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December 17, 2002
A weekend water main break has forced the closing of the intersection of Gay Street and North Avenue, and Lake Clifton-Eastern High School about five blocks away. The break in the 32-inch main occurred Sunday afternoon, but alternate supply lines enabled the city to reroute water to nearly all affected customers, said Public Works spokesman Kurt L. Kocher. The exceptions, he said, were the Clifton Park golf course and the school because they did not have an alternative line. Lake Clifton-Eastern was closed yesterday and will remain closed today, said city schools spokeswoman Vanessa C. Pyatt.
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Eileen Ambrose | May 24, 2013
As part of the sequester to cut federal spending, the IRS will be closed today. Offices, toll-free hotlines, the taxpayer advocate service and hundreds of taxpayer assistance centers - closed. Workers at the agency won't be paid. This is the first of several days in which IRS employees will be furloughed. The others are June 14, July 5, July 22 and Aug. 30. The IRS notes it might later announce another unpaid day or two. During these days, the IRS won't be accepting any electronically filed returns.
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NEWS
December 25, 2008
This schedule reflects holiday closings for today and tomorrow. Anne Arundel County offices: closed Courts: closed today and tomorrow Libraries: closed Public schools: closed today and tomorrow Trash: No pickup. Today's collection will be picked up tomorrow. Annapolis City offices: closed today and tomorrow Transit: No service today Parking meters: free today Trash: No pickup today Baltimore City City offices: closed today Courts: closed today and tomorrow Libraries: closed today Parking meters: free today Public schools: closed today and tomorrow Trash: no pickup today; landfills and transfer stations closed Baltimore County County offices: closed today Courts: closed today and tomorrow Libraries: closed today Parking meters: free today Public schools: closed today and tomorrow Transit: County ride closed today Trash: no pickup today Carroll County County offices: closed today and tomorrow Courts: closed today and tomorrow Libraries: closed today through Saturday Public schools: closed today and tomorrow Senior centers: closed today and tomorrow Transit: closed today Trash: ask contractor Landfill: closed today Frederick County County offices: closed today and tomorrow Courts: closed today and tomorrow Libraries: closed today Public schools: closed today and tomorrow Transit: no service today Trash: ask contractor Harford County County offices: closed today and tomorrow Courts: closed today and tomorrow Libraries: closed today...
NEWS
The Baltimore Sun | December 12, 2011
Montebello Elementary/Middle School in Baltimore City is closed for students today because there is no power in the community, city school officials said. Staff members should report to Waverly Elementary/Middle, officials said.
NEWS
November 22, 1990
This holiday schedule will be in effect in the area today and tomorrow:ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTYCounty offices closed both daysCourts closed todaySchools closed both daysLibraries closed todayTrash removal no pickup todayANNAPOLISCity offices closed todayCourts closed todaySchools closed both daysParking meters don't feed todayTrash removal no pickup todayBALTIMORECity offices closed todayCourts closed todaySchools closed both daysLibraries closed todayParking meters...
NEWS
November 22, 2007
This schedule will be in effect in the Baltimore area: Anne Arundel County offices: closed today and tomorrow Courts: closed today and tomorrow Libraries: closed today, open tomorrow Senior centers: closed today and tomorrow Public schools: closed today and tomorrow Trash removal: No trash, recycling and yard waste pickup today. Today's pickups will take place tomorrow, and tomorrow's pickups will be done Saturday. Annapolis City offices: closed Parking meters: free Bus service: no service today, regular schedule tomorrow Trash removal: No trash, recycling and yard waste pickup today.
BUSINESS
July 4, 1995
Financial markets are closed today for the Fourth of July. Normal operations resume tomorrow.
BUSINESS
December 25, 2001
U.S. financial markets will be closed today for Christmas.
NEWS
December 6, 2002
Howard County schools are closed today because of the snow.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick | July 11, 2011
It's sad but true. Soup's On is ending its seven-year-run in Hampden. The last day is Saturday Friday. Word spread today when a online discount site sent an email to customers with a Soup's On coupon. The closing is "bittersweet," owner Cynthia Shea told me. "The main reason I've been open for so long is that I have such great customers and such a loyal, hard-working staff. " Shea also has a 3-year-old and an 18 month-old. "I'm very proud of the business," Shea said, but it's time for the next chapter.
SPORTS
By Sports Digest | December 20, 2009
Laurel Park and Pimlico Race Course will be closed for simulcasting today because of inclement weather. Men's basketball: Mount St. Mary's (3-7) lost, 66-48, to host Pittsburgh (9-2) in a nonconference game. Mount seniors Jeremy Goode and Kelly Beidler each scored 11 points. The Mountaineers cut the deficit to 57-46 with 4:52 left but didn't get any closer as the Panthers won their 28th straight home game. ... Terrell Vinson (St. Frances) came up with the ball after a scramble in the lane and banked in a basket with 0.7 of a second left Saturday night to give Massachusetts a 73-72 victory over Memphis in Boston.
NEWS
By Annie Linskey and Julie Bykowicz and Annie Linskey and Julie Bykowicz,annie.linskey@baltsun.com and Julie.Bykowicz@baltsun.com | November 19, 2009
Jurors are set to hear closing arguments today in the criminal theft trial of Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon - without ever having heard from Dixon herself. The panel of nine women and three men will then begin deliberating the case against the mayor, who is accused of spending gift cards intended for needy families on herself and her aides. Dixon seemed confident when she spoke briefly with reporters after court Wednesday, though she replied, "No comment," to most questions.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Peter.hermann@baltsun.com | July 1, 2009
Today, Baltimore's Police Athletic League centers will shut down and, in most cases, will be reborn. The police will leave, though they'll stay for one or two more weeks to ease the transition as 16 of 18 centers become one with the city's Department of Recreation and Parks. City officials announced the end back on March 18, but residents fought back at budget hearings and in gyms where city leaders let them speak but timed them using red, yellow and green traffic signals. Residents pleaded over and over again that officers made all the difference, as protectors and role models, when they shed uniforms and donned sweats and mentored kids and organized field trips and helped with homework and coached soccer and kept vulnerable youths off the street and out of trouble.
NEWS
May 24, 2009
This schedule will be in effect Monday.: Anne Arundel County offices: : closed : Courts:: closed : Libraries:: closed today and Monday Public schools: : closed Trash:: no : pickup, landfills closed Annapolis City offices:: closed Courts:: closed : Transit:: no service Parking meters:: feed Trash: : no pickup Baltimore City City offices: : closed : Courts: : closed : Libraries: : closed : Parking meters: : feed Public schools:: closed ...
BUSINESS
By Joe Burris and Joe Burris,joseph.burris@baltsun.com | March 18, 2009
Loretta Lynn will be leaving the building soon. The old album cover featuring her big hair and greatest hits is coming down from the display window at Record and Tape Traders in Catonsville, which is scheduled to close its doors for good today. The company that owns the six-store chain said the Catonsville location has been unable to make a go of it after moving last summer from its longtime site down the street to a smaller location. The news came as a disappointment to patrons accustomed to the picture window's motif of vinyl discs, concert photos and an old phonograph.
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