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Harbor East: Careful Planning Creates Urban Gem In Baltimore

Loch Bar diners make merry on a warm summer evening in Harbor East. (Anthony C. Hayes) BALTIMORE, MD: In the early 1980s, the eastern part of Baltimore’s ‘basin’ consisted mostly of worn out warehouses, empty lots and rusting railroad tracks. Compared […]

Loch Bar diners make merry on a warm summer evening in Harbor East in Baltimore, MD. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Harbor East: Careful Planning Creates Urban Gem In Baltimore

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Loch Bar diners make merry on a warm summer evening in Harbor East. (Anthony C. Hayes) BALTIMORE, MD: In the early 1980s, the eastern part of Baltimore’s ‘basin’ consisted mostly of worn out warehouses, empty lots and rusting railroad tracks. Compared […]

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Chesapeake Collectibles appraiser Ross J. Kelbaugh recalls rare items, amazing finds

Baltimore Colt Hall of Famer Tom Matte talks with antique appraiser Ross J. Kelbaugh on the set of Chesapeake Collectibles. (courtesy MPT) You know that faded daguerreotype of your great-great-grandfather

Orioles’ trading Manny Machado symbolizes what is wrong with baseball

BALTIMORE —  The diehard fans of the Baltimore Orioles will forever lament last week’s loss of Manny Machado, and major league baseball ought to be mourning, too. You want evidence?

Two cases linked in history galvanized the civil rights movement

Original Caption: Sinking to knees, Mrs Mamie Bradley weeps as body of slain son, Emmett Louis Till, 14 arrives at Chicago Rail Station. The youth was found dead in

Baltimore Orioles lead Major League Baseball in boredom

Oriole Park at Camden Yards Opening Day 2018  (Michael Jordan/BPE) BALTIMORE — If you want the truth of it, major league baseball has become a major league bore. I say this

A wheelchair-bound child awaits his turn to sit in a Chevrolet Corvette. On Saturday, July 7, 2018, the Mason-Dixon Chapter of the National Corvette Restorers Society (NCRS) paid its annual visit to the Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital in Baltimore (credit Anthony C. Hayes).

Corvette club brings summer sun to pediatric patients in Mt. Washington

BALTIMORE – Any serious driver would be thrilled to ditch their daily ride and get a sporty new set of wheels. But when you are a hospitalized child, and

Moment of Silence July 5, 2018, 2:33 p.m.

We stand with the Capital and journalists

Antique arms exemplify Spirit of 1776

Baltimore Antique Arms Show exhibitor Denny Fazzini with a display of Civil War rifles. (Anthony C. Hayes) Fireworks displays, with their furious fusillades and powerful vibrations, have long been an

‘We won’t forget being called the enemy of the people’

Police and Fire officials work the scene of an active shooter incident in front 888 Bestgate Road. This building is home to The Capital newspaper, a Baltimore Sun affiliate.

Read Capital Gazette’s 370-word story and the defamation lawsuit that set off Jarrod Ramos

We are publishing the defamation lawsuit ruling and the 370-word story from the Capital Gazette that Jarrod W. Ramos could not let go.  Five years later Ramos gunned down

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