Manhole cover irks resident

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Manhole cover irks resident

An ill-fitting, noisy manhole cover on Harford Road in Northeast Baltimore has aggravated a homeowner for more than a year. The city promises to fix it.

Stadium workers protest

Eleven low-wage workers at Camden Yards plan a hunger strike in search of higher pay from the state.

Women pray

A woman whose son was nearly stabbed to death organizes a prayer vigil to end violence.

Gardener of the week

For many years, Dominic Rossi sold rugs and carpets, so it isn't surprising that he decided to replicate the look of a fine Oriental rug behind his Hampstead Hill


The annual Dundalk Labor Day parade begins at the Community College of Baltimore County Dundalk

Random RodricksWhat's on Dan's mind? He tell you,

Photo EdgeChris Assaf takes you behind the scenes of his assignments as a Sun photographer,

1Mayor's RaceSee how respondents to our Sun Poll would vote for Baltimore City mayor.

2Trans fat's futureAre deep-fried foods' days numbered at the Maryland State Fair? We ask fairgoers, organizers and vendors what place -- if any -- trans fatty foods have in future fairs.

3On guardSome find the duty rewarding, others find it frustrating. We check in with members of the Maryland National Guard stationed in Iraq.

4Art ObsessionMany artists are bypassing labor-saving technology in favor of complex, hand-crafted works produced the old-fashioned way.

5Killing hopeCriminologists who study Baltimore say apathy, alienation and cynicism have taken root, as people lose faith that the city can curb rampant violence.

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