| Jul 13, 2012
| 11:03 AM
Maryland energy regulators will grill Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. officials on their cleanup after the June 29 derecho storm in a hearing scheduled for Sept. 13.
Eight public hearings will meanwhile take place across the state in August, the...
| Jul 23, 2012
| 9:31 AM
The Maryland Public Service Commission will hold four public hearings in August for residents to share their thoughts on Baltimore Gas & Electric's response to the violent June 29 derecho storm that caused 748,000 customers to lose power — including...
| Dec 28, 2012
| 7:27 AM
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...
| Dec 10, 2012
| 9:16 AM
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...
| Dec 14, 2012
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...
| Dec 7, 2012
| 10:57 AM
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,...
| Dec 6, 2012
| 5:18 PM
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...
| Dec 6, 2012
| 3:24 PM
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...
| Dec 7, 2012
| 3:58 PM
Nearly 1,000 market-rate apartments would be added to downtown Baltimore in the next few years if three projects announced in recent days are completed.
"It seems like it all came to fruition this week, but we've been working for a year, year and a half,...
| Nov 26, 2012
| 4:08 PM
More than a few East Coast buildings contain a Tiffany stained-glass window or two. But one structure in Baltimore can boast much more — a complete interior created by the famed designer, Louis Comfort Tiffany.
St. Mark's Lutheran Church on St....
| Nov 23, 2012
| 12:24 PM
Timothy P. Kline, a retired Baltimore produce vendor, died Nov. 13 of heart disease at his White Hall home. He was 67.
The son of a Domino Sugars supervisor and a homemaker, Timothy Peter Kline was born in Baltimore and raised in Randallstown.
| Nov 21, 2012
| 6:03 PM
A stretch of Charles Street that was damaged and closed after a 90-year-old water main broke beneath it and sent torrents of water downhill two weeks ago was reopened Wednesday night, according to Baltimore's Department of Public Works.