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The North St. John's Blue Marlins swim team and Forest Hill Frogs ended the 2011 swim season with enthusiasm at a July 23 home meet for North St. John's as the Blue Marlins came away with a 300-188 victory. Jonathon Arbaugh, Deanna Parsons, Andrew Coe...
What started as one page of events and participants three years ago is now 14 pages and growing, say organizers of Eldersburg's National Night Out, schedule for Aug. 2 at Carrolltown Center. And while that means a lot more work and budgeting, the members...
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A man was found dead in the 700 block of N. Carrollton Ave. shortly after 11 p.m. Tuesday, police said in a statement. The unidentified man had been shot, police said. The shooting took place in the West Baltimore neighborhood of Harlem Park. No...
Firefighters will be going door to door Saturday morning in West Baltimore to check for working smoke alarms and install them if requested, a fire official said. The safety sweep comes one week after a rowhouse fire in the 400 block of S. Fulton Ave....
Comptroller Peter Franchot's concerns about half-million-dollar piano procurement at a multi-million-dollar performing arts center may look politically correct, but what about the serious waste of money for Gov. Martin O'Malley's impending move of the...
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The University of Maryland, College Park could look considerably different by 2020 if plans for a light rail line and a town center development on the east side of campus roll forward this year. Preliminary engineering for the $1.93 billion Purple Line,...
He was shielded from the afternoon sun by the awning that covered his booth, but the bright mood emanating from Larry Stevens was hard to miss. An artist who grew up in Baltimore, Stevens was so busy selling prints of his colorful cityscapes he barely...
When Karen Rose enrolled at the University of Maryland, the one thing she knew was that she "didn't want to dissect." It's a funny confession for an author who has written a 494-page novel about a killer who tortures victims with a filleting knife. Rose...
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The 6-year-old girl climbs off the couch and onto the living room floor, scooting toward the stairs. She props herself up, placing her left hand against the wall, then her right, and slowly makes her way up the steps. Her brothers and sisters wait on...
Associated Press writerMeals. Bedtime. Discipline. The reasons parents clash over the kids are endless, especially now that more unemployed dads are filling in for back-to-work moms as the bad economy grinds through a second year. Nerves are definitely taut on today's home...
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Dining@LargeAdoration of the heirloom tomato may reach its peak Sunday, when people shell out $50 for the Heirloom Tomato Festival put on by Volt restaurant."Delight in a tasting of over 40 varieties of organic heirloom tomatoes, view chef demonstrations, partake.......
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