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  • City to expand Virtual Supermarket to additional communities

    City to expand Virtual Supermarket to additional communities
    Baltimore's Virtual Supermarket program will be offered at Perkins Homes and Wayland Village Senior Apartments, under an expansion Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is expected to announce Tuesday.
  • Enoch Pratt selects temporary home for Central Library books

    Enoch Pratt selects temporary home for Central Library books
    Some of the 1.4 million books housed at the central branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library are set to move to less distinguished digs: a 40,000-square-foot space in a Westport warehouse. The temporary relocation is expected to start in the spring, as...

    Amy J. Scherr, Baltimore lawyer

    Amy J. Scherr, Baltimore lawyer
    Amy J. Scherr, a Baltimore lawyer who represented the Maryland Division of Unemployment Insurance and was executive secretary and counsel to the Maryland Commission on Judicial Disabilities, died Monday at Symphony Manor assisted living in Roland Park...

    Ice show, Halloween highlight 'Frozen' mania

    Ice show, Halloween highlight 'Frozen' mania
    Between now and next Sunday, you can expect to hear a lot of people singing, "Do you want to build a snowman?" and "Let it go!" The ice show version of the Disney mega-hit "Frozen" is coming to Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, with 12 performances...

    Residents of Highfield House mark its 50th year

    Residents of Highfield House mark its 50th year
    Architect Donald Sickler can still recall the color of brick that helped quiet the anxiety surrounding a North Baltimore apartment house that Guilford residents feared would resemble a steely hulk. Saturday, residents of that apartment house, the 50...