| Jan 15, 2011
| 3:57 PM
Two years after C. William Struever's real estate empire collapsed and the once-ubiquitous developer dropped off Baltimore's radar, the urban visionary has reappeared as a managing director of a new company, working on the same kinds of projects that...
| Jan 30, 2011
| 2:21 PM
For months now, members of the Baltimore City Council have been telling Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake what they'd like to see when she draws new boundaries for their districts.
Staffers say the redistricting plan she is scheduled to unveil Monday...
| May 5, 2012
| 12:09 PM
Unlike most other states, Maryland shoppers have to make one extra stop for a cabernet to go with that steak they bought on sale at the supermarket —grocery stores in the state are generally banned from selling alcohol.
| May 13, 2012
| 2:00 PM
A tot's discarded rocking horse has taken on an artful life and become a compelling symbol of a river befouled by debris.
Towson University art students recently salvaged the toy, in two large chunks, during a volunteer clean-up along Back River in...
| May 19, 2012
| 10:50 AM
Millard R. Hart Sr., a retired master woodworker and lifelong tugboat enthusiast, died May 11 of congestive heart failure at the Maples, a Towson assisted-living facility.
The longtime Hamilton resident was 85.
Millard Raymond Hart born at his family'...
| Jun 2, 2012
| 9:27 AM
Ron Schmelzer has been living and breathing the startup life since he was a college student at MIT in the mid-1990s — and at his monthly tech breakfasts in Baltimore, he wants others to live it, too.
The entrepreneur started his first company out...
| May 29, 2012
| 4:15 PM
Dead fish continued to surface Tuesday in Baltimore-area waters, though the conditions that scientists believe have been causing the weeklong die-off may be moderating slightly.
State investigators estimated there were 10,000 fish floating in Stoney...
| Jun 1, 2012
| 5:59 PM
8:57 p.m. Tornado warning until 9:30 p.m. for Frederick, Carroll, western Baltimore and NW Howard counties, including Eldersburg, Westminster, Hampstead and Manchester.
8:45From The Aegis: The storm ripped through Harford County, doing some of the most...
| Jun 2, 2012
| 4:33 PM
After a 10-month closure, the Fort Avenue bridge in Locust Point reopened Friday, according to city officials.
Two lanes — one in each direction — are now open to public traffic, though construction continues at the bridge, officials said....
| Jun 9, 2012
| 3:52 PM
As many as 1 million people — far more than fought over Fort McHenry 200 years ago — will cram Baltimore's waterfront and squeeze their boats into narrow crannies around the harbor this week to welcome Navy vessels and tall ships, kicking...
| Jun 11, 2012
| 11:49 AM
It was an intimidating experience indeed. Downtown on Pratt Street, late at night, surrounded by looming shadows. The sound of approaching footsteps spawned immediate unease. We prayed that our expected ride would appear soon. It was 1964. The Inner...