E. William "Bill" Scriba, a former T. Rowe Price treasurer and vice president who dedicated himself to supporting The Johns Hopkins University, died Aug. 28 at his residence in an assisted-living community in Sunnyvale, Calif., of undetermined causes.
The melody of the president's voice, the intensity of his movements gripped Jeremy Brickey's attention, cutting through the monotony of freshman orientation at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
On a late summer afternoon, Glyndon, the village tucked between Reisterstown and the Worthington Valley and its Sagamore Farm, looked as pretty as the black-eyed Susans tumbling over the old-fashioned fences. Had I wandered outside Baltimore County and fallen into a lost Cape May neighborhood?
In an unexpected move, the city's historical preservation commission on Tuesday took a small step toward removing the Morris A. Mechanic Theatre from a list that provides the property limited protection from demolition.
The owner of the financially troubled Sparrows Point steel mill filed for bankruptcy protection Thursday, a week after saying it will idle operations and warning 1,975 workers that they would be laid off.
City officials closely monitored the activities of Occupy Baltimore protesters and fielded correspondence from supporters of the movement and downtown businesspeople who wanted it cleared out, according to e-mails obtained by The Baltimore Sun
Property taxes on the 10 homes with the biggest bills and the 10 commercial properties at the top of the heap come to an eye-popping $20.5 million, according to a Baltimore Sun analysis. As city officials try to expand Baltimore's tax base, they say they're very glad for these big payers.