Thursday Morning Headlines: Starlite Diner to Take Over Former Shoo-Fly Space; 14-Story Hotel Coming to Empty Calvert Street Parcel; Is Brexit an Opportunity for Maryland? and More

0 Written by: | Thursday, Jun 30, 2016 7:00am

Under Armour’s UA Lighthouse opens at City Garage in Port Covington –

‘You are not going to die out here’: A woman’s terrifying night in the Chesapeake – Washington Post

Hogan says he’ll keep fighting Democrats over funding road projects – Washington Post

Opinion: Brexit spells opportunity for Maryland, which should recruit British CEOs – Maryland Reporter

The Starlite Diner to take over former Shoo-Fly space in Belvedere Square – Baltimore magazine

Exclusive: 14-story hotel coming to empty Calvert Street parcel – BBJ

Baltimore County to offer details of rollout of police body cameras – Baltimore Sun


Wednesday Afternoon Headlines: Complaint Filed Against Marilyn Mosby for Freddie Gray Investigation; Mulberry Madness; and More

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Jun 29, 2016 6:14pm

Appeals court orders new trial for man convicted of killing Phylicia Barnes — Baltimore Sun

10-page complaint filed against Marilyn Mosby over Freddie Gray investigation — CBS Baltimore

Changes announced in Baltimore use of force policy — WBAL

Pompeian ready to expand in East Baltimore, add jobs — BBJ

Mulberry Madness hits Baltimore — ABC2


Wednesday Morning Headlines: Did Baltimore’s Unrest Bring About Change?; The 8 Neighborhoods Hosting Light City Baltimore Next Year; A Bike Path for the Entire East Coast; and More

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Jun 29, 2016 7:00am

Rioting makes no sense, but is it possible Baltimore’s unrest brought about some change? – Washington Post

A Bike Path for the Entire East Coast – CityLab

Jones, Kim, Davis Homer In Orioles’ 11-7 Win Over Padres – CBS Baltimore

Maryland’s First Responders Get Active Shooter Training – CBS Baltimore

Here are the 8 neighborhoods Light City Baltimore will have art projects in next year – BBJ

Rapper’s murder leaves peers with bleak outlook on Baltimore – Baltimore Sun


Tuesday Afternoon Headlines: Officers Request Dismissal in Gray Case; and More

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Jun 28, 2016 6:07pm

Officers request dismissal in Gray case – Baltimore Sun

Local chef opening Mt. Vernon Marketplace’s newest store — BBJ

14-year-old shot in Baltimore — CBS Baltimore

New calls to investigate top prosecutor — Fox News


Tuesday Morning Headlines: Baltimore YouthWorks Offers 8,000 Summer Jobs; Alchemy in Hampden Set to Close; Bel Air Swimmer Headed to Olympics; and More

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Jun 28, 2016 7:00am

Alchemy in Hampden set to close by end of June – City Paper

Fight Over ‘Pay To Play’ Reaches Fever Pitch In Harford Co. – CBS Baltimore

Bel Air’s Chase Kalisz Heading to Olympics – Baltimore magazine

Baltimore YouthWorks program offers 8,000 summer jobs for second straight year – BBJ

Preservation group launches petition to reuse, rather than demolish, Bel-Loc Diner – Baltimore Sun


Monday Afternoon Headlines: Indecent Exposure Charges for Cecil County State’s Attorney; Waterman Banned; and More

0 Written by: | Monday, Jun 27, 2016 4:42pm

For many in Baltimore’s growing Latino community, healthcare is a challenge — Kaiser Health News

Indecent exposure charges filed against Cecil County state’s attorney — WBAL

Md. woman who fell overboard found alive; slept overnight on island — CBS Baltimore

Maryland waterman banned for life following rockfish poaching convictions — Baltimore Sun

Brexit continues to hit Baltimore-area stocks — BBJ

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Towson’s White Nationalist Is Still Causing Trouble

0 Written by: | Monday, Jun 27, 2016 10:04am


A clash between avowed white nationalists and anti-fascist protestors at the California state house this weekend resulted in chaos and at least 10 injured people. And guess who was right in the middle of things? Read More →


Monday Morning Headlines: Baltimore Rapper Murdered; Wheelchair-Accessible Catamaran Visits Baltimore; Md. Pastor and a Rabbi Want In on Medical Marijuana; and More

0 Written by: | Monday, Jun 27, 2016 7:10am

So a Maryland pastor and a rabbi want to grow medical marijuana … – Washington Post

A record number of Marylanders will travel for Fourth of July weekend  – BBJ

Baltimore County man dies in Timonium motorcycle crash – Baltimore Sun

Killing of Baltimore rapper Lor Scoota – ‘one of the voices of the city’ – stuns community – Baltimore Sun

‘It’s like freedom’: Wheelchair-accessible catamaran visits Baltimore harbor – Baltimore Sun


Friday Afternoon Headlines: Man Gets 15 Years for Looting During Unrest; Freddie Gray Circle Suffered Another Loss; Bidding Adieu to Pimlico; and More

0 Written by: | Friday, Jun 24, 2016 7:31pm

Freddie Gray circle suffered another loss day before Goodson acquittal — Baltimore Sun

Man gets 15 years for arson, looting during Baltimore unrest — AP

Bidding adieu to Pimlico — WBAL

Baltimore nonprofits say minimum wage hike would lead to funding challenges — BBJ

Say what you will, but the Orioles are doing something right — FoxSports

Lifeline, Links, Mt. Vernon

Repairs Still Progressing at Mt. Vernon Sinkhole

0 Written by: | Friday, Jun 24, 2016 4:53pm

photo: Baltimore DPW

photo: Baltimore DPW

Mt. Vernon became the latest sinkhole zone when the roadway collapsed on Centre St. in April. The work goes on two months later and is expected to take another month. Read More →

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