Good afternoon, Baltimore: Thursday lunchtime lowdown

June 07, 2012|The Baltimore Sun


Howard Community College bomb threat causes evacuation: Howard Community College was ordered evacuated Thursday morning after someone called in a bomb threat to local police. After searching the school, police ruled the threat a hoax and allowed students to return to class before 11 a.m.

Man, woman shot on west side of cityA man and woman were walking in the 200 block of N. Carey St., between West Lexington and West Saratoga streets, shortly before 1 a.m. They were approached from behind by an unknown suspect, who shot both of them, police said.

Man stabbed in Havre de GraceThe man, who is in his 40s, was taken to Harford Memorial Hospital at about 4 a.m. with several stab wounds to the neck and upper torso after he was attacked at a home in the 700 block of Market Street.

The Food Market to open during Honfest in Hampden: The new restaurant is the project of Chad Gauss, former executive chef at City Cafe, and Elan Kotz, a veteran of Aldo's in Little Italy. The 3,000 square-foot restaurant has seating for 90 in the dining room, a 12-seat bar and an open kitchen.


  • Friday will be the the last "last day of school" for Baltimore and Howard county school superintendentsJoe A. Hairstonand Sydney Cousin as the school systems transition to new administrations.
  • An advocacy group is claiming voting irregularities in Maryland, seeking to build momentum for voter ID laws.
  • Coverage of the first night of business at Maryland's largest casino, including how much money it raised for the state.
  • The Orioles, back in first place in the American League East, attempt to sweep the Boston Red Sox tonight with Brian Matusz pitching.
  • This week's Live section will look at the ins and outs of the new casino, Maryland Live.
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