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The season of Lent arrived a bit earlier than usual this year. In its annual tradition, the kind folks at Melville United Methodist Church are inviting everyone in the community to a pancake supper on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 5-7 p.m., in the parish hall, 5660...
Six Baltimore residents financed by an environmental group sued the owner of Baltimore's yet-to-be-built casino, the city and the state, alleging that they colluded to skirt rules governing the study and cleanup of "highly contaminated properties" near...
Tags: Justice System, Litigation, Inner Harbor, Laws, Trials
Excuse me, but what are my fellow Baltimoreans complaining about? The mayor has proposed doing something to avoid an all-out collapse of the city's finances, and some citizens of Paradise-on-the-Patapsco are annoyed, confused or just so cranky and fed...
Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Charles Street, Arts, Taxation, Sculpture
Another county opponent took its chances against Milford Mill. Another county opponent was beaten. No. 4 Milford Mill continued its domination over local competition Tuesday, posting a 70-62 win over visiting and No. 11 New Town in the Baltimore...
A CSX Transportation dockworker who says he suffered disabling injuries last August when a tanker collided with a Curtis Bay pier has filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit in U.S. District Court against the shipping company. David Rienas of Abingdon was...
Tags: Coal, Justice System, Litigation, The Happiest News!, Judges
It's time for the people of Southeastern Baltimore County to wake from their doldrums and begin protecting the interests of themselves, their children and future generations. I have lived in the Dundalk area my whole life. I've seen many changes occur,...
Any foodie will tell you freshness matters. Same holds true for beer. When what’s in your glass was made on the premises, or by a nearby brewer on behalf of the establishment where you’re sipping your suds, it’s bound to taste better...
Perched on a wooded bluff in rural southeastern Carroll County, the old Henryton State Hospital bears silent witness to the ravages of decades of neglect and vandalism. First opened in 1923, the 18-building complex that once housed the sick and...
Before it became "The Wall That Ate Some Cars," it was just a stone wall on Mulligans Hill Lane, bracing a 20-foot-high embankment — stalwart as the steep hills that give Ellicott City's historic district much of its character. Then in early...
— The volunteers of the Maryland Amphibian and Reptile Atlas project leave no log unrolled, no stone unturned in their quest to document the state's dirt dwellers. When the earth is moist after a soaking rain and the temperatures whisper spring,...
The sixth annual Daffodil Days celebration at Whipps Cemetery Garden is coming up on Saturday, March 30, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The garden is at 3651 St. John's Lane. The event features a special sale of daffodils, hyacinths, tulips and bluebells....
Tags: Tourism and Leisure, Painting, Transportation, Arts, Museums
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