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  • Deal nears for Legg Mason tower

    Deal nears for Legg Mason tower

    H&S Properties Development Corp. is close to selling a stake in the Legg Mason building in Harbor East. The firm, which put the 24-story blue glass tower on the market last year, saying it was looking for a joint venture partner, confirmed Thursday that it is drawing closer to a deal. CBRE, the...

  • Court says Baltimore County needs state approval to sell Dundalk government center

    Court says Baltimore County needs state approval to sell Dundalk government center

    A state appeals court this week dealt a blow to Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz's plan to sell an old government center in Dundalk to a developer to transform into a shopping center. The Maryland Court of Special Appeals ruled Wednesday that the deal needs approval of top state officials...

  • Blood incidents prompt OSHA to fine Brooklyn Postal Service location $342,000

    Blood incidents prompt OSHA to fine Brooklyn Postal Service location $342,000

    A U.S. Postal Service annex in Baltimore's Brooklyn neighborhood has been fined $342,059 by the U.S. Department of Labor for improperly handling workers' exposure to bloodborne pathogens and hazardous materials. The labor department's Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced Thursday...

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  • B&O American Brasserie's new menu shines under latest chef

    B&O American Brasserie's new menu shines under latest chef

    In 2009, B&O American Brasserie at Kimpton Hotel Monaco was the town darling. It opened amid great fanfare in the former Baltimore & Ohio Railroad headquarters, offering impressive New American cuisine in a swanky historic building. It hasn't lost its swagger with a lively bar — headed by Brendan...

  • Parkville accordion legend Billy McComiskey reflects on career, National Heritage Fellowship

    Parkville accordion legend Billy McComiskey reflects on career, National Heritage Fellowship

    When Billy McComiskey received a call from Sen. Ben Cardin’s office earlier this year, the 64-year-old Parkville resident grabbed his checkbook, ready to donate $20 to the senator’s campaign. Instead of a solicitation, McComiskey soon heard Cardin’s voice on the other end, delivering the news of...

  • Lord Baltimore Hotel to open LB Speakeasy bar next week

    Lord Baltimore Hotel to open LB Speakeasy bar next week

    After the Lord Baltimore Hotel opened its rooftop hangout LB Skybar for its first full season this summer, word spread fast. Warm weekends were typically busy, and after it closed for the season, visitors were still stopping by to see if it were open, despite 40-degree weather. On Dec. 7, the downtown...

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  • What Rawlings-Blake did well

    What Rawlings-Blake did well

    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's tenure started off strong. She provided a clean break from the scandalous end of the Sheila Dixon administration, and she set about tackling a series of unglamorous but vexing problems with no-nonsense efficiency. But time and circumstance magnified what initially...

  • Welcome to the hot seat, Catherine Pugh

    Welcome to the hot seat, Catherine Pugh

  • Is the U.S. headed toward a financial apocalypse?

    Is the U.S. headed toward a financial apocalypse?

    With Jill Stein belatedly and inexplicitly fronting for the Clintons in a recount of Rust Belt states' votes to delegitimize Donald Trump's election, the nation's pressing financial problems will continue to be marginalized. The financial world approaches a state of anaphylactic shock with every...

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  • Auditors find Towson University overpaid scholarships, UMBC sidestepped bidding of contracts

    Auditors find Towson University overpaid scholarships, UMBC sidestepped bidding of contracts

    Towson University was more generous with scholarships than it should have been, giving at least $123,500 in tuition breaks that weren't deserved over three years. The University of Maryland, Baltimore County sidestepped requirements to bid out work by hiring vendors through a standing maintenance...

  • Frosh launches Maryland hate crime hotline

    Frosh launches Maryland hate crime hotline

    The office of Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh has received a dozen reports of hate speech in the week since he asked people to report such incidents. Frosh launched the hate speech hotline this month after several incidents were reported following the election of Donald Trump. He warned that...

  • Judge removes attorney from prison corruption case for comments posted to Facebook

    Judge removes attorney from prison corruption case for comments posted to Facebook

    An attorney assigned to represent a correctional officer charged in a scheme to smuggle drugs and other items into a state prison facility was removed from the case after posting about it on Facebook. U. S. District Judge James K. Bredar recently ordered attorney Anton J.S. Keating be removed from...

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