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  • Traffic: Southbound U.S. 1 closed in Perry Hall

    Traffic: Southbound U.S. 1 closed in Perry Hall
    A utility problem on U.S. 1 at Walter Avenue has closed all southbound traffic for more than two hours since the state Department of Transportation first reported the incident at 6:41 a.m. on Tuesday. The Maryland Transit Administration reported at 8:...
  • Expected signings

    These local student-athletes are expected to sign National Letters of Intent to play college sports on Wednesday's national signing day. If you know of signings that don't appear on this list, email sports@baltsun.com. Football Listed by name, high...
  • MD SPCA opening satellite center in White Marsh this weekend

    MD SPCA opening satellite center in White Marsh this weekend
    Looking for a little love or the purrr-fect present this year? It just got easier thanks to the Maryland SPCA’s first satellite adoption center and Project Adopt, which opened Saturday in White Marsh Mall. The satellite center, which will be...
  • Recipe Finder: Japanese fruitcake

    Dorothy Miller from Towson was looking for a recipe for what she called "Oriental fruitcake." She said the layer cake was made with pineapple, coconut, walnuts and raisins. Faith Hermann from Relay sent in a recipe for a Japanese fruitcake that her...
  • Brochin, residents speak out against sale of Baltimore County public properties

    Brochin, residents speak out against sale of Baltimore County public properties
    State Sen. Jim Brochin questioned Tuesday how taxpayers would benefit from Baltimore County's plan to sell the Towson firehouse to developers, as residents called on the County Council to delay or stop the sale of that site and the North Point...
  • What you know counts for more than how long you sat in a classroom [Letter]

    The Maryland Department of Education defines a high school diploma as a 12-year course of study and achievement. Twelve years cannot be shortened, which is why the Baltimore City Department of Social Services had to go to Pennsylvania. There, what you...
  • Property damage by utilities aggravates customers

    Property damage by utilities aggravates customers
    Brie Daugherty doesn't object to the Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. replacing a gas line in her Arbutus neighborhood. It's the flooded basement — courtesy of a sewer line broken by a BGE contractor — that bothers her. "Obviously the...
  • Balto. Co. Council approves sale of government land to developers

    Balto. Co. Council approves sale of government land to developers
    The Baltimore County Council approved selling three county-owned properties to developers on Monday, despite protests from residents who oppose the deals. In a 7-0 vote, the council signed off on sale contracts for the Towson firehouse, the North Point...
  • Don't be so quick to judge 'diploma mill' [Letter]

    I am sure that there will be great criticism about Baltimore social services workers' decision to have foster kids get their diplomas in a day through a school in Philadelphia ("Diplomas in a day," Nov. 25). While it may not be the best way for these...
  • Sister Clara Linz, teacher's aide

    Sister Clara Linz, teacher's aide
    Sister Clara Linz, a member of the School Sisters of Notre Dame who had cared for children and the sick and also had been a teacher's aide, died Friday of dementia at Villa Assumpta, her order's Woodbrook motherhouse. She was 91. The daughter of Conrad...
  • Gerald A. Elkins, mapmaker

    Gerald A. Elkins, mapmaker
    Gerald Allen Elkins, a retired Department of Planning map maker and graphic artist who detailed Baltimore's transformation for more than four decades, died of cancer Nov. 28 at his Ocean Pines home. The former Overlea resident was 65. "What struck me...