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  • Family Meal rings the bell for great food in the Inner Harbor

    Family Meal rings the bell for great food in the Inner Harbor
    Family Meal, a modern diner concept from the Frederick-based chef Bryan Voltaggio and his business partner, Hilda Staples, opened just after the new year at the Inner Harbor. This is the second restaurant Voltaggio and Staples have opened in Baltimore...
  • City to pay for trash from Inner Harbor Water Wheel to be turned into electricity

    City to pay for trash from Inner Harbor Water Wheel to be turned into electricity
    Baltimore’s spending panel is set to approve a $317,000 contract to turn litter collected from the Inner Harbor into electricity, under an agreement believed to be the first of its kind. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will join officials from...
  • Mayor wants new felony charge to address police assaults

    Mayor wants new felony charge to address police assaults
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said Monday she is seeking General Assembly legislation to crack down on police misconduct — including creating a new felony charge for officers accused of assaults that are now considered misdemeanors. The mayor's...
  • Westport parcels to go to auction Wednesday

    Westport parcels to go to auction Wednesday
    A roughly 43-acre group of waterfront properties in Westport is slated to go to foreclosure auction Wednesday, opening up new possibilities for the land, once proposed for an ambitious development of homes, offices and shopping, with new ownership. It...
  • At autism charity event, Orioles' Buck Showalter says 'we're fine'

    At autism charity event, Orioles' Buck Showalter says 'we're fine'
    Orioles manager Buck Showalter said the franchise is not in any limbo because of the Toronto Blue Jays' ongoing interest in hiring away executive vice president Dan Duquette. "Not at all," Showalter said Wednesday before speaking at an autism charity...
  • Is it safe to be a free-range kid?

    Is it safe to be a free-range kid?
    Is it OK for a 12-year-old to wander the Inner Harbor? Can an 8-year-old play alone in a neighborhood park in Columbia? Is it safe to let a 9-year-old walk to a friend's house in Towson? "A question that comes up all the time is, 'How much freedom do...
  • Nick's Fish House under new management

    Nick's Fish House under new management
    The owners of several popular Delaware beach establishments have officially taken over the management of Nick's Fish House & Grille in Port Covington. The waterside establishment will now be known by the shorter name Nick's Fish House, according to a...
  • Don't turn back the clock on mass transit

    Don't turn back the clock on mass transit
    As a resident of Canton, I have been very much looking forward to having the Red Line here ("To appeal to Hogan, Red Line supporters zero in on business support," Jan. 16). Our bus service to downtown Baltimore is very spotty, and I frequently wait more...
  • Sharp decline in gas prices boosting budgets large and small

    Sharp decline in gas prices boosting budgets large and small
    When Orkun Ayrac first started working downtown delivery routes for HomeSlyce Pizza Bar about a year and a half ago, he was filling his gas tank three times a week at nearly $60 a pop. Today he fills up for less than $40 as he crisscrosses Baltimore's...
  • Good Morning, Baltimore: Obama in Remington, O'Malley's new book, new Inner Harbor arena plan

    Good Morning, Baltimore: Obama in Remington, O'Malley's new book, new Inner Harbor arena plan
    Good Morning, Baltimore: Here's what you need to know for Friday: WEATHER It will be partly sunny today with blustery winds out of the west northwest at 10 to 20 mph, with gusts over 30 mph. Temperatures will hit a daytime high of 42 and will fall...
  • Marchers in Annapolis echo nationwide call

    Marchers in Annapolis echo nationwide call
    Hundreds of Marylanders joined noisy demonstrations at the State House in Annapolis and on downtown Baltimore streets Thursday to call for an end to police brutality and other misconduct. They packed a hearing room on the second day of the 2015...