Wendell Pierce’s latest groundbreaking role came with shovels and dirt. The actor who played Bunk Moreland on The Wire was among the dignitaries who turned out to mark the start of construction on an apartment complex in Station North on Tuesday. His involvement goes beyond tossing some dirt with the golden shovel. Read More →
Attorney General Brian Frosh says he wants justice for poor defendants around Maryland. He penned a letter today to the body that makes practices for Maryland’s court system asking them to change the rules for setting bail.
The National Aquarium has launched an effort to protect a natural asset 70 miles off the coast of Maryland.
Microsoft included an image of a man who had just been fatally shot in Curtis Bay on its Bing Streetside mapping software last year. The morbid visual remained there until yesterday, when, after the Sun ran a report about the body lying in the road on camera, the software company edited it out.
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The bakery that sells everyone’s favorite hometown cookie in Lexington Market has closed its doors by order of the City Health Department.
Clementine didn’t disappear completely after the Hamilton restaurant closed last year. Now, the owners are looking to reopen, with a few changes. Read More →
With a new trial for “Serial” subject Adnan Syed pending, the attorneys representing the man with the longstanding questionable murder conviction have asked the state to release him on bail.
Roland Park residents have succeeded in their efforts to get the Baltimore City Council to restrict development on property owned by the Baltimore Country Club.
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