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  • Bankruptcy dismissed in Westport development suit

    Bankruptcy dismissed in Westport development suit
    A federal bankruptcy court judge dismissed a Chapter 11 case related to developer Patrick Turner's ambitious waterfront development in South Baltimore, clearing the way for a foreclosure on the property. Judge Robert A. Gordon said he saw no evidence...
  • Thanksgiving restaurant dining options in Baltimore

    Thanksgiving restaurant dining options in Baltimore
    These are some of the restaurants that will be open for Thanksgiving service. In most cases, reservations are required or advised. Prices and times are subject to change. Always call first. Apropoe's (700 Aliceanna St, 410-895-1879, www....
  • Ice rink opening near Inner Harbor

    Ice rink opening near Inner Harbor
    When M.J. "Jay" Brodie was city housing commissioner from 1977 to 1984, he took his wintertime lunch breaks at the Charles Center ice rink in the Inner Harbor. "It was just fun," said Brodie, 78. "I do remember teaching a couple of young ladies how to...
  • Ships from Norway, Brazil and Denmark to arrive in Baltimore this week

    Ships from Norway, Brazil and Denmark to arrive in Baltimore this week
    If September's Star-Spangled Spectacular didn't offer enough opportunities to tour visiting ships in Baltimore, three more are set to arrive this week. A tall ship from Norway will arrive Wednesday, followed by Navy ships from Brazil and Denmark in...
  • Man spills 20 gallons of gasoline in World Trade Center loading dock

    Man spills 20 gallons of gasoline in World Trade Center loading dock
    A man spilled 20 gallons of gasoline in the loading dock of the World Trade Center in the Inner Harbor Saturday night, Maryland Transportation Authority police said. He walked down a public access to the loading dock adjacent to Pratt Street and...
  • Two boats catch fire, sink near Fells Point

    Two boats catch fire, sink near Fells Point
    Two boats caught fire and sank near Fells Point early Monday, city fire officials said. No injuries were reported. Officials from the Maryland Department of the Environment were at the scene to clean up any gasoline that leaked into the water, said fire...
  • Fractured Prune in Towson opens Wednesday

    Fractured Prune in Towson opens Wednesday
    Towson's new Fractured Prune Doughnuts will open Wednesday. The company had announced plans just before Halloween to open a shop at 3 W. Chesapeake Ave. The store will open at 6 a.m. The chain, founded in Ocean City in 1976, is known for hand-...
  • ESPN's College Gameday is coming to Baltimore for Army-Navy game

    ESPN's College Gameday is coming to Baltimore for Army-Navy game
    ESPN’s College Gameday is finally coming to Baltimore thanks to the 115th Army-Navy game. For the first time, ESPN’s main college football show will appear in Maryland, broadcasting from the Inner Harbor the morning of the Dec. 13 game at M&...
  • Lose the chip and get on with it

    Kudos for reporter Jeff Barker's article "Plank says city must lose 'chip on our shoulder'" (Nov. 2). I moved back to Baltimore to be close to my family after many years of being away; I had raised my children in Annapolis, then moved to Florida. My...
  • Brown, Hogan make final pitch for votes

    Brown, Hogan make final pitch for votes
    Democrat Anthony G. Brown and Republican Larry Hogan wound up their fiercely contested race for governor Monday with a final pitch for the votes of Marylanders. Brown was the beneficiary of a rally at Baltimore's War Memorial on Monday afternoon where...
  • Blacks in Wax Museum presses forward with expansion

    Blacks in Wax Museum presses forward with expansion
    Joanne Martin has grown used to doubters. There were questions when she and her late husband, Elmer Martin, a professor of social work, first located Baltimore's National Great Blacks in Wax Museum on a forlorn stretch of North Avenue in East Baltimore....