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Garden Q&A: Name this green caterpillar

A friend took this picture in a parking lot. The caterpillar is about three inches long and grabbed hold of the pavement tightly when my friend tried to move it. Can you identify it? If you wondered whether fall was unusually mild, this caterpillar is exhibit A. It waited until well after Thanksgiving...

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  • $27.5 million senior community breaks ground in Fulton

    $27.5 million senior community breaks ground in Fulton

    Capitol Seniors Housing, a Washington, D.C.-based senior living developer, has broken ground on a $27.5 million community in Fulton. Arbor Terrace Maple Lawn, located at 11584 Scaggsville Rd., will have 86 assisted living and memory care apartments. The 73,000-square-foot property is expected to...

  • Baltimore-area home sales, prices climb in November

    Baltimore-area home sales, prices climb in November

    Baltimore-area home sales and prices continued to climb in November as the inventory of available homes sunk to a 10-year low. A total of 3,003 homes sold for a median prices of $254,000, up 5.8 percent from the same time last year and the highest November sales volume and median price in a decade,...

  • 300-unit development planned for Fells Point waterfront

    300-unit development planned for Fells Point waterfront

    Elm Street Development is planning a new 300-unit apartment and condo development along the waterfront in Fells Point. The property at 2001 Aliceanna St. is currently the site of a two-story warehouse, leased by the National Aquarium, and a large parking lot. The Virginia-based firm hopes to break...

  • Baltimore City Council considers tax hikes to pay for affordable housing

    Baltimore City Council considers tax hikes to pay for affordable housing

    In a city where many struggle to make monthly rent payments, the Baltimore City Council is considering raising taxes on property sales and transfers to provide $10 million annually for affordable housing. City Councilman Bill Henry submitted legislation Thursday to raise the recording fee by 20...

  • Kamenetz proposes more than $40 million in county aid for Towson Row

    Kamenetz proposes more than $40 million in county aid for Towson Row

    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz has proposed giving nearly $43 million to the developers behind the long-stalled Towson Row in downtown Towson to jump-start the project. The county would give the money to developers Greenberg Gibbons and Caves Valley Partners over the next five years....

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