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A floating bar in South Baltimore and two other businesses will not be able to serve alcohol during peak season. The liquor board suspended Tiki Barge's license that it also shares with Sorso Cafe and the restaurant Tarbrizi's. Neighbors complained last summer about customers disturbing the peace.
The Archdiocese of Baltimore is celebrating the beatification of Pope John Paul the Second., which takes place Sunday in Rome, putting him one step away from becoming a saint. The archdiocese will hold two masses at the Basilica on Sunday. On Monday, Catholic school students will say a special prayer for the Pontiff.
Maryland is recovering once again from powerful winds and heavy rainfall. As the thunderstorms moved through the state yesterday, The rain caused many waterways to overflow their banks. Storm drains backed up near the Potomac River forcing the roads to close and flooding a lumberyard. Photos of the damage have been forwarded to the National Weather Service so they can determine if indeed a tornado did touch down.
University of Maryland president Wallace Loh had his formal inauguration yesterday, six months after he actually started the job. Loh wants faculty members to find ways to turn research projects into revenue. To help with that, he announced the school is planning a new 60-million-dollar facility meant to help faculty members eventually create new companies based off their work. He's hoping for 100 new companies over the next decade.
A Baltimore city school official has left his post after being questioned about his credentials. Kevin Seawright quit his position as deputy chief operating officer - one day after the "Baltimore Sun" asked school officials to explain his academic experience. He has degrees from universities that are not accredited or that the U.S. Department of Education doesn't recognize.
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