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  • Jesse Wong's Kitchen closes in Hunt Valley

    Jesse Wong's Kitchen closes in Hunt Valley
    Jesse Wong's Kitchen has closed at Hunt Valley Town Centre. "Jesse Wong’s Kitchen closed on May 31 after 10 successful years of doing business in Hunt Valley Towne Centre," Michelle Schiffer, a mall spokeswoman, confirmed via an email.¬† The 6,...
  • Show your glow: tips for summer skin care

    Show your glow: tips for summer skin care
    Summertime is skin time. And whether you plan to bare a little or a lot this season, it simply won't do to hit the beach and barbecues with parched, ashy, reddened or rough skin. And those aren't the only problems caused by winter's chill. Dr. Robert...
  • Hereford senior collects used equipment, donates it to Baltimore rec councils

    Hereford senior collects used equipment, donates it to Baltimore rec councils
    This summer is a great time to sort though the kids' sports equipment that's gathering dust in garages, attics and closets. But what to do with that extra soccer ball, the too-small baseball bat or the basketball that's no longer dribbled? Think...
  • 26th Street residents return, though block remains construction zone

    26th Street residents return, though block remains construction zone
    Normalcy remained elusive for the residents of the Charles Village block that collapsed in April even as they came back home this week. Construction still hums outside as workers rebuild East 26th Street and the wall that held it above adjacent...
  • Our picks for summer fun

    Our picks for summer fun
    Once summer break begins, boredom can set in. Before the whining starts, we’ve come up with a list of activities proven with local families. Because there are two kinds of fun we search for during Maryland’s summer – in the shade and...
  • 1st Mariner buyers win regulatory approval

    1st Mariner buyers win regulatory approval
    The investors buying 1st Mariner Bank said Monday that they've received the regulatory approvals they need and expect to close on the deal as soon as next week, turning the page on the Baltimore institution's most tumultuous chapter. The purchasers &#...
  • Longtime Maryvale Prep English teacher retires after 34 years

    Longtime Maryvale Prep English teacher retires after 34 years
    Carol Malone has been molding minds for generations at Maryvale Preparatory School. At 67, she is retiring after 34 years teaching at the all-girls Catholic school in Towson, 30 as chairwoman of the English department. Evidence that she will be missed...
  • Once a NICU baby, now she'll walk in fundraiser for GBMC

    Once a NICU baby, now she'll walk in fundraiser for GBMC
    Mandy Standiford was working at her desk in Hunt Valley earlier this spring when she saw a flier for Greater Baltimore Medical Center's Father's Day 5k Run and 1-mile Fun Walk on June 14 She'd never heard of the race and wasn't the sort of person to...
  • Compass Pointe Healthcare building Balto. Co. headquarters

    Compass Pointe Healthcare building Balto. Co. headquarters
    A company that runs health care facilities for seniors in 17 states across the country is building its new headquarters in Baltimore County. Compass Pointe Healthcare System expects to finish construction of the four-story building at the Bare Hills...
  • Bel Air fire company members subjects of documentary

    Bel Air fire company members subjects of documentary
    Members of the Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company are the stars of an online documentary series, whose executive producer is pounding the pavement to get it on television. "It's everything that's still right with this country," Rick Otenasek said of the...
  • Maryland adds 9,300 jobs in April, Labor Dept. says

    Maryland adds 9,300 jobs in April, Labor Dept. says
    Maryland gained 9,300 jobs in April as businesses threw off the paralyzing effects of the frigid winter, according to federal estimates released Friday. The state's unemployment rate inched down to 5.5 percent as more Marylanders got back to work, the U....
  • Gains from Super Bowl and Olympics boost Sinclair's revenue

    Gains from Super Bowl and Olympics boost Sinclair's revenue
    Sinclair Broadcast Group boosted profit and revenue in the first quarter, citing better-than-expected spending on political advertising, strong gains from Super Bowl and Olympics ads, and lower expenses at many of the company's television stations. The...