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January 19, 1992
The hours and menu at Sam's Waterfront Cafe, reviewed in today's issue of the Sun Magazine, have changed since the restaurant was visited. Winter hours are 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. Tuesdays to Saturdays; 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays; closed Mondays. Italian fare will replace Chesapeake Bay specialties until the spring.
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July 3, 2014
Harford County government will be closed today (Friday), in observance of Independence Day, and also on Monday, as an administrative closure day. The closures both days will include county government offices, senior activity centers and the Harford Waste Disposal Center at Scarboro. The Harford Waste Disposal Center and the Tollgate Yard Waste Drop-off in Bel Air will be open as normal on Saturday. Harford Transit Link bus service will not operate today (Friday), but will operate on Monday.
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NEWS
September 23, 1997
In Sunday's home calendar, incorrect hours were given for the 13th Annual Decorator Show House sponsored by Historic Ellicott City Inc. It is open through Oct. 19 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays; 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursdays; 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays and it is closed Mondays. For more information, call 410-461-6908.The Sun regrets the errors.Pub Date: 9/23/97
NEWS
December 8, 2013
As many as seven inches fell on Harford County Sunday, catching many by surprise, making roads treacherous and closing Harford County Public Schools Monday. Teri Kranefeld, manager of communications for Harford County Public Schools, started spreading the word shortly before 7:30 p.m. Sunday that schools would be closed Monday. Parts of northern Harford County, such as Norrisville, had as many as seven inches of snow, county emergency services spokesman Bob Thomas said Sunday.
NEWS
May 27, 1991
This schedule will be in effect today:# ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTYCounty offices closed Courts closed Schools closed Libraries closed Trash removal no pickup ANNAPOLISCity offices closed Courts closed Schools closed Parking meters must feedTrash removal no residential pickup BALTIMORECity offices closed Courts closed Schools closed Libraries closed Parking meters must feed Trash removal no pickup BALTIMORE COUNTYCounty offices closed Courts closed Schools closed...
NEWS
November 12, 1990
This holiday schedule will be in effect in the Baltimore area today:ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTYCounty offices closed Courts closed Libraries openSchools open Trash removal regular pickup ANNAPOLISCity offices closed Courts closed Parking meters must feedSchools open Trash removal no pickup BALTIMORECity offices open Courts closed Libraries open Parking meters must feedSchools open Trash removal regular pickup BALTIMORE COUNTYCounty offices closed Courts closed Libraries...
NEWS
November 11, 2007
This schedule will be in effect in the Baltimore area tomorrow: Anne Arundel County offices: closed Courts: closed Libraries: open Senior centers: closed Public schools: open Trash removal: regular trash, recycling and yard waste pickup; landfills closed Annapolis City offices: closed Parking meters: feed Bus service: regular service Trash removal: no pickup for trash, yard waste; recycling will be collected Baltimore City offices: closed Courts: closed...
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By Matthew Hay Brown, The Baltimore Sun | July 12, 2013
The Naval Academy Museum is now a casualty of Defense Department furloughs. The museum in Preble Hall, normally a seven-day operation, will be closed on Mondays through Sept. 29, an academy spokeswoman said Friday. It will remain open Tuesday through Sunday. The "Seas, Lakes & Bay: The Naval War of 1812" exhibit in Mahan Hall will remain open seven days a week, spokeswoman Jenny Erickson said. The academy said earlier Friday that the exhibit, too, would close on Mondays. Some 45,000 Defense Department employees in Maryland are being furloughed one day per week in each of the next 11 weeks to help the Pentagon save $37 billion as required to meet the across-the-board spending cuts known as the sequester.
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By Peter Hermann and Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | December 10, 2010
Although employees at The Block's clubs returned Friday night, the bustling business that was typical for Baltimore's hub of strip clubs had not. Most of the more than a dozen strip clubs and adult entertainment shops had been closed since Monday's five-alarm fire, which gutted the Gayety Show World bookstore and damaged two other nightspots. Friday night, however, the city fire marshal permitted businesses on the south side of the 400 block of E. Baltimore St. to reopen. On Friday night, normally busy intersections instead had two police cars parked and lines of yellow tape closing the street to traffic, plus a chain link fence blocking off the south sidewalk between Commerce and Gay streets.
NEWS
March 30, 2010
The Maryland Transit Administration says the light rail system could remain closed north of Timonium for another week because of problems caused last Tuesday when a tractor-trailer collided with a train at Gilroy Road, damaging the track and the overhead power system. According to the MTA, the repairs to the system will be completed by Monday. The MTA will continue to offer shuttle bus service between Timonium and Hunt Valley until service is restored. The truck driver in the March 23 incident faces traffic charges.
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By Michael Dresser | michael.dresser@baltsun.com | February 7, 2010
Vehicles spun out wherever people drove them. Traffic came to a dead stop on a 6-mile stretch of Interstate 95. Other major highways remained nearly deserted. Above-ground mass transit took the day off. Baltimore- Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport shut down to concentrate on plowing buried runways. And conditions might not be much better as today dawns and Maryland continues to dig out from its Super Bowl of snow - a pasting that reached an estimated 28 inches at the airport by the time the snow stopped falling just before dusk.
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By Baltimore Sun staff | February 7, 2010
Transit services coming back slowly Updated at 4:35 p.m. Mass transit service in Maryland was making a slow recovery from the weekend's snowstorm. with light rail offering service to a limited number of stations this afternoon and about 20 percent of local buses operating on primary routes only. Maryland Transportation Secretary Beverly Swaim-Staley said Baltimore's Metro is continuing to run on the underground part between Mondawmin Mall and Johns Hopkins Hospital -- as it did Saturday -- but she said the aboveground stretch to Owings Mills would be closed all day and into tomorrow.
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By Michael Dresser | michael.dresser@baltsun.com and Baltimore Sun reporter | February 6, 2010
Vehicles spun out wherever people drove them. Traffic came to a dead stop on a 6-mile stretch of Interstate 95. Other major highways remained nearly deserted. Above-ground mass transit took the day off. Baltimore- Washington International Thurgood Marshall shut down to concentrate on plowing buried runways. And conditions might not be much better as Sunday dawns and Maryland continues to dig out from its Super Bowl of snow -- a pasting that reached an estimated 28 inches at the airport by the time the snow stopped falling just before dusk.
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