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  • Baltimore City panel approves 25th Street Station shopping center

    Baltimore City panel approves 25th Street Station shopping center
    The third time was the charm Thursday, as the Baltimore City Urban Design and Architectural Review Panel gave its blessing to the planned 25th Street Station shopping center with a Walmart in Remington. UDARP had criticized aspects of the Walmart design...
  • Inner Arbor hires landscape designer for Symphony Woods

    Inner Arbor hires landscape designer for Symphony Woods
    Landscape designer Martha Schwartz has been named by Inner Arbor Trust Inc. to be the lead designer for phase one of the project that will help transform Symphony Woods in downtown Columbia. The London resident and alumna of Harvard University's Graduate...
  • Architects present draft of Dumbarton Middle $27.5M renovation plans

    Architects present draft of Dumbarton Middle $27.5M renovation plans
    Architects presented on Tuesday the first version of design plans for the $27.5 million addition and renovation project at Dumbarton Middle School to the Baltimore County Board of Education's Building and Contracts Committee. The plan will include...
  • In Elkridge, Riverwatch would set bar for future projects

    In Elkridge, Riverwatch would set bar for future projects
    A decade after a master plan was approved for the Route 1 corridor, one of its first projects in lower Elkridge is en route to breaking ground next summer. Riverwatch, a proposed apartment and town home development on Furnace Avenue just a few blocks...
  • Howard's Applications and Research Lab is not your parents' vo-tech

    Howard's Applications and Research Lab is not your parents' vo-tech
    When Maya Wise told her parents she wanted to spend her senior year taking graphic design classes at Howard County's Applications and Research Laboratory, her father didn't know what she was talking about. He had never heard of the ARL. Or, so he...
  • Back Story: Charles Street winds its way through the heart of Baltimore

    Back Story: Charles Street winds its way through the heart of Baltimore
    From its humble origins on the shores of the Patapsco River in industrial and rail-clogged South Baltimore, Charles Street transforms itself during its 10.9-mile journey through the heart of the city as it heads north through the fashionable and wealthy...
  • Renovation project brings couple together

    Renovation project brings couple together
    A funny thing happened when Gail Cunningham hired local home restoration company SouthFen to renovate and restore her 18th-century home in Butler: She fell in love with the builder. The relationship between Cunningham, now the vice president of...
  • Bel Air Liquors, Tiny Toes receive Bel Air town honors

    Bel Air Liquors, Tiny Toes receive Bel Air town honors
    Bel Air and Harford County politicians, business leaders and community liaisons gathered at the Liriodendron Mansion on Thursday evening in anticipation of learning the town's 2013 Archer-Bull and Business of the Year award winners. After a half-hour...
  • Inner Arbor introduces design team for Symphony Woods

    Inner Arbor introduces design team for Symphony Woods
    The design team assembled to implement the ambitious Inner Arbor Plan for Symphony Woods in Columbia was introduced Monday to approximately 150 people inside Smith Theatre at Howard Community College. The six-member group includes London-based landscape...
  • 5 Questions with Chambers President Rick Snellinger

    5 Questions with Chambers President Rick Snellinger
    James H. Chambers founded the H. Chambers Co. in 1889 as a painting and wallpaper firm working in Baltimore's religious institutions and the homes of the city's upper crust. Over the next century, the business grew into one of the country's elite...
  • Getting chills in spooky Westminster catacombs

    Getting chills in spooky Westminster catacombs
    The stream of visitors who passed through the iron gates at Fayette and Greene streets this week reverenced Edgar Allan Poe's monument and grave, but then they soon drifted along the lanes and brick paths of this historic churchyard on the western edge of...
  • School board approves plans for new Wilde Lake Middle School

    School board approves plans for new Wilde Lake Middle School
    The village of Wilde Lake will soon be getting a new middle school. The Howard County Board of Education last week voted unanimously to replace Wilde Lake Middle School — the county's oldest middle school — with a new facility that would open...