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  • Traffic: Accident on I-83 south near Ruxton Road

    Traffic: Accident on I-83 south near Ruxton Road
    As of 9 a.m. Wednesday, traffic was slow on I-83 southbound near Ruxton Road in Baltimore County due to an accident. Accidents were slowing traffic on U.S. 50 eastbound near Cape St. Claire Road in Anne Arundel County, Patterson Avenue at Liberty Road...
  • More speed cameras

    Our mayor, the Hon. Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, is asking some people to look into why Baltimore's revenues from speed cameras are remarkably higher than in surrounding jurisdictions. I'm not a task force, but I have a good idea why: People in Baltimore are...
  • Village Learning Place building 'Little Free Libraries'

    Village Learning Place building 'Little Free Libraries'
    Starting in spring 2013, Charles Village residents might be seeing five boxes that look like oversized birdhouses in public places. But the boxes aren't for the birds — and neither is a global project to promote reading and literacy by filling...
  • A 'classical revolution' is spreading in Baltimore

    A 'classical revolution' is spreading in Baltimore
    It was a quiet night for a revolution. People at the bar in Joe Squared Station North sat huddled over drinks and conversations. Folks occasionally strolled in to pick up pizza orders or headed to dining tables in the back. Few even glanced at the...
  • 'Bus Stop' at Spotlighters is worth the layover

    William Inge's "Bus Stop" was the very first play staged at the Audrey Herman Spotlighters Theatre in 1962, so it's fitting that its new production of "Bus Stop" recently had its opening night 50 years to the day of that theater-opening production's...
  • Former Turnbull house in Guilford on annual House and Garden Pilgrimage tour

    Former Turnbull house in Guilford on annual House and Garden Pilgrimage tour
    For 32 years after noted artist Grace Turnbull died in 1976, the house that she built in Guilford in 1928 sat empty, except for a few erstwhile renters — and some squirrels in the roof. Then, in 2008, manufacturing executive Douglas Hamilton III...
  • New U.S. rules seek cleaner gasoline

    New U.S. rules seek cleaner gasoline
    The Obama administration is expected to propose new rules today that would slash the amount of sulfur in gasoline, one of the most significant steps the administration can take this term toward cutting air pollution, people with knowledge of the...
  • Mary Aitken, music teacher

    Mary Aitken, music teacher
    Mary Aitken, a retired switchboard operator who taught music in Baltimore public schools, died of Alzheimer's disease March 28 at her home in the Ridervale section of Riderwood in Baltimore County. She was 89. Born Mary Wootsey Derr in Roanoke, Va., she...
  • Cathedral of the Incarnation group walks three miles on Palm Sunday

    Cathedral of the Incarnation group walks three miles on Palm Sunday
    The 10th annual Blessing of the City was the first for the Episcopal Cathedral of the Incarnation. But the University Parkway church made its presence known in a memorable debut on Palm Sunday, which marks the beginning of Holy Week for Christians....
  • 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...
  • 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...