Top Stories: Authorities Investigate Icy Crash Involving Tanker; UB’s Langsdale Library Sheds Skin; Unique Renovation of Riverside Rowhome

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Last Saturday’s spot of winter weather led to a horrific crash on I-95 in which a Carroll Fuel tanker slipped over the edge of I-95 near Caton Avenue, killing the driver. Our readers were most interested this week in reading about investigators’ search for information on what led to the tragic accident. While authorities are still investigating, they did reveal today that the driver was Clinton Lamont Worrell, Jr., a 31-year Baltimore resident. “Clinton was an outstanding employee during his 2.5+ years with Carroll,” company president John Phelps said in a statement. “He will be sorely missed for his dedication to the job and his friendship.”

Here were our other most well-read stories during the week of Dec. 17-23:

Ed Gunts – Langsdale Library Sheds its Skin; Hopkins Supports High Impact Development; Potential Buyer for Baltimore Sun HQ; and More – Monday, Dec. 19

Cynthia McIntyre – Renovation With Personality In South Fed Hill: Walk to Riverside Park, TJ Elementary – Wednesday, Dec. 21

Ethan McLeod – Baltimore County Council OKs Construction of Royal Farms Near Downtown Towson – Tuesday, Dec. 20

Road to Rhodes Scholarship Passes through Gilman – Friday, Dec. 19

Ethan McLeod – Harbaugh Makes ‘All-Time Worst’ Play Call in Win Over Eagles – Monday, Dec. 19

Stephen Babcock – Justin Tucker Goes Public With Plot to End Dabbing – Monday, Dec. 19

Ed Gunts – Owner Considers Mount Vernon Nightspot Sale, Former Sons of Italy Lodge Eyed for Demolition; Progress on Roland Park Water Tower and More – Monday, Dec. 5

Stephen Babcock – Poe-Themed Hotel Opening in Downtown Baltimore – Tuesday, Dec. 20

Laurel Peltier – The Cost of Switching Electricity Suppliers in Maryland: $137M – Tuesday, Dec. 20

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