Two Baltimore police officers accused of striking a parked car and leaving the scene were charged Monday with hit and run, Baltimore County police confirmed.Read More »
PARKVILLE — A motorist accused of obstructing a school bus driver says through a lawyer he tried to stop the bus to complain a student passenger threw a bottle at his windshield, then was forced to jump on its hood ...Read More »
The ongoing, free-form experiment in human nature and social behavior that is the Pokemon Go mobile game appears to be spawning new entrepreneurial efforts. An enterprising Hampden resident claims to be selling his services on Craigslist as a Pokemon Go chauffeur, offering ...Read More »
Former Towson University President Maravene Loeschke passed away Tuesday of complications from cancer at the Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson, the university said. She was 68. “Our hearts are broken,” said Timothy J. L. Chandler, Towson University’s interim president, in ...Read More »
GREENBELT — A Maryland man has been indicted on charges of exporting American manufactured industrial products to Iran. A federal grand jury returned an indictment against 32-year-old Ali Saboonchi of Parkville, Md., on Monday. The indictment was unsealed Thursday when ...Read More »
Baltimore’s grocery store merry-go-round continues. Two Fresh & Green’s grocery stores that opened in former Superfresh locations last year after that market closed are being converted to Giant Food stores, the Landover-based grocery announced Friday. Giant last week signed an ...Read More »
How sweet it is. That’s what neighbors in Parkville are saying now that the new Wockenfuss Homemade Candies has opened in an abandoned discount outlet near Northern Parkway and Chesley Avenue. A small U.S. Post Office is also stationed in ...
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This week, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joined Department of Public Works Director Alfred H. Foxx for the re-opening of the Northwest Sanitation Yard – gussied up to become the new “Super Citizen Convenience Center.” The center, at 2824 Sisson St., ...
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Downtown Baltimore's Superfresh grocery store closed Tuesday, but was back open Friday with a new name and new ownership. That story and more in this week's staff-written business top 5.Read More »
The owner of Superfresh grocery stores says it will shut down 13 stores in July because it can’t find buyers. Superfresh has been trying to sell 25 stores, mostly in the Baltimore area. The company announced Wednesday that it found ...Read More »