| May 2, 2014
| 8:38 PM
The Johns Hopkins University has come under fire for not disclosing to the campus an alleged rape at a fraternity house, leading a group of students to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education and others to stage a protest Friday.
| Mar 3, 2014
| 3:36 PM
United Way of Central Maryland is looking for a new home, a move leaders hope will embody the charity's shift from a funnel for corporate dollars into a hands-on partner of service organizations.
When the emphasis was on corporate fundraising, "of course...
| Mar 4, 2014
| 9:15 AM
Nestled in an old Korean office building adjacent to a vacant lot resides Gold Bar, one of Baltimore's newer establishments. Gold Bar serves as a sister bar to highly regarded the Crown — right across the hall but with a measured difference in...
| Apr 23, 2014
| 10:54 AM
On Thursday, The Crown will host the next KAHLON, a branded concert with a party vibe and an open-minded attitude. While the artists performing can seem disparate sonically, they often have similar do-it-yourself ethics and positive spirits. A segment...
| Mar 12, 2014
| 8:38 AM
The city Wednesday approved the $2.2 million sale of six long-vacant properties close to the Inner Harbor to a developer proposing to turn them into market-rate apartments.
PMC Property Group, Inc., which owns and operates about 700 apartments in...
| Mar 13, 2014
| 11:11 AM
Construction on the Towson "Bike Beltway", which uses a set of bike lanes and signage to demarcate the 4.2 miles of roads around downtown Towson, will begin this year and should be completed by June, according to a county public works official....
| Mar 15, 2014
| 11:32 AM
Dr. Robert W. Gibson, a seminal figure for more than three decades at the Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital where he oversaw the desegregation of its facilities, ended its bankruptcy and extended it into the community, died March 8 of heart failure at his...
| Apr 25, 2014
| 8:35 AM
"Hey, it felt like a real city there for a minute," commented a waiter from Tapas Teatro, one block up North Charles Street from Penn Station. "All right, we have a touch of New Orleans," said an enthusiastic MTA employee coming out of the William...
| Mar 18, 2014
| 12:02 PM
Utility work will force multiple lane closures in downtown Baltimore for about 30 days, starting Thursday, and "may cause significant delays," according to the city transportation department.
The work is being conducted by Baltimore Gas & Electric Co.,...
| Apr 11, 2014
| 8:28 PM
Philip C. Cooper, a retired design executive who had been president of a New York fabric and furniture house, ended his life in Baltimore on April 3. He was 78 and had lived on Mount Royal Avenue.
Born in Denton, he was the son of Gail F. Cooper, a...
| Mar 19, 2014
| 10:18 AM
Toward the end of a blistering set on a recent Friday night, Adam Marans, lead singer of the Baltimore sludgy punk foursome Big Christ, took a rare breather to dedicate the next song, “Boogie Nights,” to the deceased actor Philip Seymour...