| May 17, 2011
| 2:39 PM
Like so many skeletons of Baltimore's industrial past, the brick and steel bones of sturdy buildings — devoid of innards — are found all along the harbor. Or maybe it should be said they were found along the harbor, since more and more of...
| Mar 3, 2011
| 11:14 AM
In 2003, Mike Dufton purchased a 2,200-square-foot townhome on tranquil Back Creek just outside Annapolis in the community of King James Landing.
The end-of-group design featuring a side entrance, along with views of the water just beyond the front yard,...
| Jul 14, 2011
| 10:31 AM
No one who walks into Jeri and Jesse Hannon's townhouse in Mays Chapel North is likely to forget the dining room chandelier.
Hanging from a 10-foot-high carved ceiling medallion, this magnificent fixture, fashioned of cut crystal and looking much like...
| Nov 17, 2011
| 12:22 PM
With two sons grown and out on their own, it seemed that it would be a cinch for Mark Hyman and his wife, Peggy Brennecke, to downsize from their large home in shady, hilly Mount Washington in northern Baltimore City.
"We agreed to go smaller and...
| Jan 19, 2012
| 11:52 AM
Downsizing often means making big changes in lifestyle. David and Deborah Russell never regretted the decision to do so.
With their daughter, Marie, long out of the nest, the couple thought it high time to leave their six-bedroom single-family home in...
| Feb 28, 2011
| 8:39 PM
Baltimore, where thousands of buildings contain lead-based paint that can poison young children, has lost federal funding for abatement programs due to mismanagement of its most recent grant, officials said Monday.
Department of Housing and Urban...
| Jul 7, 2011
| 5:13 PM
The chairman of a City Council committee says he will ask federal officials to push Baltimore's public housing agency to pay a six-figure judgment for lead-paint poisoning, saying the agency had effectively stuck its tongue out by refusing to budge on the...
| Jun 8, 2011
| 9:05 PM
It was late one afternoon when the email went out, warning of "hot front page news" that could be a "big embarrassment" to Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler.
The message came from an assistant attorney general, writing to alert her supervisor that a...
| Jul 10, 2011
| 6:00 AM
I was appalled to learn recently how the three young children of my neighbors on Henrietta Street in Federal Hill were put at risk of lead poisoning. The law allows only contractors who are certified to remove lead-based paint. In this renovation, a...
| Jul 15, 2011
Exhibit "Oil & Water," paintings in oil by Lee Alban and watercolors by Sam Dixon, are on display through Aug. 7 at Main St. Gallery, 216A Main Street in Annapolis. Hours are 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays; 11 a....
| Jul 14, 2011
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| Jul 19, 2011
| 5:30 PM
A Baltimore landlord with a history of violations of lead paint abatement laws agreed to plead guilty Tuesday to three misdemeanor violations of the Toxic Substances Control Act.
Cephus Murrell, who owns and manages 175 apartments in Baltimore, failed to...