Wednesday afternoon headlines: Alabama restaurateur says opening Ray Lewis’ Full Moon Bar-B-Que was his worst mistake; Johns Hopkins makes list of wealthiest universities; Essex Toddler In Fair Condition After Violent Attack By Family Pit Bull; and more

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Alabama Restaurateur Says Opening Ray Lewis’ Full Moon Bar-B-Que Was His Worst Mistake- Baltimore Business Journal

Police Identify Elderly Man Found Stabbed in Lansdowne Home- Baltimore Sun

LA Fitness Opens at Towson Commons- Baltimore Sun

Johns Hopkins Makes List of Wealthiest Universities- Baltimore Business Journal

Possible Reasons Abound for Michael Phelps’ Return to Swimming- Baltimore Sun

Essex Toddler in Fair Condition after Violent Attack by Family Pit Bull- CBS Baltimore

Robber Attempts to Hold Up Man at Towson ATM- Baltimore Sun


Wednesday Morning Headlines: Towson University Earns Nat’l Recognition for Green Practices; Brown Responds to Gansler Gaffe; Slain 14-Year-Old Remembered as a Good Friend; and More

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Apr 23, 2014 7:00am

Brown says Gansler comments on military service were ‘reckless and irresponsible’ - Washington Post

Towson University Earns National Recognition for ‘Green’ Practices - North Baltimore Patch

Slain 14-year-old remembered as a good friend - Baltimore Sun

Netflix, home of ‘House of Cards,’ to raise prices - Baltimore Sun

Spring-time for Wye Oak - City Paper

Police Accuse Father & Son Of Being Drug Traffickers - CBS Baltimore

In wake of Columbia mall shooting, Ken Ulman proposes increased mental health spending for Howard County - Baltimore Business Journal

D.C. prison guard arrested on bribery charges - Washington Post


Tuesday afternoon headlines: University Of Maryland Hockey Player Found Dead Of Alleged Overdose; Towson-area artisans to display their creations at Sugarloaf Crafts Festival; Domino Debuts Its Sugar Cane Hard Hat & Solar Powered Sign; and more

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Apr 22, 2014 4:46pm

University Of Maryland Hockey Player Found Dead Of Alleged Overdose- CBS Baltimore

14-Year-Old Shot In The Head Makes 7th Teen Killed In Baltimore This Year- CBS Baltimore

Towson-Area Artisans to Display Their Creations at Sugarloaf Crafts Festival- Baltimore Sun

The Faces Behind First Mariner Bank’s New Ownership Group- Baltimore Business Journal

Man Charged with Fatally Shooting Neighbor after Sunday Cookout- Baltimore Sun

Domino Debuts Its Sugar Cane Hard Hat & Solar Powered Sign- CBS Baltimore

Walmart Launching Store-To-Store Money Transfer Thursday- Baltimore Business Journal


Tuesday Morning Headlines: Autistic Md. Boy Assaulted by Teen Girls Speaks Out; Towson Bombing Survivor Returns to Boston Marathon One Year Later; Baltimore Gets Its Own Japanese Noodle Shop; and More

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Apr 22, 2014 7:00am

Dyane Fancey, a Prominent Baltimore Poet, Dies at 63 – Baltimore Sun

Anthony Brown Stalled in Maryland Governor’s Race – Splice Today

Towson Bombing Survivor Returns to Boston Marathon 1 Year Later – North Baltimore Patch

Baltimore Gets Its Own Japanese Noodle Shop with Ten Ten Ramen – City Paper

Baltimore Senator Verna Jones-Rodwell To Retire – CBS Baltimore

Speed Camera In Towson Vandalized With White Paint – CBS Baltimore

Autistic Boy Assaulted By Teen Girls Speaks Out – CBS Baltimore

Hokey men kept city’s streets clean – Retro Baltimore

Police use stun gun on man and arrest two others at Inner Harbor – Baltimore Sun

Kevin Plank-backed whiskey distillery moving forward – Baltimore Sun


Monday afternoon headlines: Victoria Gastro Pub owners to open Howard County’s first farmhouse brewery; Gas Grill Catches Fire, Destroying 2 Homes In Timonium; Shake Shack opening first Baltimore location on Pratt Street; and more

0 Written by: | Monday, Apr 21, 2014 4:52pm

Victoria Gastro Pub Owners to Open Howard County’s First Farmhouse Brewery- Baltimore Business Journal

Towson University Goes Green- CBS Baltimore

Gas Grill Catches Fire, Destroying 2 Homes In Timonium- CBS Baltimore

Police Investigating Vandalism of Towson Speed Camera- ABC 2 News

Shake Shack Opening First Baltimore Location on Pratt Street- Baltimore Business Journal

