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Baltimore’s once thriving retail district will get a second chance at life as a newly formed development team works to revive the fledgling properties into a modernized commercial, residential and retail strip.
Baltimore County public schools will restore online classes for all students Wednesday after an extensive ransomware attack paralyzed the school system’s network last week.
Even if you made a shopping list of products to find on sale during Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, it’s still a good idea to see what surprise deals are available.

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Nearly 3 inches of rain fell in the Baltimore region Monday, shattering a record from 1967 as wet weather pelted the area, bringing since-expired flood and tornado warnings, according to the National Weather Service.
When you don’t have the energy to labor over a hot stove or oven, you can rely on your slow cooker for a great meal. Thanks to this trusty kitchen gadget, all you have to do is prep your ingredients before tossing them in the crock, where you “set it and forget it” until it’s time to eat. Not to mention, your slow cooker is marvelously versatile. From soups and stews to tacos, lasagna and cobbler, there’s no doubt you’ll find inspiration in our 101 best slow cooker recipes.
Baltimore’s once thriving retail district will get a second chance at life as a newly formed development team works to revive the fledgling properties into a modernized commercial, residential and retail strip.
Charles Talbott “Bunky” Shaab, a retired executive at the old First National Bank, has died at 81
McCormick & Co. has acquired the parent company of Cholula Hot Sauce for $800 million in cash, finalizing a deal announced last week.
Sara Lycett, a retired Williams & Wilkins publishing executive, has died at 81.
The Paul O’Sullivan Band came to life when Paul O’Sullivan, 33, of Eldersburg, indiscriminately sent Facebook friend requests to anyone named Paul O’Sullivan just to see how many people he could find that shared the same name. Most of them accepted his requests, he said, and he noticed a few of them were also musically inclined.
An activist legal group says it’s begun receiving case files in its fight to pry loose records on Baltimore Police use-of-force cases, but continues to face significant hurdles.
In-person Howard County high school athletics will not return before 2021.
Almost three months into the strangest season in NFL history, the league has made clear what it is willing to sacrifice: Competitive balance doesn’t matter amid a pandemic. Health and safety do, according to league officials.
Here’s a look at each of the Orioles’ players who are eligible for arbitration and who Baltimore might replace them with if they’re let go.
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