Mary J. Corey, the first woman to hold the top editorial post at The Baltimore Sun, died Tuesday of breast cancer. She was 49. The paper reported the news of Corey’s death on its website Tuesday night. Corey was named ...Read More »
A technology reporter for The Baltimore Sun has released a social media app for home improvement and “do it yourself” enthusiasts, a venture he hopes will help him better understand mobile app industry. Gus G. Sentementes’ iPhone app, NestPix, which ...Read More »
WBAL-TV 11 News reported Tuesday that Baltimore Sun reporter Tricia Bishop passed out during the trial of the Werdesheim brothers this morning and that one of the defendants went to her aid. Avi and Eliyahu Werdesheim, Orthodox Jewish and white, ...Read More »
A local group is seeking to demolish the 45-year-old Morris A. Mechanic Theatre and replace it with two 30-story towers that would add 600 market-rate apartments to center city, a 150,000-square-foot retail complex and an underground parking garage. The $150 ...
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WILMINGTON, Del. — Media company Tribune Co. likely won’t emerge from bankruptcy protection until at least this summer. Tribune, which has been under Chapter 11 protection for three years, had hoped to end the case this year. But in October, ...Read More »
It seems food was never far from the minds of The Daily Record’s online readers in 2011. News about the comings and goings of supermarkets in Baltimore and Maryland are among the most-viewed business stories of the year online. The ...Read More »
WBAL-AM’s Ron Smith, the long-time talk-show host known as “The Voice of Reason,” has died. He was 70. The Baltimore radio station says Smith died Monday night at his home in Shrewsbury, Pa., surrounded by his wife and family. Smith ...Read More »
Maryland’s governor said he can’t support the proposed $7.9 billion takeover of Baltimore’s Constellation Energy by Chicago’s Exelon Corp. that is being considered by his state’s utility board. Gov. Martin O’Malley wrote in a letter to The Baltimore Sun that ...Read More »
A new Wegmans was announced for Owings Mills and a federal agency might hold up the Constellation/Exelon merger. Meanwhile, a legendary Baltimore Sun photographer’s prints are going to auction — much to his daughter’s chagrin — and plans for a ...
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