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  • 'Ashes To Go' offers Lenten ritual on the streets

    'Ashes To Go' offers Lenten ritual on the streets
    Armed with two pairs of socks, woolen vestments, a glove worn on one hand and heat packs in the other, Father Rev. Ken Saunders, was ready to perform the Ash Wednesday ritual. The Trinity Episcopal Church priest has spent now four Ash Wednesdays...
  • Schools close, region blanketed following overnight snow

    Schools close, region blanketed following overnight snow
    A wintry storm system moving north through the Mid-Atlantic region blanketed Baltimore overnight with a layer of snow between 3-5 inches around the region, the most this winter. Schools in Baltimore City as well as Anne Arundel, Harford, Howard and...
  • Traffic: Utility problem on U.S. 1 in Perry Hall

    Traffic: Utility problem on U.S. 1 in Perry Hall
    A utility problem on U.S. 1 North in Perry Hall at Forge Road has closed the northbound right traffic lane and northbound right shoulder as of 7:31 a.m. on Friday, according to the state Department of Transportation. All lanes are open on the outer loop...
  • Crash in Carroll County cleared

    All lanes are open on MD 77 in Carroll County with the clearing of a single-vehicle crash on early Thursday morning, according to the state Department of Transportation. The crash in Keymar between Francis Scott Key Highway and Naylors Mill Road was...
  • Traffic: Collision on I-95 North in Baltimore City

    Traffic: Collision on I-95 North in Baltimore City
    An incident on Interstate 95 North past the Fort McHenry Tunnel toll plaza closed the right shoulder to northbound traffic at 8:34 a.m. Wednesday, according to the state Department of Transportation. A disabled vehicle on MD 140 East in Westminster...
  • Replace the B&P tunnel

    Replace the B&P tunnel
    There's an elephant in the room underneath West Baltimore that no one is talking about. While transit supporters and critics fight over the fate of the Red and Purple lines, this elephant grows bigger. The elephant in question is the Baltimore and Potomac...
  • Cost of transit commuting unpredictable for federal workers

    Cost of transit commuting unpredictable for federal workers
    When Dave Taylor decided to buy a new home in Aberdeen a couple of years ago, he made a quick calculation to determine the cost of his commute to Washington as a program specialist for the Department of Homeland Security. At the time, federal employees...
  • Neighbors, mall fight proposal for outlets in White Marsh

    Neighbors, mall fight proposal for outlets in White Marsh
    On 83 acres in White Marsh, R. Kelvin Antill has a vision for a retail mecca: more than 100 outlet stores attracting shoppers who will drive up to an hour for a chance to buy designer clothes and high-end handbags at discounted prices. Antill's...
  • Friday traffic: Crash reported on I-895 south

    Friday traffic: Crash reported on I-895 south
    A crash was reported Friday morning on Interstate 895 south, past exit 12 to Lombard Street in Baltimore, state highway officials said In Anne Arundel County, a crash was reported at about 8:15 a.m. at Interstate 97 south at Farm Road. Southbound...
  • Northbound traffic on I-895 blocked

    Northbound traffic on I-895 blocked
    All northbound traffic on Interstate 895 in Baltimore City has been closed due to a two-vehicle collision at the Harbor Tunnel at 8:49 a.m. on Thursday, according to the state Department of Transportation. A three-vehicle collision on U.S. 50 West in...
  • Why pursue the Red Line?

    Why pursue the Red Line?
    With Gov.-elect Larry Hogan preparing to take office today and thus far offering little information on policy decisions surrounding Baltimore's Red Line, I was recently asked during a meeting of Maryland's Board of Public Works, "Why would you acquire...