Friday Morning Headlines: SRB Could Face Tough Re-Election; O’Malley to Make Announcement Saturday; Nitrogen in the Bay; and More

0 Written by: | Friday, May 29, 2015 7:56am

Mayor could face tough race for re-election, analysts predict — Baltimore Sun

Will Baltimore’s troubles handicap O’Malley’s White House hopes? — McClatchy

Groups plan to protest Martin O’Malley announcement — Baltimore Sun

One of Baltimore’s youngest victims of gun violence speaking out — CBS Baltimore

Astronaut speaks at Dulaney Valley High School — WBAL-TV

Senators concerned about nitrogen pollution from Pa. in the Bay — Maryland Reporter

Orioles attendance is way down, but there’s an asterisk — BBJ


Thursday Afternoon Headlines: Officers Arrested in Freddie Gray Case Weren’t Cuffed; MdTA Employee Killed on I-95 While Mowing; and More

0 Written by: | Thursday, May 28, 2015 4:47pm

Officers arrested in Freddie Gray case taken to jail without handcuffs — Baltimore Sun

Police body cameras pilot program to start in December — WBAL

MdTA Employee Mowing Grass Along I-95 Killed in Collision — CBS Baltimore

Md. man charged with indecent exposure involving children — CBS DC

Space mission to Europa will include 2 JHU devices — Baltimore

Why a French shipping giant added Baltimore as a port of call — BBJ

Food & Drink, Links

Urban BBQ at Union Craft Brewing to benefit Cystic Fibrosis Maryland

0 Written by: | Thursday, May 28, 2015 10:22am


A delicious, fun event is happening this weekend. You need to get to this one – you’ll feel good about it and it’s for an important cause. I can’t wait!

Every year, The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation hosts the annual Passion For Food & Wine at the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore. It’s amazing. It’s a very high end event with some of Baltimore’s best chefs cooking (right at the table!) for guests. It’s like nothing else in town. But, then it’s not something everyone can afford. So this spring, the Passion For Food & Wine chefs and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation are hosting another food-driven event. This time, ​a bit more casual – a summer barbecue with an amazing group of chefs at Union Craft Brewing. Yep, you know it’s gonna be good.  Read More →

Featured, Lifeline, Links

Amazon’s Free Same-Day Delivery Begins Today in Baltimore

0 Written by: | Thursday, May 28, 2015 9:11am

Amazon introduces same-day delivery

If you are a member of Amazon Prime, the online retailer’s $99-a-year premium service, you can get your books/groceries/electronics/1,500 live lady bugs delivered the same day. Read More →


Thursday Morning Headlines: Davis Homers Twice in Win Over Astros; Safe Streets Keeps Peace in Baltimore; O’Malley Should Be More Like Kevin Plank; and More

0 Written by: | Thursday, May 28, 2015 7:00am

Officers in Freddie Gray case file for change of venue – Baltimore Sun

In Baltimore’s bloody May, Safe Streets keeps peace – Baltimore Sun

Chris Davis launches two homers, O’s take series from Astros – Baltimore Sun

Environmentalists praise new Clean Water Rules; farmers upset – Maryland Reporter

Martin O’Malley Needs to Become the Underdog Disruptor Under Armour’s Kevin Plank Is – Baltimore Business Journal

India Heat Wave Kills More Than 1,300 – New York Times

Most kids breeze through first round of National Spelling Bee – Washington Post


Wednesday Afternoon Headlines: Severe Thunderstorm Warnings; Job Growth in Md; Student Venture Capitalists at Johns Hopkins; and More

0 Written by: | Wednesday, May 27, 2015 4:54pm

Music an issue in Under Armour suit against Skechers — Baltimore Sun

Severe thunderstorm warnings issued for parts of Md. — CBS Baltimore

Orioles designate Alejandro de Aza for assignment — Baltimore Sun

City schools send out pink slips to 100 employees — WBAL-TV

Johns Hopkins has a new student-run venture fund — Baltimore

Maryland gains 16,400 jobs in April, highest total in 5 years — BBJ


Wednesday Morning Headlines: O’s Lose; Fourth Staffer Leaves SRB’s Criminal Justice Team; UA Ships Through Port of Baltimore Again; and More

0 Written by: | Wednesday, May 27, 2015 7:00am

Orioles fall to Astros as offensive woes continue – Baltimore Sun

Fourth staffer leaving Rawlings-Blake’s criminal justice team – Baltimore Sun

Hopkins studies student vision, learning – Baltimore Sun

New law aims to protect oyster farms from poachers – Maryland Reporter

Police: 9-Year-Old Shot During Baltimore Violence Was Not the Target – CBS Baltimore

Under Armour to ship through Port of Baltimore for first time in 8 years – Baltimore Business Journal


Tuesday Afternoon Headlines: Unrest Cost Baltimore $20 Million; Under Armour to Ship Through Port of Baltimore; and More

0 Written by: | Tuesday, May 26, 2015 5:22pm

U.S. Capitol evacuated after false alarm — CNN

Maryland lawmakers take up police reform after Baltimore unrest — Reuters

City projects unrest to cost Baltimore $20 million — Baltimore Sun

Survey: Students feel safe in Baltimore schools — WBAL-TV

Under Armour to ship through Baltimore for first time in 8 years — BBJ

Small jet rolls partly off runway at BWI — WBOC-TV



Tuesday Morning Headlines: 35 Killings in Baltimore This Month; O’s Pitcher Suspended Eight Games; ‘Free Range’ Parents Cleared of Neglect in One Case; and More; a

0 Written by: | Tuesday, May 26, 2015 7:00am

Baltimore Grapples With Blight Quandary – Wall Street Journal

Deadly month sees 35 killings – Baltimore Sun

Brian Matusz suspended eight games, will appeal ruling – Baltimore Sun

Towson WW II airman’s prayer book returned from Europe after 70 years – Baltimore Sun

Rascovar: Move the Preakness to Laurel? No way – Maryland Reporter

Maryland’s ‘free range’ parents cleared of neglect in one case – Washington Post


Friday Afternoon Headlines: Biden Speaks to Naval Academy Grads; State Center Pushed; and More

0 Written by: | Friday, May 22, 2015 4:43pm

Hogan’s plan to shift funds from schools to pension turns out to be illegal — Huffington Post

In Annapolis, Biden tells Naval Academy’s graduating class they will defend Pacific peace — Baltimore Sun

Widow of ex-Ravens player part of new lawsuit against NFL teams — CBS Baltimore

Prisoner escapes in Centerville area — WBAL-TV

State Center supporters say project would bring jobs, grocery store to area that needs them — BBJ

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