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  • Independence Day schedule and closings

    Independence Day schedule and closings
    This schedule will be in effect Friday, July 3: Government offices Closed in all jurisdictions. Courts Closed in all jurisdictions. Libraries Open Friday in Baltimore, Carroll and Howard counties; closed in Anne Arundel, Frederick and...
  • Red Line was fatally flawed

    Red Line was fatally flawed
    Gov. Larry Hogan's decision to end further spending on the proposed Red Line does not deserve the thoughtless condemnation it received from The Sun ("Hogan goes off the tracks," June 26). The Red Line as planned was, indeed, the wasteful boondoggle...
  • Editorial: CATS Metro Connector a transit experiment worth conducting

    It's no secret Carroll is a bit of a bedroom community. More than half of its residents — about 55 percent — commute to work centers outside the county. The average resident travels about 35 minutes to and from work, according to statistics...
  • The Short List: Shonen Knife, John Fogerty, Canker Blossom, more

    The Short List: Shonen Knife, John Fogerty, Canker Blossom, more
    WEDNESDAY: Atlanta sludge rockers Pretty Please play the Sidebar with Bandit, Street Feet, Universal Remonster, and more. New York ambient electronic project Skytree gets earthy at the 8x10 with Erothyme and Megadrives. ‘90s alt-rock hitmakers Third...
  • Storms bring record rainfall to 2 DC-area airports

    Storms brought heavy rainfall to the Mid-Atlantic region, breaking records at two area airports. The National Weather Service reports that rainfall records were set Monday at Thurgood Marshall Baltimore-Washington International and Ronald Reagan National...
  • MTA bus, MARC train fares to increase next month

    MTA bus, MARC train fares to increase next month
    State-mandated fare increases on local buses, MARC trains and other Maryland Transit Administration services will go into effect on June 25, the MTA announced Tuesday. The base fare on local buses, light rail and Metro trains will increase from $1.60...
  • Memorial Day schedule and closings

    Memorial Day schedule and closings
    This schedule will be in effect Monday: Government offices Closed in all jurisdictions. Courts Closed in all jurisdictions. Libraries Closed in all jurisdictions. Public schools Closed in all jurisdictions. Trash/recycling No pickup in...
  • Happening Sunday: Eternal Summers, 'Heaven Adores You,' and more

    Happening Sunday: Eternal Summers, 'Heaven Adores You,' and more
    -Eternal Summers, Princess Reason, Amanda Glasser: Roanoke-based trio Eternal Summers sounds like exactly that: the fuzzed-out beach-punk soundtrack to an eternal summer. The title track off their upcoming fourth album “Gold and Stone,” due...
  • The Short List: Ben Folds, Mac McCaughan, Andy Stott, 'Marley,' and more

    The Short List: Ben Folds, Mac McCaughan, Andy Stott, 'Marley,' and more
    WEDNESDAY: The Creative Alliance at the Patterson hosts a polka dance party with Grammy nominee Alex Meixner. Ben Folds tickles the ivories at Rams Head Live with yMusic. Pittsburgh indie rockers The Lampshades play the Sidebar with Thee Lexington Arrows....
  • The Short List 4/22/15

    The Short List 4/22/15
    WEDNESDAY: Massachusetts hardcore band Bane plays the Ottobar on a farewell tour in support of its final album, 2014’s "Don’t Wait Up." Local improvisational electronic band ELM takes over the 8x10 for a weekly residency throughout April...
  • Pedestrian bridge collapse near College Park disrupts MARC, Metro rail service

    Pedestrian bridge collapse near College Park disrupts MARC, Metro rail service
    A pedestrian bridge collapsed on top of rail lines serving MARC trains and the Washington Metro between College Park and Greenbelt on Wednesday afternoon, temporarily shutting down service on both systems, according to the Maryland Transit...