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Government, Business, Public Safety
Primary concerns are high heat coupled with more severe weather expected late this afternoon and evening and restoring power to 800,000 people.
The new store announced its around the clock hours on Tuesday.
The revamped redevelopment of the Rotunda is expected to last about 20 months.
Steelmaker owes Baltimore County $4.5 million in taxes and water and sewer fees.
The number of liquor stores the city is looking to close has dropped to 98.
Shoppers will be able to check out recipes and specials before heading to the store.
Business, Local Connections
Although temperatures were in the high 90s, vendors still kept busy.
Several North Baltimore restaurants will be participating and offering $30 prix-fixe dinner menus.
Jermaine Johnson will be taking over an organization with an increasing profile.
The controversial Hampden liquor store wants to have restrictions on its license removed.
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