Thursday Afternoon Headlines: New Info on Freddie Gray’s Arrest; Amtrak to Pay $265M for Crash; and More

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Meadow Mill businesses remain rain weary, wary — Baltimore Sun

Amtrak to pay $265M for Philadelphia crash that killed 8 — CBS Baltimore

Officer Garrett Miller’s statements offer insight into Freddie Gray’s arrest — WBAL

Ruth’s Chris Steak House on Water Street to close Friday after 24 years — BBJ

Chris Davis, Manny Machado announced as Gold Glove finalists — ABC2




Woman Seeks Legal Clarification on Going Topless in Ocean City

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Ocean City's boardwalk

Ocean City’s boardwalk

Maryland’s Attorney General is being asked to hand down an opinion that could bring change to bare in Ocean City next year.  Read More →



The Sun’s Unionized Staff Appeal to Public in Fight for Pay Raises

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Unionized reporters, editors, photographers and others at the Baltimore Sun have launched an awareness campaign to help them secure an evasive 2.5 percent pay raise.

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The Baltimore Museum of Art Will Represent USA at the Art World’s Olympics

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Photo via Baker Artist Awards

Photo via Baker Artist Awards

The Baltimore Museum of Art is one of the institutions carrying the torch for the U.S. at a major art world event in Venice next year. Read More →


Don’t Miss the Juvenile Diabetes Hope Gala, November 12

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The Greater Chesapeake and Potomac Chapter of JDRF will honor Johns Hopkins Medicine November 12 at the “Hope Gala,” a fundraiser at the Baltimore Hilton for diabetes research.

The disease is a leading cause of death in the United States and costs our nation $322 billion annually. Read More →

JHH Women’s Board Best Dressed Sale & Boutique Starts November 3

0 Written by: | Thursday, Oct 27, 2016 3:08pm

best-dressed-sale-just-logo-300x112Next Thursday, November 3, Baltimore’s most fashion-minded – and generous – residents will descend upon the Library Carriage House at the Evergreen Museum for the Best Dressed Sale & Boutique Preview Party.

The party, which runs from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., gives guests first crack at the Best Dressed Sale’s selection, which includes a wide range of gently worn clothes and accessories. Read More →



Looking for a Job? D.C. Solar Job Fair Hiring On the Spot

0 Written by: | Thursday, Oct 27, 2016 3:06pm

New solar installers learning how to install solar at a GRID Alternatives job site.

New solar installers training with GRID Alternatives at a Baltimore job site.

If you know of someone looking for a job, or specifically a career in solar, the free Solar Job Fair happening in D.C. on November 17  is an excellent start. Even better, you don’t need prior solar experience, and employers will be interviewing and hiring on the spot. The Solar Job Fair will coincide with the big Solar Focus 2016 at the Renaissance Washington. Read More →

UMD Basketball Coach Inks Lucrative Contract Extension

0 Written by: | Thursday, Oct 27, 2016 2:55pm

Courtesy UMD Athletics

Courtesy UMD Athletics

Mark Turgeon’s strong run so far as head coach for the University of Maryland men’s basketball program has rewarded him with a four-year contract extension that includes a raise beginning with this season.

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Port Discovery’s “Fall-o-ween: Country Fair” is THIS Saturday!

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Port Discovery Halloween Howl

Calling all families! This Saturday, October 29th there will be a good ol’ country farm fair right in the heart of downtown Baltimore! Read More →


Owl Bar is Partying All Weekend for Halloween

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OwlBar2-0catch of the day fish (2)An invitation to an old hotel may seem like the beginning of a ghost story. In this case, however, it’s the start of Halloween weekend planning. Read More →

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