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  • Port Covington shopping center sells for $35 million

    Port Covington shopping center sells for $35 million
    A 59-acre waterfront parcel in Port Covington that has long been eyed for development was bought for $35 million, the property's longtime owner announced Tuesday. Bethesda-based Finmarc Management Inc. bought the property in 2005 with plans for an...
  • Beth Shalom raises funds with Divine Intervention

    Beth Shalom raises funds with Divine Intervention
    Rabbi Daniel Plotkin was in the marching band at the University of Wisconsin and one of his highlights came when the football team took part in the Rose Bowl parade in 1994 — the school's first appearance in the game in 31 years. When Plotkin...
  • Catonsville girls basketball coach Mike Mohler wins 400th game

    Catonsville girls basketball coach Mike Mohler wins 400th game
    Catonsville's girls basketball coach Mike Mohler picked up his 400th career win as the No. 12 Comets beat visiting Archbishop Spalding, 45-37, on Monday. The game was close for much of the first half, but Catonsville held Spalding scoreless for the last...
  • Taking a hike to kick off the new year

    Taking a hike to kick off the new year
    Debbie Lamperti and Lorna Patrick of New Market decided to observe the new year from one of their favorite places — a hiking trail. They were in good company. Thousands were expected to join in on "First Day Hikes" across the country Wednesday, the...
  • Police identify two men who died in Port Covington Sunday

    Police identify two men who died in Port Covington Sunday
    Baltimore police identified two men who had been on a docked research ship before their bodies were found in the Patapsco River early Sunday. Edwin Rivera, 35, and Henry A. Vega, 29, died after authorities said the pair went swimming early Sunday. The...
  • Snow showers before sunny skies Thursday

    Snow showers before sunny skies Thursday
    A white Christmas came a day late after light snow showers passed through central Maryland on Thursday morning. A dusting was expected to accumulate on roadways, with up to an inch of snowfall in some areas, according to the National Weather Service. As...
  • Friends and shops are reminders of our small town-ness [Mostly Main Street]

    I hope everyone has a great new year. The holidays came upon us so fast this year, what with Thanksgiving being so late. And the weather has been so strange — ice and snow before winter officially started, then on the shortest day of the year people...
  • Former Beatles-themed hotel is now co-owner's home

    Former Beatles-themed hotel is now co-owner's home
    A frantic nighttime call from a hotel guest about a possible gang meet-up taking place in front of the Obladi in historic Ellicott City recently sent co-owner Zan Wilson scurrying from home to check out the loud crowd of 30 people. She was amused to...
  • Baltimore County teacher is finalist for national Teacher of the Year

    Baltimore County teacher is finalist for national Teacher of the Year
    Sean McComb was sitting Wednesday morning on one of the worn wooden benches at Baltimore's Penn Station reading a book on how to improve teaching when his phone began to buzz wildly with text messages and email notifications. The word was out: McComb had...
  • Patterson Mill wrestlers sweep Monday tri-meet

    Patterson Mill wrestlers sweep Monday tri-meet
    Fresh off of a solid weekend of wrestling at the Dundalk Duals, Patterson Mill continued to roll Monday in a tri-meet sweep at C. Milton Wright that included Harford Tech. The Huskies beat Tech, 54-22, and CMW, 42-32. Tech edged CMW, 38-36, in the...
  • Horseshoe Casino lawsuit dismissed

    Horseshoe Casino lawsuit dismissed
    A federal lawsuit alleging the Baltimore harbor is being polluted by the city-backed construction of the Horseshoe Casino has been dismissed. U.S. District Court Judge Richard D. Bennett ruled that the city resident who sued lacked legal standing to...
  • Two men charged with over harvesting rockfish from Patapsco River

    Two men charged with over harvesting rockfish from Patapsco River
    Two Middle River men were charged Monday with overfishing striped bass from the Patapsco River, according to Maryland Natural Resources Police. Terry Alan Myrick, 53, and John James Messinger, 37, were caught near the Key Bridge on New Year's Day with...