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  • Exelon must show regulators that Pepco merger is a good deal

    Exelon must show regulators that Pepco merger is a good deal
    Opponents and supporters of a proposed utility merger involving Exelon Corp., the parent of Baltimore Gas & Electric Co., began a calculated dance before Maryland regulators last week, with some hoping to sink the deal and others hoping to sweeten it.
  • Exhibit of Artist Raoul Middleman's self-portraits opens at MICA

    The first thing Raoul Middleman paints is his eye. He paints his right eye, to be precise, in a self-portrait that the Baltimore-born artist created while looking into a mirror. First there's a horizontal brown smudge that forms the upper rim of the eye...

    Tabb all-state field hockey standout Courtney King to play at Johns Hopkins University

    Tabb all-state field hockey standout Courtney King to play at Johns Hopkins University
    Courtney King, who earned Group 4A all-state field hockey honors in helping Tabb High win the state championship, has committed to play at Johns Hopkins University. King, who played defense and midfield, had 13 goals and 14 assists for the Tigers and...

    Changes taking shape at Rotunda complex

    Changes taking shape at Rotunda complex
    The profile of a new residential component in North Baltimore has pretty much taken shape over the past few months. Since 1971, we've called it the Rotunda. Before that, the 700 block of W. 40th St. was the old Maryland Casualty Co., a Baltimore-born...

    What makes a great Super Bowl ad? A story

    What makes a great Super Bowl ad? A story
    What makes a great Super Bowl ad? Sexy celebrities? A great soundtrack? Slapstick humor? Puppies? The answer, according to Johns Hopkins University professor Keith A. Quesenberry, is a good story. Quesenberry published a study that looked at more than...