Maryland Hospitals Must Trim Readmissions by Nearly 7% or Miss Out on Revenue Boost- Baltimore Business Journal


Irony Alert: Outbreak of Food Poisoning at Baltimore’s Food Safety Conference

0 Written by: | Monday, Apr 21, 2014 9:50am


Officials at the Food Safety Summit, held earlier this month at the Baltimore Convention Center, attended panels on dealing with food allergens, product testing, and food handler training. They also may have eaten food that got them sick.
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Monday Morning Headlines: Another Look at Baltimore’s Cyclist Attacks; ‘Hurricane’ Carter Dies at 76; Five Men Shot in Baltimore Friday and Early Saturday; and More

0 Written by: | Monday, Apr 21, 2014 7:00am

Baltimore’s Cyclist Assaults are Motivated by Race, Class – The Baltimore Chop

Autistic Md. boy says he wants to resume relationship with girls accused of abusing him – Washington Post

Marylanders look to create new memories at Boston Marathon – Baltimore Sun

Five men shot in Baltimore Friday and early Saturday – Baltimore Sun

Cyberattacks threaten Md agencies, but no evidence of major disruptions – Maryland Reporter

In Md. Court, Teen Takeover Offers A Second Chance – CBS Baltimore

Rubin (Hurricane) Carter, Boxer Whose Murder Convictions Were Overturned, Dies at 76 – New York Times


Friday Morning Headlines: Youth Leader Gunned Down on Baltimore’s West Side; What Md. Executive Made More Than $33M Last Year?; More Super-Freezing Winters Are in Our Future; and More

0 Written by: | Friday, Apr 18, 2014 7:00am

Largest Latino group in Maryland backs Brown for governor, Frosh for attorney general – Washington Post

What Maryland Executive Made More Than $33M Last Year? Top 16 Salaries – North Baltimore Patch

Youth leader gunned down on Baltimore’s west side – Baltimore Sun

Baltimore arts groups receive more than $2.5 million in NEA grants – Baltimore Sun

Gubernatorial candidates divided on how to adjust or cut state taxes – Maryland Reporter

Baltimore Mourns Death Of The King Of Kielbasa, John Ostrowski – CBS Baltimore

Mizeur Promoting State-Run Retirement Savings Plan – CBS Baltimore

Maryland’s abandoned health exchange had no discernible leadership – Baltimore Business Journal

America Could Get More and More Super-Freezing Winters – The Atlantic Cities

Chelsea Clinton announces she is pregnant – Baltimore Sun

Gabriel García Márquez, Conjurer of Literary Magic, Dies at 87 – New York Times


Thursday Morning Headlines: Five Things Baltimore McDonald’s Restaurants Are Known For; Ray Lewis’s Oceanfront Home Sold for $4.77M; Baltimore’s 50 Best Restaurants; and More

0 Written by: | Thursday, Apr 17, 2014 7:00am

Gansler calls health care ‘a right’ in his latest TV ad for Maryland  - Washington Post

O’Malley: ‘The Death Penalty Doesn’t Work’ – North Baltimore Patch

Tipped workers left behind in minimum wage hike – Maryland Reporter

Five Things Baltimore McDonald’s’s are known for – City Paper

Music Icon Stevie Wonder Visits Local Vegan Restaurant – CBS Baltimore

Retired Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis just sold an oceanfront home for $4.77M. Here’s what it looks like – Baltimore Business Journal

Baltimore’s Washington Monument is still closed, but you can get tickets to go inside the D.C. version – Baltimore Business Journal

Baltimore’s 50 best restaurants – Baltimore Sun

The Polar Vortex Is to Blame for This Year’s Brutal Allergy Season – The Atlantic Cities

College Board gives sneak preview of redesigned SAT exam – Baltimore Sun

Mall in Columbia adds Anthropologie, Talbots, Maggiano’s Little Italy and Seasons 52


Wednesday Afternoon Headlines: Don Scott to Retire; Casino Owners Join Forces to Build Another Casino; Mizeur Pushes “Death with Dignity” Law

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Apr 16, 2014 7:17pm

Z on TV: Don Scott Retiring from WBAL After 40 Years - The Baltimore Sun

Officer Jailed For Assaulting Man Suspected of Break-in of Girlfriend’s Home - The Baltimore Sun

Mall in Columbia to Add More Mall Stores: Anthropologie, Talbots and More - The BBJ

Maryland Live! Casino Developer Joins Forces With Rival to Offer More Gambling, This Time in New York - BBJ

Mizeur Advocates for Physician Assisted Suicide – cbslocal

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