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  • Traffic: DOT reports no road closures at 9:15 a.m.

    Traffic: DOT reports no road closures at 9:15 a.m.
    The state Department of Transportation reported no unscheduled road closures at 9:15 a.m. on Thursday. The Baltimore City Department of Transportation said that a multi-vehicle accident on the northbound Jones Falls Expressway just past the Cold Spring...
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  • Visiting the post-makeover Echo Park Lake

    Visiting the post-makeover Echo Park Lake
    For the last two years, Echo Park Lake has been hidden behind chain link and plastic tarp. Now, after a makeover, the fountains are flowing, the water is clear, the lotuses are back and people are using the park. The space is the urban gem its designers...
  • Friday traffic: No highway delays; Artscape road closures

    Friday traffic: No highway delays; Artscape road closures
    At 9 a.m. Friday, highways around Baltimore were mostly running smoothly as rush hour wrapped up. The State Highway Administration reported no incidents or lane closures in the region. Meanwhile, motorists in Baltimore should be aware of a series of road...
  • Star Track: Joey Prata

    Joey Prata, a rising sophomore honors student at St. Christopher's School in Richmond who is a Seaford resident, won the 2013 USA Wrestling Cadet Greco-Roman National Championship on Monday afternoon in Fargo, N.D. Prata, a Virginia Independent...
  • Local Q&A: Smith Westerns

    Local Q&A: Smith Westerns
    "I'm trying to catch my breath," sings Smith Westerns frontman Cullen Omori on the local rockers' gorgeous third album, the recently released "Soft Will." Few could blame Omori, who, along with bandmates Cameron Omori and Max Kakacek (new drummer...
  • Gilman soccer's Sam Wancowicz commits to Penn

    Gilman soccer's Sam Wancowicz commits to Penn
    Gilman soccer standout Sam Wancowicz, an All-Metro first-team forward-defender last year as a junior, has committed to the University of Pennsylvania. Splitting time at forward and center back, he finished with 13 goals and eight assists to lead the...
  • A life — on hold

    A life — on hold
    A monster. That's what they called him. Edward Coffie III recoiled reading online comments on stories about the two teenagers he struck on State Road 46 a night earlier. On March 31, 2012, best friends Xiomara Muñoz, 15, and Thalia Cruz, 14, headed...
  • Struck in crosswalk, she may become advocate for pedestrians

    Struck in crosswalk, she may become advocate for pedestrians
    Annemarie Provisero recalls every detail of the crash. She can point exactly to where she left blood streaks on the pavement of Dean Road. She knows exactly where her broken body lay in the crosswalk after she was struck by a neighbor's car at the...
  • Deadly collision haunts man

    Deadly collision haunts man
    Stuck between the spider-web cracks in Reginald Howard's windshield were tufts of human hair. For months he left his Chevrolet Impala cold in the driveway, with its broken headlight, crushed hood — and paint scarred by dark fabric embedded in...
  • FHP trooper dreads bringing news of pedestrian deaths

    FHP trooper dreads bringing news of pedestrian deaths
    "Which one is it?" The woman's voice jolted the rookie Florida Highway Patrol trooper as she emerged from the patrol car. The mother sitting on the front porch knew what it meant when a black-and-tan cruiser pulled up. She had a few sons, and the last...