Well, okay, they didn’t use that famously unintentionally risque headline. But they might have! That’s what this (actually quite useful) home canning article in the current issue of Baltimore City Paper is about!
Stirring up News and Views in Baltimore Maryland
The office of Baltimore State’s Attorney Gregg L. Bernstein has received over $900,000 in state grants that will cover the salaries of six prosecutors and support two of his court initiatives. The bulk of the funds will go to the “Immediate Charging Project” aimed at reducing the often-lengthy delays in processing juveniles who are arrested [...]
In the latest go-around over health concerns at Harbor Point, the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) is questioning how long the developer should wait before shutting down the site in the event of possible excessive levels of contaminants. Beatty Development Group proposes letting work continue for an hour after air monitors detect high levels [...]
—————————————————————————————————– Reading through Mark Reutter’s superb Harbor Point coverage as I worked to make it accessible in one place (see below), I realized it was a great example of what sets The Brew apart from other local journalism. (Forgive us for tooting our own horn, but we’re pushing ourselves to do more of that with [...]