th Patuxent wade-in

    Bernie goes deep in 25th Patuxent wade-in
    Bernie Fowler evidently found the faintest glimmer of hope Sunday in his 25th annual Patuxent River wade-in.  The Associated Press reports the former Calvert County state senator and friends made it 35 inches deep into the river at Jefferson-Patterson...
  • Baltimore-area home sales rose 13 percent in May

    Baltimore-area home sales rose 13 percent in May
    Home sales ratcheted up in May even as buying choices continued to shrink in the Baltimore area, leaving sellers with more leverage than they've had in five years — at least for now. The number of homes changing hands in the metro area rose 13...
  • 10 ways to commemorate the War of 1812

    10 ways to commemorate the War of 1812
    How considerate of the British, to attack Baltimore in 1814 and thus give Baltimoreans, two centuries later, ample excuse to hold a two-year celebration. As you may have heard by now, Baltimore is kicking off its bicentennial celebration of the War of...