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The 80-year-old tradition of ravioli-making is going strong at St. Leo's Church in Little Italy. Tony Walmsley, left, and Armand Esposito, right, feed ravioli dough through the rolling machine as volunteers wait to carry off the long dough strips to their work stations. (📷 by Algerina Perna/Baltimore Sun)

The corner of Stricker and Hollins streets in Baltimore's Union Square neighborhood is pictured in 1939 and 2017. The 1500 block of Hollins St., across from Union Square Park, consists of Italianate-style homes, most built in the mid-1850s. H.L. Mencken's home, further down the block at 1524 Hollins St., was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1985. (Baltimore Sun 📷 by Kim Hairston)

The Hutzler Brothers department store on Howard Street closed in 1989. Now a contemporary art show at the "Palace" will bring "life to a building that has been dormant." In this picture, Brian Checco, left, marketing director at AiNET, and Ginevra Shay, artistic director of The Contemporary, talk about "The Ground," an art installation by Michael Jones McKean that will be featured at the Hutzler show. (Baltimore Sun 📷 by Kim Hairston)

Eleanor Simonsick of Tuscany-Canterbury does her daily five-mile run on San Martin Drive, on an unseasonably warm Sunday afternoon. The Inner Harbor reached 71 degrees Sunday, an average for April. (📷 by Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)

Amanda Ashley, 28, with her six-month old daughter Alicia Dawson. Alicia was born with buprenorphine in her system, which Ashley was using to beat her heroin habit, and the baby suffered withdrawal pain for five weeks before being weaned off the drug in her system. Both mother and daughter are doing well now.

The number of babies born in Maryland with opiates, alcohol, narcotics or other drugs in their systems has increased 56.6 percent in the last nine years to 1,419 cases in 2015, the latest numbers available. To read more go to (📷 by Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)

Keith Boissiere, Baltimore's "Running Man," jogs on Harlem Avenue on Nov. 2, 2016. Boissiere, 64, lives in West Baltimore and runs nearly 20 miles a day throughout the city's streets. Read/view @patricksmithphotos photo essay at (📷by Patrick Smith / For The Baltimore Sun)

The 8300 block of Main St. in Ellicott City, including the Third Ellicott City Firehouse, left, are pictured in January 1961. More than 50 years later, the block appears relatively unchanged, though The Wine Bin now occupies the old firehouse building. (Baltimore Sun photo by Kim Hairston)

Could you hit the target? Catcher Wellington Castillo catches his first bullpen sessions with his new team on Tuesday, the first day of #SpringTraining workouts at the #Orioles' facility in #Sarasota, #Florida. (Eduardo A. Encina/Baltimore Sun) #baseball #MLB #GrapefruitLeague

A #glare of #sunlight passes through billowing smoke as #Baltimore #firefighters work Monday to bring under control a blaze at a warehouse in Southwest Baltimore. Stoked by high winds, the three-alarm #fire at South Calverton Road and Frederick Avenue raged for hours. A firefighter suffered a minor injury and was taken to a hospital for treatment. (@lloyd1fox/Baltimore Sun)

From Baltimore with ❤️: Our annual Baltimore-themed Valentines.
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Loveville Post Office 💌 window clerk Brandy Gardiner holds an envelope with the Loveville cancellation. The stamp from Loveville, Maryland, draws an annual stream of visitors, and packages containing stacks of pre-addressed, pre-stamped mail to be canceled and sent out. (Algerina Perna/Baltimore Sun)

The 2017 @motortrend Auto Show runs through Sunday at the #Baltimore Convention Center. See our photos at