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  • Stop Shop Save to close remaining Baltimore locations

    Stop Shop Save to close remaining Baltimore locations
    An inner-city Baltimore grocery chain is closing its stores, delivering a blow to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's efforts to eliminate the city's "food deserts" and provide more residents with healthy eating options.
  • A new brand for Dundalk

    A new brand for Dundalk
    When Jeff Shaney and his wife bought their historic home last year, he says, his friends from Towson all asked the same thing. "Why did you move to Dundalk?" The waterfront community in Baltimore County has long suffered skeptics and detractors...

    Music festival "storm trooper" brings ABC under spotlight again

    The Nelson County Sheriff's Office accused the state's ABC law enforcement division of overly-aggressive tactics at a local music festival during a recent ABC hearing, according to an interesting piece in the Charlottesville weekly. One agent was...

    State, city politicians head to Vegas for business convention

    State, city politicians head to Vegas for business convention
    Once again this year, Maryland politicians and business people will travel to Las Vegas for the Global Retail Real Estate Convention – a three-day deal-making event beginning May 18. It's considered a "who's who" event, where the worlds of...

    There are many ways to save money on groceries without coupons

    Sure, there are some extreme couponers who manage to spend next to nothing at the grocery store. But you might not have the time it takes to be that sort of coupon pro -- or perhaps you wouldn't benefit from the effort because coupons usually aren't...