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  • Police must win the trust of city residents

    Police must win the trust of city residents
    The chasm between the Baltimore City Police Department and city residents seems to be widening ("Batts shakes up police top ranks," July 10). The only way out is simple: The police need to increase their communication with those whom they serve. For the...
  • Irish hospitality meets American classics at The Harp in Nottingham

    Irish hospitality meets American classics at The Harp in Nottingham
    Historically, the Irish aren't known for their food, but The Harp isn't a typical Irish restaurant. The Nottingham spot — originally The Twisted Harp but under new ownership since 2011 — combines the convivial atmosphere of an Irish pub with...
  • Shutdown an indictment of our two-party system

     Shutdown an indictment of our two-party system
    Perhaps it's time for our nation to look long and hard at our faltering, staid conventional two-party system. It has pathetically morphed into a churlish, immature tug of war between the Democrats and Republicans ("Under federal shutdown, many Marylanders...
  • Mr. O'Malley, tear down that Hilton

    Mr. O'Malley, tear down that Hilton
    Since it opened 21 years ago, I, like most locals, have grown enamored of Oriole Park at Camden Yards. It is a gem we are extremely proud of. My only complaint is that white elephant monstrosity, the financially beleaguered, city-funded Hilton Baltimore...
  • Explosion in Nottingham apartment building causes evacuation of residents

    Explosion in Nottingham apartment building causes evacuation of residents
    An explosion in a Nottingham apartment building Thursday afternoon forced the evacuation of all residents after the building was flooded with lethal carbon monoxide gas. The two-alarm blast caused no damage to the building and there were no injuries,...
  • IRS targeting of conservative groups deserves condemnation

    IRS targeting of conservative groups deserves condemnation
    Reader Paul Streckfus is wrong to fault former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. for criticizing the Internal Revenue Service after it targeted conservative groups for special scrutiny ("Ehrlich wrong about IRS," June 23). This is a matter of our government...
  • Even a mayor needs some time off

    Even a mayor needs some time off
    I am rather bemused at all the furor being raised about Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake spending a few getaway days at a friend's beach house ("Friends in high places," June 14). The hostess is a lobbyist, but she is also someone the mayor has known...
  • Meeting planned to discuss Bird River protection

    A community meeting is scheduled for June 24 in Perry Hall to discuss ways to protect local streams, Bird River and the Chesapeake Bay. The meeting is set to be held at the Perry Hall branch library from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. It will be the first of two...
  • Is Maryland headed for a wave of bank mergers?

    Is Maryland headed for a wave of bank mergers?
    In less than a week, three bank acquisitions, one involving the parent of Baltimore County Savings Bank, have been announced in the Mid-Atlantic region. The burst of activity suggests the start of a long-anticipated wave of mergers. "The industry...
  • Fans should alert authorities immediately of problems at Oriole Park

    Fans should alert authorities immediately of problems at Oriole Park
    A 25-year-old man is struggling for his life at a local hospital after an altercation involving patrons during a ball game at Oriole Park last week ("Taunting at O's game ends in intensive care," June 1). This situation could have been averted if fans...
  • Congressional support for NSA: Two wrongs and no rights

    Congressional support for NSA: Two wrongs and no rights
    It is an irony that the oath taken by members of Congress to support and defend the Constitution is the same oath cited by members to destroy the Constitution ("Lawmakers defend NSA monitoring phone calls," June 7). Richard Carl Shellhorn, Nottingham
  • Good penmanship among topics at doctor gathering 100 years ago [History Matters]

    100 Years Ago Docs dine "Medical Men Dine" was the headline for a Times article: "Old time Country Dinner: National Board of Health and Good Penmanship Among Matters Discussed. "The presidents of the Medical Societies and associations of adjacent...