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  • Four plead guilty in woman's abduction, torture, and attempted murder

    Four people pleaded guilty Monday for their role in the abduction and torture of a 19-year-old woman left for dead in a vacant home in East Baltimore in 2010, prosecutors said.  The woman was snatched from a motel in March 2010, and taken to the...
  • Four city rec centers to close

    Four Baltimore recreation centers will shut down for good at the end of the summer as part of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's strategy to target limited funds to improve some centers while closing others, officials said Tuesday. The four centers, all in...
  • Couple aims to conquer 14th annual sculpture race in Amish buggy

    Couple aims to conquer 14th annual sculpture race in Amish buggy
    The smell of spray paint filled the air on April 26 and the black buggy looked as if it would be more at home in Pennsylvania Dutch country than at the end of an Arbutus driveway. Wearing work clothes and a bandanna around his head, 39-year-old Phillip...
  • Bromo Tower arts and entertainment district proposal moves forward

    Bromo Tower arts and entertainment district proposal moves forward
    A large swath of downtown Baltimore's west side would become the city's third state-designated arts and entertainment district, and the state's 20th, if Maryland economic development officials approve a city application designed to strengthen the area....
  • Man shot trying to rob Baltimore store in Woodberry; another shot in East Baltimore

    Man shot trying to rob Baltimore store in Woodberry; another shot in East Baltimore
    Baltimore police are investigating two shootings that occurred Wednesday night, including a man who was shot in the chest while robbing a store north of Druid Hill Park in the Woodberry neighborhood. Few details of that shooting were available this...
  • Simon P. 'Sy' Jarosinski Jr., engineer

    Simon P. 'Sy' Jarosinski Jr., engineer
    Simon Paul "Sy" Jarosinski Jr., a retired aeronautical engineer and former member of the Baltimore County Liquor Board, died April 30 of ischemic cardiomyopathy at his Timonium home. He was 90. The son of a Baltimore City councilman and a homemaker, Mr....
  • Kinetic Sculpture Race participants show mettle with their pedals

    Kinetic Sculpture Race participants show mettle with their pedals
    Seven Arbutus Middle School students participated in the 14th annual Kinetic Sculpture Race in Baltimore for the first time May 5 and the school is already making plans for a return. Sunday's event kicked off at Federal Hill in Baltimore with a field...
  • Baltimore Healthy baby campaign to continue with $1 million grant

    Baltimore Healthy baby campaign to continue with $1 million grant
    A Baltimore campaign to reduce the city's high rate of infant mortality got a $1 million boost Wednesday that will enable it to continue its efforts. CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield awarded the renewal grant to sustain the B'more for Healthy Babies...
  • Dr. Norman I. Zipper, optometrist

    Dr. Norman I. Zipper, optometrist
    Dr. Norman I. Zipper, a retired Baltimore optometrist active in the Jewish community, died of renal failure May 12 at his Pikesville home. He was 89. Born in East Baltimore and raised on South Ann Street, he was a 1940 City College graduate. As a young...
  • In Towson, Bike to Work Day gathers 'spokes-people' for growing commuter option

    In Towson, Bike to Work Day gathers 'spokes-people' for growing commuter option
    It was part of the normal morning routine for many, but an out-of-the-ordinary vision for many others who came to the County Courthouse plaza in Towson on Friday morning. Dozens of bikers who work in downtown Towson congregated as a part of Bike to...
  • Baltimore homeowner almost ends up in tax sale after city loses check

    Kristina Suson's home wasn't part of the city's tax sale Monday, but it was a close call. Baltimore places liens on properties for unpaid property taxes, water bills and other municipal debts, then puts the liens up for auction every spring —...
  • 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-...