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  • City to raise rates at parking garages

    City to raise rates at parking garages
    Baltimore officials hope to draw more money from city-owned garages downtown, raising rates at garages on Caroline, Baltimore and West streets while adding a new monthly overnight plan at the St. Paul Street garage. The city's Board of Estimates is set...
  • Marianna I. Burt, lawyer

    Marianna I. Burt, lawyer
    Marianna Inga Burt, an attorney who represented children, died of cardiovascular disease March 12 at Union Memorial Hospital. She was 80 and lived in the Tuscany-Canterbury section of North Baltimore. Born Marianna Koenig in Hoganas, Sweden, she was...
  • Hopkins to develop retail-residential project on vacant lot in Charles Village

    Hopkins to develop retail-residential project on vacant lot in Charles Village
    Johns Hopkins University is doing what Struever Bros., Eccles & Rouse couldn't — developing a vacant lot in Charles Village. Struever Bros. once planned to build The Olmsted, an $83 million, mixed-use development of condominiums, stores and a...
  • Freshii closes Light Street store

    Freshii closes Light Street store
    The Freshii on Light Street downtown has closed. The other Baltimore location, on St. Paul Street in Charles Village, will remain open, the company says. "Closing a restaurant is never something we want to do,'" said Freshii project manager Mia Jacobs...
  • R. Gayle Layfield, Friends official

    R. Gayle Layfield, Friends official
    R. Gayle Layfield, a retired Friends School official who worked in fundraising, died of cancer Feb. 1 at her North Baltimore home. She was 64. Born Ruth Gayle Layfield in Richmond, Va., she was a 1966 graduate of the Collegiate School, where she was...
  • Ravens parade crowds overwhelm light rail, jam traffic

    Ravens parade crowds overwhelm light rail, jam traffic
    The Maryland Transit Administration is experiencing "massive delays" on local bus lines and the light rail system, a result of thousands of football fans attending the Baltimore Ravens parade and breaking through barricades controlling their routes...
  • Midtown Potbelly Sandwich Shop opens Tuesday

    Midtown Potbelly Sandwich Shop opens Tuesday
    The Potbelly Sandwich Shop on Charles and Biddle streets that passersbys have been gaping at is opening Tuesday. Potbelly, which promotes itself as a "mealtime hangout spot," has existing Baltimore locations in the Inner Harbor and Downtown West as well...
  • New trial denied for man who killed Hopkins student with car

    New trial denied for man who killed Hopkins student with car
    A Baltimore Circuit Court judge has denied a new trial for Thomas Lee Meighan Jr., the man convicted of hitting and killing a Johns Hopkins University student in 2009, according to online records. Meighan, 42, pleaded guilty to hitting 20-year-old...
  • 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...