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  • Suspect in Christmas beating arrested, released

    Suspect in Christmas beating arrested, released
    Baltimore police have charged a man in the Christmas Day beating of Kenni Shaw, though it was not announced for several days as the city's gay community remained on edge amid fears of violence. Shaw says he was attacked because he is gay, though police...
  • Rev. James R. LeVeque, Episcopal priest

    Rev. James R. LeVeque, Episcopal priest
    The Rev. James R. LeVeque, a retired Episcopal priest and mathematics instructor, died of kidney failure Saturday at Keswick Multi-Care Center. The Charles Village resident was 81. Born in Cassopolis, Mich., he attended the Howe Military School in Howe,...
  • Head off the well-worn path for classical-music options in Baltimore

    Head off the well-worn path for classical-music options in Baltimore
    With all the usual fresh-look-forward talk prompted by the new year, it's a good time to consider broadening your musical horizons to include performances presented by groups that might have been off your radar. Baltimore is not just fortunate to have...
  • PSC holds first hearing on BGE request to raise rates

    PSC holds first hearing on BGE request to raise rates
    State regulators considering Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.'s request for higher rates will hear this week and next from the people least likely to agree: BGE's ratepayers. So far, though, the volume is hardly deafening: Only one person spoke Monday...
  • Dr. Ellen G. McDaniel, psychiatrist

    Dr. Ellen G. McDaniel, whose distinguished career in psychiatry spanned more than 40 years and influenced patients, medical students and even juries, died of lung cancer Thursday at her home in Highland. She was 71. The former Ellen Garb was raised in...
  • Public hearings to begin on BGE rate-increase case

    Public hearings to begin on BGE rate-increase case
    Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. customers with opinions about the utility's request for higher rates can air them at public hearings beginning Monday. BGE wants to increase its distribution charges about $6.62 a month for the typical residential electric...
  • Guilford ready to ring in New Year with its centennial celebrations

    Guilford ready to ring in New Year with its centennial celebrations
    Guilford's collective New Year's resolution is to get through the most eventful year in the North Baltimore neighborhood's history. 2013 is Guilford's centennial year, and the community is going all out to celebrate — well into 2014 — with...
  • MARC tickets to Inauguration Day go on sale Dec. 17

    MARC tickets to Inauguration Day go on sale Dec. 17
    Train tickets for MARC service to the presidential Inauguration Day will go on sale at 8 a.m. on Dec. 17, the Maryland Transit Administration announced. All MARC trains on Jan. 21 will require advance tickets, which cost $25 each. Orders are limited to...
  • Man convicted of hitting, killing JHU student asks for new trial

    Man convicted of hitting, killing JHU student asks for new trial
    Thomas Lee Meighan Jr., convicted last year of hitting and killing a Johns Hopkins University student with his car, asked a Baltimore circuit judge Thursday to let him take back his guilty plea and go to trial, arguing that he did not know about some...
  • Acme Corporation premieres 'Office Ladies'

    Acme Corporation premieres 'Office Ladies'
    Well before the first performance last week of Lola Pierson's latest work, "Office Ladies," it was advertised as a "hit play." That's the sort of cheekiness you might expect from a young, DIY-type theater company that calls itself the Acme Corporation,...
  • Hopkins pledges $10 million for neighborhoods

    Hopkins pledges $10 million for neighborhoods
    The Johns Hopkins University pledged Thursday to spend $10 million over the next five years to strengthen and stabilize neighborhoods near its North Baltimore campus. "The interests of our neighbors — safe streets, the elimination of blighted...
  • 2 more city speed cameras issuing erroneous tickets

    2 more city speed cameras issuing erroneous tickets
    The speed camera ticket that Baltimore City issued to John Slingluff last summer said he was speeding, yet the evidence says he was closer to stopping than to breaking the law. The citation alleged that his Chevrolet sport utility vehicle was headed...