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2015/08/04 02:17
2015/08/04 02:17
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Members of the Baltimore County Council on Monday voted unanimously to begin charging county residents for ambulance rides, a decision officials said is expected to add about $26 million annually to...
2015/08/04 02:17
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2015/08/03 16:17
2015/08/03 16:17
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For the nuns at All Saints Sisters of the Poor convent on Hilton Avenue, every day is like living in a history book. In the morning, the women wake up in their small, sparsely furnished cells inside...
2015/08/01 00:08
2015/08/01 00:08
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What's This?A Wheat Ridge High School student's text book on his desk in Stephanie Rossi's sophomore AP U.S. History class, September 25, 2014. The teacher, Stephanie Rossi, was against the Jefferson...
2015/07/31 22:17
2015/07/31 22:17
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I often drop into the Eddie's of Charles Village Market for a quart of milk and wind up discussing the neighborhood grocery history of Baltimore with the store's owner, Jerry Gordon. Gordon has been...
2015/07/31 16:33
2015/07/31 16:33
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Communications, marketing and brand management veteran Jacqueline "Jacqui" Lampell, the project director for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Centennial and board secretary for the Maryland Family...
2015/07/31 14:17
2015/07/31 14:17
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By the end of August, motorists heading east on Frederick Road from Catonsville's commercial district toward Baltimore City will have a new landmark welcoming them to the Paradise neighborhood, a...
2015/07/31 10:34
2015/07/31 10:34
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REUTERSRonald Cook, holds a photo of him and his 20-year-old grandson Devin Cook, who was killed last year, at his home in Baltimore, Maryland. Picture: Carlos Barria Baltimore - Kajuan Guinn was...
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2015/07/29 20:17
2015/07/29 20:17
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With a deluge of rain falling Wednesday, a flash flood warning has been declared for the Baltimore area until 6 p.m., the National Weather Service said. Up to two inches of rain have already fallen...
2015/07/28 00:17
2015/07/28 00:17
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More than a half-century after the first Gino's opened in Baltimore, its famous co-founder found himself singing the old fast-food outlet's jingle Monday as he reflected on what makes a successful...
2015/07/27 22:36
2015/07/27 22:36
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Jerome "Jerry" Berrigan, the lesser-known of the three activist Berrigan brothers, died Sunday at his home here. He was 95. Daniel Berrigan, a Jesuit priest, and the late Philip Berrigan, then a...
2015/07/27 22:17
2015/07/27 22:17
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Catonsville, Md. (WJZ) — There are many ways teens can spend their summer—but for one Catonsville student, it’s a time to reach out and help our men and women serving their country. Ron Matz has more...
2015/07/26 17:17
2015/07/26 17:17
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Baltimore roadside pit beef restaurant Chaps is eyeing an expansion, owner Bob Creager said Sunday. Creager, a former steelworker who started the restaurant 28 years ago in a small shack on Pulaski...
2015/07/26 05:34
2015/07/26 05:34
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Another service member and a Chattanooga police officer survived gunshots after the two-stage massacre allegedly at the hands of 24-year-old jihadist Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez. Navy Secretary Ray...
2015/07/25 08:57
2015/07/25 08:57
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BALTIMORE -- Vanessa Lucas, an avid churchgoer, says she'd love for everyone to be as blessed by the Scriptures as she has been. So when a friend missed a half-dozen services, she decided to...
2015/07/24 19:17
2015/07/24 19:17
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Work on the new campus' event center is scheduled for the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, is scheduled to begin this winter, said the university architect, Joe Rexing, and be completed in...
2015/07/24 05:16
2015/07/24 05:16
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When their respective seasons get underway this fall and winter, the College of Southern Maryland women’s soccer and women’s basketball teams will have new head coaches. Both coaches, however, are...
2015/07/24 03:57
2015/07/24 03:57
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City Superhero Julia Massey (for the full version of the drawing, scroll to the bottom of the story). Credit: David Feaman Our biweekly City Superheroes column highlights the powerful figures walking...
2015/07/23 22:17
2015/07/23 22:17
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An order of nuns based in Catonsville on Thursday appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court after losing a federal court case over contraceptive coverage for employees. Last week, the U.S. Court of Appeals...
2015/07/22 18:17
2015/07/22 18:17
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Baltimore County will formally open a new shelter in Catonsville on Thursday that officials say offers more space, additional privacy and better job and health services for homeless men. "It's...
2015/07/19 14:17
2015/07/19 14:17
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For some southwest Baltimore County residents, the Patapsco River and the various streams that feed into it are more than just a nice backdrop or a flooding concern. Those moving waters are an...
2015/08/04 02:17
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