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  • Baltimore to get a second water wheel to help harbor cleanup

    Baltimore is looking at getting a second trash-collecting water wheel. The Canton Water Wheel, which would be located at the Harris Creek outfall, is part of Waterfront Partnership's Healthy Harbor Initiative. The Waterfront Partnership says the wheel...
  • College Roundup: Navy baseball players earn ABCA and ECAC honors

    NAVY BASEBALL: Luke Gillingham and Sean Trent earned a pair of regional accolades from the ABCA and ECAC organizations. The junior left-handed pitcher and junior outfielder were selected to the East-ABCA/Rawlings First Team and ECAC Division I Second...
  • Running calendar: Anne Arundel County and regional racing events

    Running calendar: Anne Arundel County and regional racing events
    COUNTY RACES June 13, 8 a.m. – Crofton Kiwanis 10K/Crofton Parkway. Information: croftonkiwanis.org June 13, 9 a.m. – Every Step Counts 5K/AACC. Information: bellomachre.org June 13, 8 a.m. – Fort Meade MWR 5K/Fort Meade Pavilion....
  • Dates, highlighted authors announced for 20th annual Baltimore Book Festival

    Dates, highlighted authors announced for 20th annual Baltimore Book Festival
    D. Watkins, Wes Moore and Newbery Medal winner Kwame Alexander are among the big names scheduled to appear at the 20th Baltimore Book Festival in September. The festival's schedule, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. daily from Sept. 25 to 27, and a list of 15 stages...
  • Media offer distorted view of Baltimore

    Media offer distorted view of Baltimore
    A recent article described the economic losses and property damage Baltimore suffered in the wake of the rioting and looting after Freddie Gray's death ("Shop owners' stories show riot damage was widespread," May 29). However, there was no reference...
  • Special Olympics' Flame of Hope to pass Baltimore this week

    Special Olympics' Flame of Hope to pass Baltimore this week
    The Unified Relay Across America, which will carry the Flame of Hope to the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles, will pass Baltimore on Tuesday and Wednesday. On Tuesday, the torch will be carried from Mount Rainer to College Park from noon to 1...
  • Westminster couple raises $50,000 to fight blindness

    Westminster couple raises $50,000 to fight blindness
    Steve and Dot Dutterer, of Westminster, have raised more than $50,000 to fight blindness this year, and it's not too late to join them and more than 200 others on Saturday for the eighth annual Baltimore VisionWalk, a fundraiser for the Foundation...
  • A new track for the Preakness

    A new track for the Preakness
    The Inner Harbor, Harbor East, Camden Yards and many other such projects were all success. Now it's time to take Baltimore and its image to the next level. I propose the creation of a Super Track, which would combine a horse racing facility with a new...
  • Baltimore harbor, watershed improving, but still get an 'F' for health

    Baltimore harbor, watershed improving, but still get an 'F' for health
    Baltimore's harbor and the rivers and streams that feed into it are still badly polluted by sewage leaks, stormwater runoff and trash. But area waters showed some signs of improving ecological health last year, cleanup advocates reported Thursday. The...
  • Ahead of National Learn to Row Day, Olympian Jamie Schroeder recalls rapid rise

    Ahead of National Learn to Row Day, Olympian Jamie Schroeder recalls rapid rise
    Jamie Schroeder, an Olympic rower in Athens (2004) and Beijing (2008) hasn't had much time for the sport since he retired and began medical school, but the Roland Park resident will be back around the sport Saturday at National Learn to Row day. The...
  • Wandering Eye: The Harbor gets an F, The FBI's prolific use of surveillance in cities, and more

    Wandering Eye: The Harbor gets an F, The FBI's prolific use of surveillance in cities, and more
    The AP has an interesting story about the FBI's prolific use of surveillance aircraft in cities across the country. "After The Washington Post revealed flights by two planes circling over Baltimore in early May, the AP began analyzing detailed flight data...