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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 the places, people, and pastimes they’ve called home.

Column by Jalynn Harris

Charm City Birdwatcher

Commentary on Baltimore sports teams, athletes, coaches and fans.

Column by Karuga Koinange

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Wednesday Morning Headlines: Mayor endorses Alsobrooks without reciprocity; O’Malley moves closer to Social Security post; High-profile M&T branch closes; and more.

Former Gov. O’Malley moves step closer to becoming Social Security commissioner – CBS Baltimore/WJZ Mayor Scott endorses Alsobrooks for Senate, but Alsobrooks doesn’t immediately reciprocate – FOX Baltimore/WBFF New effort in Md. to eliminate contraception deserts – The Sun Gov. Moore speaks on 200-plus arrests during Thanksgiving week – WBAL News M&T Bank closes high-profile…

Tuesday Afternoon Headlines: Orioles announce 2024 home game start times; Baltimore holiday shoppers worry about carjackings; Balt. Co. middle schools to launch mental health hotline; and more.

Orioles announce changes in home game start times for 2024 — WBAL Baltimore-area carjackings have Marylanders worried about shopping during the holiday season — WJZ Mental health hotline to launch at five Baltimore County middle schools later this month — The Baltimore Sun BGE’s conduit financing memo should be made public, the PSC says –…

Tuesday Morning Headlines: Man sentenced to life for murder of Little Italy restaurant manager; Gov. releases security funds amid hate crimes; Calls for more security in Baltimore’s largest park; and more.

Man sentenced to life for murder of Little Italy restaurant manager in 2022 – WMAR-TV Governor releases additional security funds amid wave of hate crimes – The Sun Five Dunbar High students become ill after consuming ‘unidentified substance’ – CBS Baltimore/WJZ-TV Manual transmission thwarts car theft in Anne Arundel County – FOX Baltimore/WBFF-TV Safety concerns…

Monday Afternoon Headlines: Future of Orioles lease; Baltimore native now Spurs’ photographer; When could region see snow?; Company aims to prevent porch pirates; and more.

As lease nears end, Orioles and Maryland may consider development rights separately — The Baltimore Sun Through his own lens: How a self-taught kid from Baltimore became the Spurs’ photographer — San Antonio Report Weather Talk: First chance for snow on the horizon — WBAL ‘Porch Pair’ company aims to reduce package theft in Baltimore…

Program Spotlight 2023: Severn School

THE VAN ENEY ’09 FELLOWS PROGRAM  Through the Van Eney ’09 Fellows Program, seniors at Severn School have the opportunity to pursue a year-long passion project that reflects their growing personal and intellectual interests. Fellows are selected through an application process and work on their projects throughout their senior year. The Fellows project represents learning…

Monday Morning Headlines: Two dead after domestic disturbance in Baltimore County; Miracle on 34th Street lights up Hampden; Medical care for abandoned cats; and more.

Two dead after domestic disturbance leads to Baltimore County officers firing weapons in Parkville – CBS Baltimore/WJZ Miracle on 34th Street lights up Hampden – WMAR-TV North Baltimore man’s car stolen twice despite security measures – FOX Baltimore/WBFF First year of mobile sports betting in Maryland generates revenue and concerns – The Sun Baltimore City…

Friday Morning Headlines: Which stores are open on Black Friday; Arrests near Patterson Park amid crime concerns; Ice rink to open at Baltimore Peninsula; and more.

Which stores are open on Black Friday – CBS Baltimore/WJZ 3 juveniles, adult arrested near Patterson Park amid rising crime concern – FOX Baltimore/WBFF Pop-up ice skating rink opening at Baltimore Peninsula – The Sun City DPW wants ‘Citizen Inspectors’ to check for lead in pipes – Baltimore Brew Inmates reflect on their educational progress…

A break for Thanksgiving

Baltimore Fishbowl will not be posting new content today. We are taking a short break for the holiday, and will return tomorrow. We wish all our readers a happy and healthy Thanksgiving!

Wednesday Afternoon Headlines: Maryland to get over $30M in tobacco funds, 25 years after settlement; Some Maryland ER wait times near a whole day; CAIR leader suspended from hate crime commission; and more.

Maryland wins fight for over $30M in disputed tobacco funds, almost 25 years after massive settlement — The Baltimore Sun Some of the longest emergency room wait times in Maryland can stretch almost a whole day — Maryland Matters Maryland Executive Director of CAIR temporarily suspended from Commission on Hate Crimes — WMAR Southwest Airlines…

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