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  • Korean-American liquor store owners feel targeted by city

    Korean-American liquor store owners feel targeted by city
    When Michelle Ha came to the United States in 1980, she dreamed of getting a college degree and returning to South Korea to become a politician. That didn't happen, but she's still serving her community. From the liquor store she runs in a downtrodden...
  • Clementine at Creative Alliance has sophisticated comfort food

    Clementine at Creative Alliance has sophisticated comfort food
    It's been a busy couple of weeks for Winston Blick and Cristin Dadant. During May, the couple oversaw the opening of the Green Onion food market on Harford Road and Clementine at the Creative Alliance, an Eastern Avenue outpost of their popular...
  • Harry E. Sisk, accountant

    Harry E. Sisk, a retired accountant and Vietnam War veteran, died Saturday of complications from an aneurysm at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Brooklyn Park resident was 66. Mr. Sisk was born in Baltimore and raised near Patterson Park....
  • Plan to be aired for trimming city's climate impact

    Plan to be aired for trimming city's climate impact
    With summer starting to heat up, city officials are floating a "climate action plan" this evening (Tuesday) that aims to curb Baltimore's greenhouse gas emissions 15 percent by decade's end. Easing the city's climate impact is one of the goals of...
  • Mayor plans to raise bottle tax to pay for school construction

    Mayor plans to raise bottle tax to pay for school construction
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will seek to raise the city's bottle tax from 2 cents to 5 cents as part of a plan to boost funding for school construction and repairs, her administration said Thursday. The bottle tax money and other revenue would...
  • Mike Massey goes from hustling pool to the Hall of Fame

    Mike Massey goes from hustling pool to the Hall of Fame
    He has been in five movies, 40 countries and thousands of pool rooms. He met his wife, Francine, giving her a lesson in the game. Mike Massey grew up in a little town near Knoxville, Tenn. "on the other side of the tracks" and wound up in his sport's Hall...
  • Some neighbors worry about Beans and Bread expansion

    Some neighbors worry about Beans and Bread expansion
    Andre Scott sat at a wooden table fingering tattered documents — certificates from drug-treatment and job-training programs, a booklet from his girlfriend's funeral. With two dozen other very poor people, he was waiting to see a counselor at Beans...
  • Debate on whether cursive writing should still be taught

    Debate on whether cursive writing should still be taught
    Darius Riley displays the concentration of a tightrope walker as he fastens his eyes on the lined paper in front of him and grips his No. 2 yellow pencil down to its point to make his most perfect curly letters. "I would rather do it in print because...
  • Pedestrian error cited in fatal accident in Dundalk

    Baltimore County police have released the identity of the pedestrian killed in an accident Friday in Dundalk. Joseph Allen McCoy, 52, of the 400 block S. Clinton Street in Highlandtown, was walking north on Eastern Avenue near 54th Street at about 7:05...
  • Pop-up shop designed to spur interest in Highlandtown business

    Pop-up shop designed to spur interest in Highlandtown business
    Three weeks ago, the Highlandtown storefront was empty and apparently without prospects. On Saturday, the space was filled with holiday wreath-making, carefully crafted plant arrangements and free coffee. The rapid transformation into a "pop-up" shop...
  • 103 rowhouses in Patterson Park draw bid of $4.2 million

    Just over 100 rowhouses in the Patterson Park area were auctioned off Tuesday, but the high bidders must wait to see if the selling company will accept their $4.2 million offer. Owner Grady Management Inc. has up to 10 days to decide whether to take...