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Parkville marketing firm wins Reisterstown’s banner contest

No Other Name Studios’ design was chosen as the winner in the Reisterstown Improvement Association’s banner contest. Irwin Kramer, chairman of the asociation, left, stands with Thomas Henry, owner of No Other Name Studios, center, and Herb Weiss, president of the association. (submitted photo)

A Parkville marketing communications firm’s banner was chosen as the winner of Reisterstown’s main street banner competition. No Other Name Studios’s design will be displayed on banners throughout the Reisterstown historic district for two years, starting in October. The company will receive a grand ...

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For universities, discussion and healing as well as marches

University students and faculty from around Baltimore are marching and protesting the death of Freddie Gray, but they’re also positioning themselves as healers and discussion leaders following this week’s riots. Hundreds attended student-led protests demanding justice for Freddie Gray at ...

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Construction to begin at new Social Security Administration complex in Reisterstown

Construction is expected to begin at a $150 million Social Security Administration complex after a ceremonial groundbreaking set for Jan. 26 at 10:30 a.m. More than 1,600 federal employees are expected to work at the site, at 6100 Wabash Ave., ...

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Rains cause flooding, rescues in Baltimore area

Maryland emergency management officials are urging state residents to be careful when traveling because of heavy rains that have prompted rescues and evacuations in the Baltimore area. The Maryland Emergency Management Agency says motorists should check news, weather and traffic ...

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O’Malley says Maryland is preparing for Irene

REISTERSTOWN — Gov. Martin O’Malley said the mandatory evacuation of Ocean City was going smoothly on Friday and that preparations continued for Hurricane Irene that is barreling toward the mid-Atlantic region. O’Malley said he was optimistic that the 5 p.m. evacuation ...

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O’Malley declares state of emergency due to Irene

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O’Malley has declared a state of emergency in preparation for Hurricane Irene. The governor made the declaration on Thursday, shortly before he scheduled a news conference to provide an update on the storm. In his disaster ...

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Baltimore councilwoman to dismiss suit against blogger

The attorney for a Baltimore councilwoman says she will dismiss her libel and defamation suit against a blogger. Councilwoman Belinda Conaway sued Examiner.com political blogger Adam Meister and his publisher for $21 million over a column that alleged she doesn’t ...

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Maryland officials issue alert in wake of DC suspicious letters

REISTERSTOWN — Maryland officials say no suspicious letters have been reported in the state, but they are warning residents to be on the lookout after dozens of Washington schools received envelopes containing white powder. Maryland Emergency Management Agency Director Richard ...

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