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  • Inner Arbor Trust replaces board member

    Inner Arbor Trust replaces board member
    The Inner Arbor Trust Inc., a corporation that manages the development of Symphony Woods, announced this week that Martin Knott will replace Kent Humphries on the corporation's Board of Directors. Humphries, of Ellicott City, is the senior vice...
  • Maryvale captures IAAM B Conference cross country title

     Maryvale captures IAAM B Conference cross country title
    Before the season and even during the fall campaign, Maryvale coach Jason Miller and his Lions knew that if they were to win the school's first ever Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland cross country title, defending champ Bryn Mawr would be...
  • Display honors veterans at B&O Railroad Museum [Mostly Main Street]

    The B&O Railroad Museum, Ellicott City Station, will be marking Veteran's Day this weekend with a display from the museum's collection of the B&O's involvement in World War II, and of the B&O Railroad Police Department. Items on display include weapons,...
  • John Carroll girls win IAAM Cross Country title

    John Carroll girls win IAAM Cross Country title
    In a performance described as perfect, the John Carroll girls won the IAAM Cross-Country Championship Oct. 30 at Hunt Valley. "The girls ran the perfect team race," John Carroll coach Rob Torres said.  "They got out fast and set the tone.  In the last...
  • Paul H. Trattner, art educator and magician

    Paul H. Trattner, art educator and magician
    Paul H. Trattner, a retired Baltimore public schools art educator and webmaster who was also a noted prestidigitator and popular Santa Claus, died Aug. 28 of heart failure at his Coldspring Newtown home. He was 70. "Paul was a kind, gentle person who was...
  • A year of flux in Baltimore's dining scene

    A year of flux in Baltimore's dining scene
    The year 2013 was, for the most part, a positive one on the Baltimore dining scene, except perhaps for trend-spotters. For every sign, there was a counter-sign. The sudden closing of a restaurant was followed by an unexpected, or at least not highly...
  • Charles Center South sells to L.A. firm

    Charles Center South sells to L.A. firm
    A 25-story tower in downtown's Charles Center complex sold in December for $26.1 million to an Los Angeles company, real estate firm Cassidy Turley announced Tuesday. Cassidy Turley, which listed the 36 S. Charles Street property back in April, said the...
  • Something's happening to local news

    Something's happening to local news
    So far this year, 223 local TV stations have changed hands. This is the biggest wave of media consolidation ever — and it's all happening in small and mid-level markets, involving companies most people have never heard of. Leading this wave is...
  • Sinclair Broadcast profits up 38 percent in third quarter

    Sinclair Broadcast profits up 38 percent in third quarter
    Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. saw profit for the third quarter jump 38 percent, benefiting from strength in television advertising and growth in revenue from fees broadcasters charge cable TV companies to carry their signals. The Hunt Valley-based TV...
  • Thanksgiving restaurant dining options in Baltimore

    These are some of the restaurants that will be open for Thanksgiving service. In most cases, reservations are required or advised. Prices and times are subject to change. Always call first. The Capital Grille (500 E Pratt St., 443-703-4064,...
  • Carroll teen starts new social group to meet special needs

    Carroll teen starts new social group to meet special needs
    Disability Express is steadily becoming everything Brian Nobles hoped it could be. The 18-year-old wanted a group that offered a variety of social activities for those with disabilities: Both he and his twin brother, Bob, have autism. By creating...
  • Wegmans to open in Germantown

    Wegmans to open in Germantown
    Wegmanswill open its newest Maryland store on Sept. 15 in Germantown with 600 employees. The supermarket will carry 70,000 products, including 700 produce items, prepared foods, 300 imported and domestic cheeses, sushi and whole fish delivered daily and...