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On Thursday Sept 22, 2011, thousands of people in the Greater Baltimore Metropolitan Area will be participating in one of the most rewarding dining experiences of the year. Moveable Feast’s Dining Out for Life event raises tens of thousands of dollars, thanks to the generosity of community-minded restaurants, sponsors, and those who dine out with […]

An 18-year-old university student, Dominique Frazier (above), was fatally stabbed by her roommate during a fight over an iPod in a campus dormitory. The victim was identified by police as Dominique Frazier of Washington, who was a student at Bowie State University. Frazier was pronounced dead at the hospital shortly after arrival at a nearby […]

Joe Flacco and Ray Rice are on this week’s regional cover of Sports Illustrated, which is on newsstands today. The Ravens’ cover is available in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia and West Virginia. It is the fifth time the Ravens have been on the SI cover. The most recent was the Nov. 13, 2006 cover with […]

Image courtesy of The Baltimore Sun/ Gene Sweeney Jr. Bernard C. “Jack” Young won the Democratic nomination Tuesday to keep the office for four more years. Young is a 15-year veteran of the city council. According to the Baltimore Sun, Young said he would not take his victory for granted. “That’s not my nature. People shouldn’t […]

Photo courtesy of The Baltimore Sun/Karl Merton Ferron After 20 months of serving Baltimore as Mayor, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has been victorious in claiming the Democratic primary and is expected to win November’s general election. The more shocking news from the primary election are the voter turnout numbers, considered the lowest in history with less than […]

Remnants of Tropical Storm Lee are drenching the state with tons of rain. It’s been just over a week since Hurricane Irene hit the state and Maryland cannot get a break. The ground is saturated, power outages are being reported, rivers and streams are overflowing are roads closures are many. If you are out and […]

The scandal happening over at University Miami wasn’t the only ugly thing in the spotlight when the Terps played the Hurricanes on Monday. While the University of Maryland defeated the shorthanded Hurricanes 32-24 in Maryland coach Randy Edsall’s debut game more attention was given to Maryland’s new uniforms, and not good attention either. It became […]

Via: abc2news.com 31-year-old Antonio Laws is the latest case for Baltimore city homicide detectives. Police say Antonio Laws was killed just a block away from the Bea Gaddy Family Center on Sunday afternoon. Investigators tell family he was shot five times while in his bed and pronounced dead on scene. Investigators are actively searching for […]

Via: abcnews.com Harford County Police are asking for the public to keep their eyes open for a missing teenager. Queen Amora Swift, 15-years-old, went missing from her home in the 1800 block of Nuttal Avenue in Edgewood Saturday night shortly after a fight with her parents. Swift has shoulder length black hair, a mole beneath […]

For the most updated information on Hurricane Irene and local weather, please use the links below: HURRICANE TRACKER: IRENE |   LOCAL WEATHER |  ACCUWEATHER.COM _ Via: weather.com Hurricane Irene is poised to deliver a punishing blow to the Mid-Atlantic States, with a destructive combination of storm surge, damaging winds, and flooding rain. That being said, […]