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Babe Ruth was the twinkle in America’s eye

BALTIMORE – Nearly a quarter-century ago, when this city opened brand new Oriole Park at Camden Yards, a local sports writing legend named John Steadman hired a small plane to fly over the field on Opening Day, carrying a banner […]

Babe Ruth was the twinkle in America’s eye

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BALTIMORE – Nearly a quarter-century ago, when this city opened brand new Oriole Park at Camden Yards, a local sports writing legend named John Steadman hired a small plane to fly over the field on Opening Day, carrying a banner […]

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Saturday and Sunday Brunch at GDL Italian by Giada

GDL Italian by Giada in Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino has expanded their hours to include brunch Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30 am to 2 pm, tempting patrons and casino goers

Five new pizzas, which would you choose?

The 58-year-old Grotto Pizza wanted to do something different to kick off October’s National Pizza Month and launched “Create Your Own Pizza Competition.”  Out of forty submissions they received,

Why and Where to Invest in Baltimore’s Real Estate Market

Baltimore may not be the first city that comes to mind when thinking about real estate investing, but it’s one of the better-performing markets in the U.S. Growth has

How do Motorcycle Accident Laws Work in Baltimore?

A motorcycle does not have the added safety features that come standard in cars and trucks. Motorcycles don’t have seatbelts, airbags, or a sturdy metal frame to protect the

Why You Can’t Afford a DUI in Baltimore County

Drunk driving is a serious issue on U.S. roadways. Despite the threat of jail time and other prohibitive fines, many American drivers continue to get behind the wheel after

Baltimore Businesses to Benefit from Focus on Inclusivity

As progressive American and Maryland society is, private businesses and public bodies sometimes fall down when it comes to recruitment. Public appetite to create and retain inclusive jobs is

Updating Baltimore’s road safety and traffic calming measures

After a fatal car crash in Somerset County last year, guardrail end treatments are now being removed from Maryland highways. Designed to cushion the impact of a car that hits a

Baltimore Police Officer being held without bail on drug charges

Officer Spencer P. Moore, a longtime veteran of Baltimore’s City police department and the son of Baltimore police Col. Robert Smith, was arrested on July 24th when he was charged

‘Where can the children like Taylor go to seek refuge from this deathtrap called Baltimore City?’

Dear Editor, Little Taylor Hayes will be buried on Saturday. She was the seven-year-old who was shot while riding in the back seat of a car through the decaying streets

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