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Along the Patapsco

The stories that flow along the Patapsco River.

Column by Rafael Alvarez

Bohemian Rhapsody

A writer’s life in Baltimore, where it’s never too late to be a work-in-progress.

Column by Marion Winik

On a Marble Stair

A Baltimore poet, essayist and educator chronicles adventures and experiences with the places, people, and pastimes they have called home.

Column by Jalynn Harris

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Tuesday Afternoon Headlines: Hope for Patterson Bowling Center; Baltimore to expand violence reduction strategy next year; Maryland suspends ‘Ever Forward’ captain’s license; and more.

Patterson Bowling Center, the oldest continuously operating duckpin alley in the country, might be saved — The Baltimore Sun Baltimore’s Group Violence Reduction Strategy to expand to Southwestern District in early 2023 — WJZ-TV Maryland suspends license of ‘Ever Forward’ captain — WBAL-TV Under Armour founder Kevin Plank lists Park City condo for $21.5 million…

Tuesday Morning Headlines: Date set for North Avenue sinkhole repair; County executives sworn in across Md.; King becomes SUNY chancellor; and more.

Man found dead in building hours after firefighters leave scene – WBAL-TV Date set for North Avenue sinkhole to be repaired – WMAR-TV County Executives sworn in in Baltimore, Howard, Frederick, Harford counties and elsewhere – WBAL News Former Md. gubernatorial candidate John King names SUNY chancellor – The Sun Trash collector bemoans burden of…

Monday Afternoon Headlines: Judge orders legal proceedings over Catholic clergy abuse report to remain confidential; Council president says mayor’s veto of pension plan ‘sets us back’; and more.

Baltimore judge orders all proceedings secret in legal fight over release of Catholic clergy abuse report — The Baltimore Sun Mayor’s veto of Baltimore City Council pension plan ‘sets us back,’ council president responds — WJZ-TV Lender shells out $45M to convert Baltimore Holiday Inn, Radisson hotels to apartments — Baltimore Business Journal Come January…

Monday Morning Headlines: Christmas parade prevails; Amazon driver nabs other packages; Big sports betting winner; and more.

Christmas parade prevails despite BPD officer shortage – WBFF-TV Surveillance video appears to show Amazon driver stealing other packages after delivery – WBAL-TV Md. sports bettor wins $714,000 by picking 3 huge underdogs – The Sun Late mail-in vote count topples some conservative school board candidates – Maryland Matters Victim identified in pedestrian hit-and-run that…

Rethinking Baltimore’s Inner Harbor for Enduring and Dynamic Success

With a potential new developer named to acquire and revitalize the two Harborplace pavilions at Pratt and Light streets, many city planners, business leaders and others are suggesting ways to improve Baltimore’s downtown waterfront and draw tourists and area residents back to the Inner Harbor shoreline. In the following article, Rebecca Alban Hoffberger offers one…

Take a First Look at Friends – December 8

Friends School invites you to First Look @ Friends. During this open house event, prospective families will hear from faculty and administrators about the curriculum and culture, tour the campus and classrooms, and engage with a student panel to learn more about what they love about Friends. Register at bit.ly/VistsFSB

Notre Dame Prep Receives Two Readers’ Choice Awards

Notre Dame Preparatory School has received two recognitions in the Baltimore Style 2022 Readers’ Choice Awards: This is the third consecutive year that NDP has won the Style Readers’ Choice award for best girls private middle school; this is also the third consecutive “Best High School Teacher” honor for NDP. “The award for best private…

Live Well with AgeWell

Ever hear the expression “60 is the new 40” or “70 the new 50?” Today, people are living longer, healthier and more independent lives than those of previous generations. But aging also brings its own sets of challenges as well as adventures. Through AgeWell Baltimore, a new Associated we are fortunate to have access to over…

Friday Morning Headlines: New Baltimore sheriff stops eviction notices on shared doors; Pickleball venue to open in Baltimore County; and more.

Sam Cogen, Baltimore’s first new sheriff in 30-plus years, ending policy of posting eviction notices on shared doors — The Baltimore Sun Baltimore Pickleball Club opening 12,000-square-foot venue in Baltimore County — Baltimore Business Journal Students arrested after gun found at Carver Vocational-Technical High School in Baltimore — WJZ-TV Parents voice concerns over ongoing threats…

Thursday Afternoon Headlines: Hampden Christmas parade is on for Sunday; Toll fee grace period extended; Under Armour to invest $1M in textile research at NC State University; and more.

‘The parade is on!’ Hampden Christmas parade a go for Sunday. — The Baltimore Sun MDTA extends toll fee grace period 2 weeks, setting new Dec. 15 deadline — WMAR-TV What’s behind Under Armour’s new million-dollar partnership with NC State — Baltimore Business Journal Thompson will serve as acting city solicitor after questions arise about…

70-unit apartment building proposed for Key Highway

Federal Hill’s Southern Land Company is planning a 70-unit apartment building at 1302 Key Hwy. in Riverside/Key Highway. The property, which was formerly a gas station from the 1930s until 1993, is currently being used as an industrial garage as well as the home to the On Brazilian Time food truck.