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Nancy Hannah from Baltimore was looking for a recipe for salad that was made with ground raw cranberries, a ground orange and other ingredients in a red gelatin base. Carole Linthicum from Forest Hill sent in a recipe from "Better Homes and Gardens All-...
Tags: Pineapple, Recipes, Cranberries, Salads, Foods and Beverages
Baltimore City • Road closure: Westbound Lombard Street between Greene and Penn streets, until to 8 p.m. Sunday, for a crane lift operation. Detours will be in effect. • Lane closures: Starting Monday, from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m., lane closures...
At a tidy jail in Frederick County, Sheriff Chuck Jenkins and his deputies have helped federal authorities identify nearly 1,000 illegal immigrants for deportation in the past three years. In a renovated mansion in Prince George's County, Casa de...
For years, Baltimore has been a city divided on east-west lines. East Baltimore political organizations vie with those in West Baltimore. The city's high schools have spirited crosstown rivalries, such as Dunbar and Douglass. Loyalties on the college...
The case of a Baltimore man accused of killing an FBI informant in 2009 as retaliation for "snitching" is expected to go to the jury for deliberation Thursday morning. Antonio "Mack" Hall, 30, is charged in U.S. District Court with the execution-style...
As the three men rifled through his pockets and upended beds in his Southeast Baltimore home, Moises Pacheco says he spotted a small detail that made him begin to suspect the intruders were not the police officers they claimed to be. One of the men had a...
Tags: Theft, Dundalk, John Jay, Trials, Anne Arundel County
Baltimore Sun reporterAs of about 5:30 p.m. the expected traffic congestion from the influx of U2 fans to M&T Bank Stadium wasn't looking too bad, according to the Baltimore Department of Transportation. Department spokeswoman Kathy Chopper said some backups were developing...
Baltimore City firefighters were working to put out a fire on West Lombard Street during rush hour Thursday evening, a spokesman said. The fire broke out around 6 p.m. in a one-story building in the 1000 block of West Lombard St. in southwest Baltimore,...
Tags: Injuries and Wounds, Health
During the Fourth of July weekend in Baltimore, there will be plenty of flags flying and beers sipped. This connection between the American flag and Baltimore beer goes back almost 200 years and played a small but interesting role in history. During...
Werner's luncheonette, a downtown fixture since 1950 that was a gathering spot for politicians and lawyers as well as office workers and citizens serving jury duty, is closing Friday. Coming just a few months after the demise of Burke's restaurant, the...
SEPT. 13, 1942-MARCH 2, 2011 SMITHSBURG — Stephen Emory Mitchell, 68, of 14405 Edgemont Road, Smithsburg, Md., passed away Wednesday, March 2, 2011, at the Waynesboro Hospital, Waynesboro, Pa. Born Sunday, Sept. 13, 1942, in Kelso, Wash., he was...
Let's face it. Baltimore is ripe for satirizing. We've probably got more offbeat people, more distinctive edifices, more colorful history and habits per block than any metropolitan area in the country. Oh yeah, and some crime. The folks at Second City...
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