Thanks to artist Jay Wolf Schlossberg-Cohen and the seventh grade class at Temple Emanuel school, things at the Baltimore Humane Society are looking a little happier. The artist and the students will unveil a new mural they painted across the face of the Reisterstown shelter on Wednesday.
Organizers say tickets sales for Grand Prix of Baltimore remain strong even as residents and businesses around downtown cope with the inconvenience of a 2.4-mile, high-speed race track occupying critical crossroads around the Inner Harbor.
I hope everyone had a Happy Fourth of July as America celebrated her 237th birthday. As families enjoyed cookouts and fireworks, here's hoping they remembered America's past, including our Founding Fathers with the vision for a free country, and all the immigrants who sacrificed everything to travel to a new country for a better way of life.
T. Rowe Price said it was selling its bank to New York financier Jacob M. Safra for about $24 million in light of new banking regulations that would limit other aspects of the Baltimore-based money manager's business.
Baltimore's two major fund companies have joined a small but growing number of investment firms offering ultra short-term bond funds, which may become an alternative to the traditional money market fund.
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.
T. Rowe Price has a reputation as a place where portfolio managers can spend their entire careers. But during 12 weeks this year, three fund managers left the Baltimore-based investment company or announced plans to do so.
Morton "Jerry" Baum, founder and executive director of The Fund for Educational Excellence and a retired clothing manufacturing executive, died May from complications of Parkinson's disease at his Roland Park home. He was 87.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
T. Rowe Price, which has been a fixture in downtown Baltimore since its founding 76 years ago, is considering moving its headquarters once its current lease expires in 2017, the company said Wednesday.
Andy Enfield set scoring records at Johns Hopkins before he became head coach at Florida Gulf Coast, the darling of the tournament. His assistant, Kevin "Stink" Norris, grew up in East Baltimore and starred at Lake Clifton.
Tom Lynn of Radnor-Winston makes a gallant appearance on Jeopardy as 50 friends, former colleagues and family members gather to watch on TV at the Zen West cantina on York Road. Lynn led several times during the game and got final Jeopardy right. But so did the woman who was leading at the end, so she won. Still, the bar crowd gave Lynn a standing ovation.
Tom Lynn of Radnor-Winston, a retired Boys' Latin School teacher, is going to Zen West restaurant Monday evening, to watch himself on Jeopardy! He is a contestant this week and invited all of his friends to come watch with him. He is not allowed to say if he won.
Joseph A. Sullivan, who has served as interim leader of Legg Mason Inc. for more than four months, has been named CEO and president of the Baltimore-based money manager, the company announced this morning.
The new CEO of Legg Mason must answer questions about Legg Mason's identity, stem the flow of investors withdrawing money and assuage its affiliates to move the Baltimore money manager into the future.
Legg Mason Inc. plans to lay off an undisclosed number of employees as it folds its once high-profile Legg Mason Capital Management unit in Baltimore into a much larger investment division based in New York.
T. Rowe Price had reduced its stake in Groupon, the daily deal website, while increasing its ownership in Kayak Software Corp., the travel comparison site, according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The magic of the holiday season will be brought to life as Harford Ballet Company once again presents its performances of "The Nutcracker," this Saturday, Dec. 15, at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. at Aberdeen High School.
Hampden Family Center hosts annual holiday party for at least 160 children, most of them disadvantaged, who will receive free gifts donated by merchants and the community, and will get to meet Santa and the Oriole Bird. This party is important to the community, which still has a lot of people who are not making ends meet. If not for this part, many of these kids wouldn't get a Xmas gift.