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  • Big business and the inner city

    Big business and the inner city
    On Monday night, as City Council members pressed Baltimore officials on the costs of the recent rioting that damaged 350 businesses and cost the city untold amounts in expenses for police, fire fighters and clean-up crews, the region's business leaders...
  • 'Living Seashore' exhibit opens at National Aquarium

    'Living Seashore' exhibit opens at National Aquarium
    The bell of a moon jellyfish located in the National Aquarium's new "Living Seashore" exhibit is cool and slippery to the touch. The pale globe pulses up briefly and all but imperceptibly against a visitor's outstretched palm before gliding past, almost...
  • What's the plan for revitalizing Baltimore's neighborhoods?

    What's the plan for revitalizing Baltimore's neighborhoods?
    Regarding your editorial "What was Rawlings-Blake waiting for?" (May 6), the current mayor and all her predecessors since the 1968 riots have contributed to the marginalization of the city's residential neighborhoods in order to revitalize the Inner...
  • Single mother of five balances career as Baltimore police officer

    Single mother of five balances career as Baltimore police officer
    Caleb Crisafulli, 13, doesn't hesitate to explain what he thinks of his mom, Karyn Crisafulli, an eight-year veteran of the Baltimore City Police Department. "A superhero — my superhero — goes into work and helps people every single day," he...
  • Shake Shack cancels free custard promotion for Orioles fans

    Shake Shack cancels free custard promotion for Orioles fans
    UPDATE: Shake Shack said it will no longer be able to offer the free custard to Orioles fans on Friday. A spokeswoman for the eatery cited a conflict with Major League Baseball regulations related to the promotion. Shake Shack, which opened its first-...
  • Inner Harbor hotel stay and theater tickets for $179

    Inner Harbor hotel stay and theater tickets for $179
    Spring is a good time for an excursion - even if it's close to home. Hampton Inn & Suites Inner Harbor and Chesapeake Shakespeare Company Theater have joined to offer a travel package that includes an overnight stay at the hotel, two adult general...
  • Concern for Baltimore inspires prayer circle at Westminster church

    Concern for Baltimore inspires prayer circle at Westminster church
    People held hands while a man softly strummed a guitar. Others closed their eyes and swayed gently to the rhythm of their prayers before the wooden cross on a hill behind Crossroads Community Church in Westminster. More than 35 people had gathered at...
  • National Guard commander talks 'Operation Baltimore Rally'

    National Guard commander talks 'Operation Baltimore Rally'
    I want to take a moment to tell you about the great work of the soldiers and airmen of the Maryland National Guard who worked tirelessly with various police agencies to restore law and order in Baltimore. "Operation Baltimore Rally" officially began...
  • Scientists monitor increase in harmful algae blooms in Chesapeake

    Scientists monitor increase in harmful algae blooms in Chesapeake
    If spring is here, can algae blooms be far behind? Every year, as flowers bloom and trees leaf out, algae — microscopic plants — begin to flourish in the water. Most algal blooms are innocuous, but some can be harmful, poisoning fish,...
  • Pittsburgh lessons for Baltimore

    Pittsburgh lessons for Baltimore
    I left my hometown of Pittsburgh about the same time the jobs left. It was almost 40 years ago, and steelworkers were hanging themselves from the rafters in their basements because they knew there would be no work for them or their sons or their nephews...
  • Bob McWilliams: Why is Baltimore so broken?

     Bob McWilliams: Why is Baltimore so broken?
    With the recent riots in Baltimore, many are searching for solutions. As part of that process, the first step is to analyze what's wrong. When presented with such a problem, it is human nature to look for a single cause, some one thing that will restore...