Good afternoon, Baltimore: Thursday lunchtime lowdown

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ON THE SITE...

Howard Community College bomb threat causes evacuation: Howard Community College was ordered evacuated Thursday morning after someone called in a bomb threat to local police. After searching the school, police ruled the threat a hoax and allowed students to return to class before 11 a.m.

Man, woman shot on west side of city: A man and woman were walking in the 200 block of N. Carey St., between West Lexington and West Saratoga streets, shortly before 1 a.m. They were approached from behind by an unknown suspect, who shot both of them, police said.

Man stabbed in Havre de Grace: The man, who is in his 40s, was taken to Harford Memorial Hospital at about 4 a.m. with several stab wounds to the neck and upper torso after he was attacked at a home in the 700 block of Market Street.

The Food Market to open during Honfest in Hampden: The new restaurant is the project of Chad Gauss, former executive chef at City Cafe, and Elan Kotz, a veteran of Aldo's in Little Italy. The 3,000 square-foot restaurant has seating for 90 in the dining room, a 12-seat bar and an open kitchen.

 

COMING LATER...

  • Friday will be the the last "last day of school" for Baltimore and Howard county school superintendentsJoe A. Hairstonand Sydney Cousin as the school systems transition to new administrations.
  • An advocacy group is claiming voting irregularities in Maryland, seeking to build momentum for voter ID laws.
  • Coverage of the first night of business at Maryland's largest casino, including how much money it raised for the state.
  • The Orioles, back in first place in the American League East, attempt to sweep the Boston Red Sox tonight with Brian Matusz pitching.
  • This week's Live section will look at the ins and outs of the new casino, Maryland Live.
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