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  • A tale of two Ostrowskis: the times of wurst

    In Baltimore's sausage world, there are two Ostrowskis. There is Ostrowski's on Washington Street, a 94-year-old Polish sausage shop that was recently purchased from the Ostrowski family by John Reusing, owner of the neighboring tavern Bad Decisions....
  • Dynamic acting duo comes of age in Dignity's 'Collected Stories'

    Dynamic acting duo comes of age in Dignity's 'Collected Stories'
    Audiences share in the evolution of a mentor-protege relationship in Dignity Players' production of Donald Margulies' 1997 play, "Collected Stories." The play depicts the evolving relationship of two friends over a six-year period. What starts with...
  • Baltimore chefs to showcase their Beard House dinners

    Baltimore chefs to showcase their Beard House dinners
    The Bagby Restaurant Group will present a "James Beard encore dinner" at Fleet Street Kitchen on Thursday. The six-course dinner will be a recreation of the Chesapeake Bounty Dinner that the Bagby team recently prepared for guests at New York City's...
  • Rev. William W. Trumbore, Episcopal minister

    Rev. William W. Trumbore, Episcopal minister
    The Rev. William W. Trumbore, a retired Episcopal minister who enjoyed working with young people, died Monday of complications from Parkinson's disease at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was 81. The son of Clarke Trumbore, an Episcopal minister, and...
  • Fewer Marylanders expected to travel on Thanksgiving

    Fewer Marylanders expected to travel on Thanksgiving
    For the first time since the economy tanked and the country went into recession in 2008, fewer Marylanders are expected to travel for the Thanksgiving holiday than did the previous year. Don't get your hopes up for an easy commute, though. While less...
  • Aged tunnel where Amtrak train derailed may be replaced

    Aged tunnel where Amtrak train derailed may be replaced
    The snaking tunnel beneath West Baltimore where an Amtrak engine derailed Monday, disrupting travel for thousands of evening commuters, has been a source of concern for decades. The narrow, two-track Baltimore and Potomac Tunnel twists 1.4 miles under...
  • The truth about public pensions [Letter]

    The truth about public pensions [Letter]
    A recent report published by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College belies the exaggerated storyline in the press that public employee pensions are the major expense of American cities and will lead to municipal bankruptcy if they are not...
  • Mary C. Burke, 78, longtime city schools teacher

    Mary C. Burke, 78, longtime city schools teacher
    Mary C. Burke, a devoted churchgoer who taught in Baltimore public schools for more than 30 years, died Nov. 18 of lung cancer at Northwest Hospital in Randallstown. She was 78. "She was so good at what she did, working with the children," Marlene...
  • Minimal reform on mandatory sentencing

    Minimal reform on mandatory sentencing
    Attorney General Eric H. Holder's plan to reduce overcrowding in federal prisons by instructing federal prosecutors to stop invoking mandatory minimum sentences against low-level, nonviolent drug offenders was a welcome, if overdue, announcement. The...
  • Dirt bike stolen in Aberdeen [Harford County police blotter]

    Dirt bike stolen in Aberdeen [Harford County police blotter]
    Aberdeen Aberdeen police reports: A window was vandalized in the 200 block of Darlington Avenue on Tuesday. Someone stole basketball equipment in the 600 block of Webb Street on Tuesday. Diapers were stolen from Rite Aid, in the first block of...
  • Proposed Baltimore warehouse fits Amazon's growth

    Proposed Baltimore warehouse fits Amazon's growth
    The huge warehouse planned for Southeast Baltimore fits the profile of online retailer Amazon's rapidly expanding distribution network, according to shipping industry analysts. The 1 million-square-foot facility is so big it only makes sense for a...
  • The Baltimore Design School -- a blueprint for transformation -- opens

    The Baltimore Design School -- a blueprint for transformation -- opens
    When Baltimore school officials lobbied state lawmakers to fund an ambitious $1 billion, 10-year plan this year to modernize facilities, no one understood having a decade-long vision more than Sen. Catherine Pugh. It was about 10 years ago that Pugh...