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  • Firms vie for contract to replace city's water meter system

    Firms vie for contract to replace city's water meter system
    Two politically connected firms are lobbying for a multimillion-dollar contract to overhaul the city's water-meter system — a once-in-a-generation effort Baltimore officials say could help end the chronic problem of wildly erroneous bills. City...
  • Balto. Co. announces winning bids for county properties

    Balto. Co. announces winning bids for county properties
    Baltimore County officials, looking to sell off public property for private development, have selected proposals to build a Royal Farms gas station in Towson, a shopping center in Dundalk and expanded parking for a nursing home in Randallstown. Thursday'...
  • Royal Farms proposal is winning bid for Towson fire station property

    Royal Farms proposal is winning bid for Towson fire station property
    A panel of Baltimore County officials has selected a proposal featuring a Royal Farms convenience store and gas station as the winning bid for the Towson fire station and public works property at the corner of York Road and Bosley Avenue. County...
  • As interest in hookah lounges ignites, Baltimore County eyes regulations

    As interest in hookah lounges ignites, Baltimore County eyes regulations
    Smokers looking to light up socially haven't been able to in Maryland's bars and restaurants since 2007, when the General Assembly banned smoking in most public places. Enter the state's growing number of hookah lounges, where patrons smoke flavored...
  • Man grazed by bullet in Randallstown

    Man grazed by bullet in Randallstown
    A 19-year-old man was grazed in the knee by a bullet on Thursday night in Randallstown, according to Baltimore County Police. Officers responded to the 3900 block of Sadie Ave. about 9:04 p.m. and found the victim with what were considered to be non-...
  • Balto. Co. Council considering action on hookah lounges

    Balto. Co. Council considering action on hookah lounges
    The Baltimore County Council is considering a resolution that asks the county Planning Board to examine and recommend regulations for the county’s burgeoning number of hookah lounges. The resolution requests the Planning Board “to...
  • No map to a better way of running Congress [Commentary]

    No map to a better way of running Congress [Commentary]
    A quick look at Maryland's U.S. House of Representatives district map provides a clear picture of how the United States got in the position of threatening not to pay for things it already has paid for. Before blasting the map of Maryland's congressional...
  • George W. Berry, IRS official

    George W. Berry, IRS official
    George W. Berry, a retired Internal Revenue Service official who was an avid sports fan, died Oct. 7 of gastric cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 79. George Wayne Berry — he never used his first name — was born in...
  • A lot of building, blessing and biomedical learning going on in Towson [column]

     A lot of building, blessing and biomedical learning going on in Towson [column]
    The Assistance Center of Towson Churches (ACTC), adjacent to the Towson Calvary Baptist Church, is getting more than a few upgrades to the one-car garage structure that was built in the 1930s. Members comprising the "Builders Squad," more than 30...
  • An Afghanistan veteran 'walks off the war' on the Appalachian Trail

    An Afghanistan veteran 'walks off the war' on the Appalachian Trail
    In 1948, three years after the end of World War II, an Army veteran from Pennsylvania named Earl Shaffer hiked the entire length of the Appalachian Trail. No one had ever done that before. Completing the Georgia-to-Maine trek in 124 days, Shaffer became...
  • Officer in training shooting says he was expected to carry gun

    Officer in training shooting says he was expected to carry gun
    The Baltimore police supervisor who shot a recruit during an unauthorized training exercise in Owings Mills was expected to have a live firearm, his lawyer says in court documents, while acknowledging that he meant to pick up and fire a practice pistol...
  • Services suspended, offices closed, workers sent home

    Services suspended, offices closed, workers sent home
    Workers at Fort McHenry emerged shortly before 9 a.m. Tuesday to post the sign: "Closed until further notice. No Entry. No trespassing." Over the next hour, joggers and cyclists pulled up to the gate, stopped, read the notice and turned around. Finally,...