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December 7, 2017

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Section of North Charles Street to be closed for days after water main break

Thursday, Dec 7

A water main break closed North Charles Street near Mt. Royal Avenue just before evening rush hour Wednesday.  

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What to eat and drink at the annual Baltimore Monument lighting Thursday

There will be over 20 local food and drink vendors at the annual holiday Monument lighting in Mount Vernon on Thursday.


Baltimore-area homes that go all out with holiday light displays

Aside from the obvious go-to locations, like Miracle on 34th Street, home owners all over the region are attempting to bring the holiday cheer for neighbors and visitors far and wide with extravagant displays. Here are fi

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Maryland prosecutors pursue manslaughter, murder in overdose cases

As the opioid death toll mounts, some Maryland prosecutors are bringing charges of manslaughter and even murder against those who are supplying users with fatal doses.


Harford County thoroughbred farms part of Maryland effort to court South Korean business

South Korean horse farm owners toured Harford County thoroughbred farms Wednesday, as part of a trip to strengthen bonds between the Asian country's growing horse industry and the industry in Maryland.

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Former Baltimore Gun Trace Task Force supervisor Sgt. Thomas Allers pleads guilty

Sgt. Thomas Allers enters guilty plea to racketeering, becoming fifth officer in Gun Trace Task Force case to plead guilty

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Mayor Pugh says Baltimore's crime situation showing improvement after she launched new initiative

Less than a month after declaring crime in her city "out of control," Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh said a new initiative she launched is already showing results driving down violence.

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Planet Aid sues Baltimore County over collection bin ordinance

The Elkridge-based Planet Aid is suing Baltimore County in federal court over regulations approved by the County Council this summer which imits where its boxes can go.

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Catonsville 'Snowmen' fundraiser melts, donations being returned

A holiday fundraiser was ended after complaints over political overtones of a snowman with the message "No Hate in 21228." This week, the rest of the snowmen, and accompanying donations, are being returned.

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Report: Former Orioles slugger Rafael Palmeiro considering comeback at age 53

Rafael Palmeiro wants to finish his baseball career on better terms after steroids tainted a Hall of Fame resume

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