| Jun 13, 2012
| 5:03 PM
It took 200 years, but the oft-forgotten War of 1812 got some attention Wednesday.
A flotilla of more than 40 ships representing a dozen nations glided under the Key Bridge and into Baltimore Harbor to launch the commemoration of the conflict that gave...
| Jun 19, 2012
| 3:22 PM
ABOARD THE COAST GUARD CUTTER SLEDGE — The party's over.
Just after dawn Tuesday, the naval vessels, with hulls as gray as the morning, slipped from their berths and headed for open water. Later, as the sun broke through, the stars of...
| Apr 6, 2012
| 12:32 PM
The Red Parrot is far from the first restaurant in Baltimore to mix Asian cuisines on its menu. But it might be setting a giddy new standard.
The cuisines keep coming — and never seem to stop. Among the first listed appetizers are Japanese spring...
| Apr 9, 2012
| 4:47 PM
With bridge construction and a large truck parking lot next to Barracudas in Locust Point, you probably wouldn't think "tropical paradise" when you first step through the door. But co-owner Paul Cuda's namesake, Cuda Punch, will bring your taste buds as...
| Apr 12, 2012
Horace Warren Davis Sr., a retired longshoreman and neighborhood and civil rights activist, died April 3 of a heart attack at Bon Secours Hospital.
The Edmondson Village resident was 80.
Born in Baltimore and raised on Mount Street, Mr. Davis was a...
| Dec 18, 2011
| 5:14 PM
A state lawmaker who helps set tax policy is calling for an overhaul of Maryland's property tax cap law, after a Baltimore Sun investigation documented how the costly program has resulted in homeowners across Baltimore paying vastly different amounts...
| Dec 19, 2011
| 7:20 AM
The Greene Turtle keeps reproducing. The McHenry Row location in Locust Point will be opening in a matter of weeks, and a Pasadena location opened quietly at the end of October on Magothy Beach Road. The Pasadena location is operated by James King, a...
| Dec 19, 2011
| 12:51 PM
The Emerging Technology Center, Baltimore's main incubator for technology firms, is hopping onto the latest trend in cultivating startups by launching its own accelerator program.
Modeled after similar programs across the country, the ETC's "Accelerate...
| Dec 22, 2011
| 1:16 PM
Jean W. South, a retired National Security Agency analyst and school bus driver, died of liver failure Monday at University of Maryland Medical Center. The Annapolis resident was 69.
Born Jean Wisniewski in Baltimore and raised on Andre Street in...
| Dec 21, 2011
| 3:29 PM
Fifty new police cameras will help the Hagerstown Police Department continue to crack down on crime throughout the city.
The Hagerstown City Council Tuesday night approved the purchase of 50 fixed and mobile cameras for the department's crime...
| Jan 3, 2012
| 5:55 AM
Welcome to the Year of the Meatball. I was going to predict it here first, but apparently other media have already predicted it. Still - meatballs. In other food items, a few restaurants around town are going on Janauary vacation. So civilized. Also, your...