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  • Five Questions for Joseph Haskins Jr., head of Harbor Bank

    Five Questions for Joseph Haskins Jr., head of Harbor Bank
    In a time of widespread consolidation and a shrinking number of minority-owned banks, the institution Joseph Haskins Jr. helped found 33 years ago is becoming rarer. Amid more stringent federal oversight, many community banks are finding it more...
  • 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...
  • Restore money to city schools

    Restore money to city schools
    Baltimore City government seems to have a solid and lengthy history of giving tax breaks and incentives (TIFs and PILOTs) to developers of downtown and waterfront property such as Harbor East ("Developing Baltimore at the expense of its children," Feb....
  • Burgers and poutine at Clark Burger next to Senator

    Burgers and poutine at Clark Burger next to Senator
    The Inner Harbor's just-opened Shake Shack outpost is garnering big headlines but it's not the only new burger joint in town. On the northern edge of the city, the talk is all about the independently owned restaurant Clark Burger. Clark Burger, which...
  • 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...
  • No layers, no problem in Cupid's Undie Run event

    No layers, no problem in Cupid's Undie Run event
    It was an overcast 30 degrees on Saturday afternoon, so the last thing you'd expect see at the Inner Harbor would be hundreds of people running around in their underwear. But there they were, hordes of spirited joggers and walkers wearing next to...
  • Astronaut Reid Wiseman returns to Baltimore, regaling students and grownups with space station tales

    Astronaut Reid Wiseman returns to Baltimore, regaling students and grownups with space station tales
    Three months ago, as he plunged from outer space back to Earth, the Maryland-born astronaut Reid Wiseman hit the ground hard, slamming into a snow-covered field in Kazakhstan and rolling over a few times before he could get his bearings. His return to...
  • Just a little bit of lacrosse across the Inner Harbor

    Just a little bit of lacrosse across the Inner Harbor
    Now that's a toss! Aided by a frozen-over Inner Harbor, lacrosse players Paul Rabil and Drew Westervelt played one heckuva game of catch recently, using their lacrosse sticks to toss a ball from one side of the harbor to the other. You can see their...
  • USS Constellation reopens Friday at Inner Harbor after restoration

    USS Constellation reopens Friday at Inner Harbor after restoration
    After five months in a dry dock for a $2 million restoration, Baltimore's 161-year-old tall ship, the USS Constellation, reopens Friday for visitation at Pier 1 in the Inner Harbor. The Constellation — a National Historic Landmark — is the...
  • City schools don't need their own police force

    City schools don't need their own police force
    I have great respect for City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young, but I think he's wrong when he suggests city school department needs its own police force because Baltimore City Police Department officers aren't capable of interacting with...
  • Delaney visits General Assembly, still undecided on Senate

    Delaney visits General Assembly, still undecided on Senate
    U.S. Rep. John Delaney, considered a potential candidate to succeed retiring Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski, paid a call on the Maryland General Assembly Thursday but said he remains undecided on whether he will jump into the Democratic primary race. The...