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Five Minutes with Jay Ellenby, business travel agency president

In 2010, clouds of ash floated over Europe following the eruption of an Iceland volcano. The poor visibility left many airlines grounded and passengers wondering where to turn. 28 more words

Rebuilt Lexington Market would be latest transformation for 234-year-old landmark

When Revolutionary War general John Eager Howard donated land for a market on the western outskirts of Baltimore in 1782, it was intended as a meeting point for residents of the young city and rural farmers. 21 more words

Baltimore Postal Facility Fined Over Leaked Medical Waste

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Potentially dangerous medical waste traveling through the mail. It isn’t illegal, but an incident in Baltimore has triggered a massive fine.

Millions of letters and packages move through the postal system–some of them contain human medical samples and waste. 260 more words

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Baltimore Police Officer Charged With Assault, Misconduct

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Baltimore City police officer has been indicted on assault and misconduct charges.

The case was observed during a routine review of body camera footage, according to police. 60 more words

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Lexington Market to be demolished, rebuilt under new plan

Lexington Market would be demolished and rebuilt on an adjacent lot under a new plan announced by the Baltimore Public Markets Corp. on Friday.

The 233-year-old market’s current location would be razed starting in early 2018, and a new 97,000-square-foot market would be built on a nearby parking lot between Eutaw and Paca streets. 47 more words

Pizza in a cone eatery coming to White Marsh Mall

If you are looking to spice up the way you eat pizza, get prepared to eat it out of a cone.

Kono To-Go, a restaurant chain that serves pizza in a cone-shaped crust, will open its first location in Greater Baltimore on Dec. 69 more words

GSA seeks firm to help build the FBI's new headquarters, wherever it lands

It’s still too early to say where it will be built, or how the federal government will pay for it, but the General Services Administration is seeking construction management firms to help build the FBI’s new headquarters somewhere in Greater Washington. 62 more words