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Traffic congestion likely about 4:30 pm downtown Baltimore as Pres. Obama leaves Hilton meeting. Adjust commute & check impact @UMshuttle. :: UM Parking and Transportation Services advises that President Obama's trip to Baltimore this afternoon could create traffic backups in the downtown area. The president is expected to be at the Hilton Baltimore for a meeting with Senate Democrats and depart the city around 4:30 p.m. Leave extra time if you are commuting at this time or later. The UM shuttle also could be affected. Check NextBus or the UM shuttle home page for the latest updates.
UM Shuttle service to start at 8 am :: Due to inclement weather UM Shuttle service will begin at 8 am this morning.
UMB is opening at 10 am today. :: The University of Maryland, Baltimore is opening at 10 am today due to inclement weather.
Inclement Weather Message :: Please note the following letter sent to UMB faculty, staff, and students at 11:15am on Tuesday, January 6, 2015. Dear Colleagues: In light of the change in severity of the winter storm during this morning's commute and the subsequent time it has taken many people to get to work, I am granting liberal leave to all non-essential employees for today. Non-essential employees may use their own earned leave if they chose not to report to work because of personal considerations. Essential staff, as always, need to report at the regular time. I encourage you to talk with your supervisor regarding whether your position is considered essential to University operations. Additional information is available through Employee and Labor Relations in Human Resource Services. This does not apply to FPI employees. FPI employees should contact their supervisors. Please take great care driving for the balance of the day. Sincerely, Jay A. Perman, MD President
Armed robbery near campus / not university-related :: At approximately 12:10 AM on Saturday, December 20 the 7-Eleven convenience store at 38 South Paca Street was robbed by an armed man. Police say the masked man displayed a handgun to two store clerks and robbed the store of an undisclosed amount of cash before fleeing north on Paca Street. The suspect is described as five feet, five inches to five feet, seven inches tall, with light skin. He was wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt with white writing, and dark pants. Police advise you to use caution in the area. They suggest walking in groups when possible. Be aware of your surroundings. Dont walk and talk or text. Report suspicious activity by dialing 711 on campus or 410-706-6882.