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BGE offers a demonstration on just how difficult it is for utility workers to repair downed lines and get power restored following a major storm.
Police & Fire, Business
Sluggish economy, skyrocketing value in metals are among the reasons for a 450 percent spike in such crime since 2009, police Chief Jim Johnson said.
Business, The Neighborhood Files
The convenience store is the latest business to open along the Route 43 extension that connects Middle River and White Marsh.
Adrienne Kirby, who came to Baltimore in May 2010, will leave her post on Jan. 25 and return home to New Jersey.
Officials from the retailer have not yet announced which stores will close.
Police & Fire, Business, Local Connections
The Chesapeake Gateway Chamber of Commerce recognized 23 individuals that represented area firefighters, police officers, servicemen and medical personnel.
Business, Local Connections
The new fitness studio, located at Baltimore Crossroads @ 95, attracted hundreds to its grand opening earlier this month.
There were 103,000 jobs created in September, yet unemployment remained at 9.1 percent, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Program allows students to go from associate to master's in nursing in three years.
Gas leak leads to evacuation of both businesses.
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