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 owner of the popular Sip & Bite eatery in Canton has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess cocaine with intent to distribute and awaits sentencing in the U.S. District Court for Eastern Virginia. Anthony “Tony” Vasiliades and an accomplice, Minas Politis, were arrested in January in a parking lot in Alexandria, Va., after they [...]
4/9/15 UPDATE: The overflow has been stopped, according to the city, after an estimated 23,000 gallons of sewage spilled into Armistead Run from a broken 24-inch sewer pipe. The Department of Public Works is working to stem an ongoing sewer overflow into Armistead Run, a tributary of Herring Run, near Federal Street in East Baltimore. [...]
Following a string of complaints from residents faced with dirty, machine-clogged streets, BGE has committed itself to addressing problems arising from its gas-line replacement project in Southeast Baltimore, says 46th District Del. Brooke Lierman. Residents of Butchers Hill and Fells Prospect had previously filed a complaint with the Public Service Commission about the work and [...]
Slot machines again were the driver of March’s $24.7 million in gross revenues at the Horseshoe Baltimore Casino, according to data released today by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency. While last month boasted the highest monthly take for the gaming facility, revenues in March were actually below the daily take in February (a [...]
“Ha ha, so not a surprise.” “Shocking…not!!” We get applause but also the occasional eye-roll these days for our accountability reporting – like last week’s piece about how tax cuts promised by the mayor as a selling point for Horseshoe Baltimore probably won’t happen, thanks to the casino’s lower-than-expected revenues. We get where the [...]