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  • Obrycki's to close its Fells Point doors next year

    Obrycki's to close its Fells Point doors next year
    Longtime crab house Obrycki's will close its Pratt Street doors next year, ending a six-decade run of serving seafood to tourists and Baltimoreans. Obrycki's will open again in March. But when the crab season concludes in November, the family's Fells...
  • Relief? Eventually, but not yet

     
    Dang, that was hot. The temperature at BWI at Baltimore-Washington International (breathe here) Thurgood Marshall Airport climbed to 95 degrees yesterday afternoon. That was only a degree shy of the record for the date - 96 degrees set back in......
  • Overnight rains add to soggy May

     
    We had a pretty hard rain out on the WeatherDeck in Cockeysville last night. The rain gauge clocked about seven tenths of an inch. There was less here at Calvert & Centre streets - about 0.35 inch on the meter.......
  • 40 tonight, 80 by Wednesday

     
    That's one big high-pressure system settling over the eastern United States (see map). By this afternoon it will stretch from Texas to Maine. The high brings clearing skies today and diminishing winds after sunset. And that should mean some serious...
  • Senate split: No settlement, but GOP issues a list

     
    One of the more seasoned lobbyists was pointing out how the mostly-Republican side of the Senate fight put out a list of priorities and the Democrats had not. But the GOP list highlights at the top such items as "Thurgood......
  • Senate split: "Bad news on the doorstep...."

     
    In support of the "We're-working-they're-not" message, the GOP "coalition" leadership has issued its latest "active" list of measures for today's 3 p.m. chamber exercise. Updates as we get them. Click the "continued" bar below for the list they just......
  • Obama at NAACP: 'Next 100 years'

     
    by Mark Silva One hundred years ago, black boys and girls attended school separately from white boys and girls, by law, in many parts of the United States, home of the free. One hundred years ago, black men and women......
  • Sotomayor hearing live analysis: Day 3

     
    Sonia Sotomayor continues her testimony Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee (Win McNamee/Getty Images) by James Oliphant We're back at Hart 216 for the third day of the Sotomayor Supreme Court hearings. Stay here for real time analysis during....
  • Not so hot today; storm threat continues

     
    Monday's high of 94 degrees at Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall Airport tied the previous high for this year so far. We last reached 94 degrees on July 16, according to the NWS record books. But as today's print editions note, it......
  • Rain. Finally.

     
    Awoke this morning to the sound of rain on the WeatherDeck in Cockeysville. After more than a week of rainy forecasts and dry skies, the storm that's been loitering off the Carolinas and bluffing about a drift inland finally made......
  • Coldest morning since ...

     
    The National Weather Service thermometer at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport dropped to an official 47 degrees this morning. You can credit clear skies amid dry Canadian high pressure, and radiational cooling. All the warmth we...