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Typo Takedown: How One Man's Spelling Made A DifferenceA Baltimore driver is getting extra credit for using his spelling skills on the I-95, after spotting a glaring typo on a road sign.
Yacht Catches Fire, Sinks In Patapsco RiverBaltimore County Fire Department units were dispatched Friday morning for a call of a 25-foot boat engulfed in flames in the Patapsco River.
Car Taken In Carjacking Found In Patapsco RiverA car stolen in a Baltimore carjacking was later found partially submerged in the Patapsco River.
Coast Guard Rescues Stranded Boater In Patapsco RiverThe U.S. Coast Guard has assisted a boater in the Patapsco River near Baltimore after his 29-foot-sailboat ran aground.
Cause Of Death Unknown For Man Pulled From Patapsco RiverAn autopsy is underway to determine what caused the death of a man found in the Patapsco River.
2 Men Die After Crews Pull Them From The Patapsco RiverRescuers pulled the bodies of two men from the Patapsco River in South Baltimore. Their friend survived.
Bloede Dam To Be Removed After Recent Drowning DeathIt's outlived its usefulness but not its ability to kill. It's the Bloede Dam on the Patapsco River.
Traffic Bottleneck Coming To Patapsco River BridgeThe State Highway Administration is warning motorists about an impending bottleneck on the U.S. 40 bridge over the Patapsco River near Catonsville.
Toxicology Report To Determine If Alcohol Was A Factor In Patapsco River Boat CrashA speed boat slams into a pier near the Key Bridge. Now we’re learning more about what went wrong and the people hurt.
Md. Legal Chief Leads Cleanup On Baltimore ShoreMaryland Attorney General Doug Gansler is leading a cleanup effort along the shoreline of the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River in South Baltimore.
Baldwin's Station Named Maryland’s Favorite RestaurantIt’s a restaurant inside an old railroad station, and it just won a major award from the Restaurant Association of Maryland.
Md. Bans Swimming, Fishing, Kayaking In Patapsco River Due To Sewage SpillTens of millions of gallons. That's how much raw sewage has flowed into the Patapsco River this week.

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