Joshua Paul Antlitz, 29, of the 600 block of Law Street and the 500 block of Cider Press Loop in Joppa, was arrested Friday on a bench warrant in a case in which he was charged with driving while his license was suspended, driving with a suspended registration, failure to display his license and speeding.
The owners of the Holiday Inn Express on Russell Street, as well as other businesses in the area, said they are betting on the Horseshoe casino to put Carroll-Camden on the map, and hope it will bring spillover economic development to the largely industrial zone.
The beat goes on in 2014, at least when it comes to capital jazz in Annapolis provided by a program nurtured by the late Joe Byrd and, before that, by his brother Charlie Byrd. A tradition set by those two will again draw major talent to Annapolis this year for a series of jazz concerts at 49 West Café and at O'Callaghan's Hotel.
The Grille at Peerce's, a longtime Phoenix favorite that overlooks Loch Raven Reservoir on Dulaney Valley Road, tapped the chef from another longtime Baltimore County institution to lead its kitchen last month.
In his planning for the Highland Inn, Brian Boston wanted to create a place that had the same solid attitudes about American cuisine as The Milton Inn, his long-running special-occasion restaurant in northern Baltimore County.
He started out as a teenager washing dishes during summer nights at the Jersey Shore, but these days Jordan Miller is busy planning the fancy Baltimore Winter Restaurant Week menu at the French Kitchen inside downtown's Lord Baltimore Hotel.
Aberdeen's city council voted to give $81,348 toward a study of a proposed countywide water and sewer authority Monday night, making it the first of Harford's three municipalities to agree to move forward on the $800,000 study.
Charles Edwin Lamb, an architect of forward-looking, modernist structures and a founder of the RTKL firm, died of complications of Parkinson's disease Dec. 12 at the Heron Point Retirement Community in Chestertown. He was 87 and had lived in Baltimore and Annapolis.
An Abingdon man threatened an acquaintance at gunpoint, an Edgewood man threatened his son with a hammer and an Aberdeen man was accused of sexually assaulting a woman in a motel over the recent holiday season, according to charging documents.
University officials say that as the institution has leapt ahead in rankings and prestige, the city of College Park has lagged behind and that the status quo could stymie recruitment of talented faculty and students.
By the end of 2016, MGM Resorts International plans to have built a nearly $1 billion facility at National Harbor in Prince George's County — high on a bluff above the Potomac River — that analysts say will transform the Maryland gambling market, potentially raising the state's profile as a destination for high rollers from around the world.
When the Virginia Tech game had been won, Maryland football coach Randy Edsall bolted from the sideline and bounded across the field, his arms upraised, his fists pumping, an ear-to-ear grin on his face.
The annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony in the lot adjacent to Rodgers Tavern will be held this Saturday, Dec. 14, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. There will be caroling, Santa will be on hand and on sale will be crafts and light refreshments.
Tthe Towson Elks Lodge No. 469 packs and gives out 500 to 600 bags to veterans at three Veterans Affairs hospitals in the area each Christmas. Part of the mission of the Elks is to serve veterans, said Joe Lancaster, chairman of the Veterans Service Committee for the Towson Elks.
State university officials took an early step Friday in approving a high-end hotel and conference center that is expected to be a cornerstone of a major redevelopment plan for the University of Maryland, College Park and its surroundings.