Havre de Grace Chapter No. 27 Order of the Eastern Star will have a Flapjack Fundraiser Breakfast on Sat. Aug 24th from 8 - 10 at Applebee's, 991 Beards Hill Road, Aberdeen. Cost $7.00 per person and $3.00 children. Call Diane Smith for tickets at 410-939-2754.
Ocean City began the summer with high hopes for a blockbuster season, fueled by a newly rebuilt fishing pier, the return of the Dew Tour and the possibility of an influx of tourists from northern beaches ravaged by superstorm Sandy. But nature had a different vision: rain and lots of it.
Otakon, the Japanese and East Asian anime and culture convention that has drawn tens of thousands of people to Baltimore since 1999, will be held in Washington D.C. beginning in 2017, organizers announced Sunday.
Baltimore County¿s ever-expanding Restaurant Week kicked off Thursday morning at Barrett¿s Grill in Hunt Valley, where 10 of the 52 participating restaurants offered samples to a crowd of county officials.
An armed man was shot by an Aberdeen Police officer late Monday night after officers responded to a local motel near Aberdeen Proving Ground where gunfire had been reported, according to Aberdeen Police.
Annapolis Shakespeare Company founder and artistic director Sally Boyett-D'Angelo is having a busy summer. She's currently presenting classic theater outdoors with weekly productions of Moliere's 17th century comedy "Tartuffe," Tuesdays at the Reynolds Tavern courtyard in downtown Annapolis.
Over the past year or two, the big hotel chains, Marriott included, have been rethinking and revamping their properties' restaurants. Guiding these redos are several somewhat overlapping ideas, most of which are in play at the Yard, the recently renovated restaurant at The Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced Thursday it has sued the parent of Extended Stay Hotels for paying women less than men performing similar work at the company's facility in Lexington Park.
Baltimore officials are reviewing ways to improve the finances of the city's money-losing convention center hotel as they brace for the likelihood that they will be forced to dip into the city's general fund to cover debt payments next year.
Tushar Amin, licensee for Pool N' Pints in the Aberdeen Shopping Plaza, had been seeking from the Harford County Liquor Control Board an upgrade of its beer and wine license to one that allows it to serve liquor as well. Amin and Buzzy Hess, owner of the shopping plaza, appeared before the board at its meeting Wednesday in Bel Air
Based on its name, you might think MoonShine Tavern is strictly a place that's good for shots and not much else. And while it does deliver on the shots — its moonshine menu is a mile long — with a talented kitchen staff offering sophisticated twists on casual Southern food, Boston Street's newest addition deserves a closer look.
A failure to make bond payments may influence investors' scrutiny of MEDCO, a company created by the General Assembly to aid economic development through Maryland, it will not affect the state's credit rating, experts say.
Gene Robert Bowser Jr., 37, of Aberdeen, was sentenced Tuesday to 25 years in prison without the benefit of parole, for possession with intent to distribute hydrocodone, an opiate narcotic, by Harford County Circuit Court Judge M. Elizabeth Bowen for charges stemming from an arrest Jan. 6, 2012, at the Travel Lodge Motel in Aberdeen, the Harford County State's Attorney's Office said.
A Virginia woman has been charged with multiple counts of animal cruelty after two dogs were found locked in her vehicle at a Baltimore hotel on Saturday, one of them dead from the intense heat in the car, according to Baltimore Police.
J. Joseph Clarke sees the stars finally aligning for One Light Street, a 22-story residential development he hopes to build on a surface parking lot at the corner of Light and East Redwood streets, where the Southern Hotel used to stand, and three vacant buildings fronting East Baltimore Street.
Jay Davenport has been working on the Boardwalk for 20 years, and he thinks he can tell when a strong summer is about to start. He has that feeling about the season that kicks off today – the beginning of the Memorial Day weekend.