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  • Businesses, park evacuated for underground natural gas line fire

    Businesses, park evacuated for underground natural gas line fire
    Two businesses and a park were evacuated when an underground natural gas line caught fire Tuesday afternoon, Baltimore County officials said. BGE crews were working to shut off gas after firefighters were called at 1:07 p.m. to the line in the 6900...
  • Rosedale train explosion still being felt by local businesses one year later

    Rosedale train explosion still being felt by local businesses one year later
    When the derailed train cars full of hazardous chemicals exploded, a shock wave shot through an adjacent industrial park, shattering windows, cracking concrete and buckling metal paneling and roofs. A year later, the recovery continues. "We're a...
  • In a pop-up, Dylan's Oyster Cellar deserves permanence

    In a pop-up, Dylan's Oyster Cellar deserves permanence
    Pop-up shops — businesses that open temporarily to present new concepts before hopefully graduating to a permanent location — make sense, especially in Baltimore. We can be a capricious group to impress, so a business that chooses to refine...
  • Westminster announces downtown business incubator program

    Westminster announces downtown business incubator program
    With vacant storefronts scattered throughout the downtown area, City of Westminster officials are partnering with a relatively new Washington non-profit to try and bring business back to Main Street. Westminster officials announced a business incubator...
  • Second Democrat sets sights on District 9 Senate race

    Second Democrat sets sights on District 9 Senate race
    Almost a decade ago, when Ryan Frederic was looking to relocate his aerospace security, research and simulation business, he landed upon Howard County. "This was the place," he said. He decided to move his company, Applied Defense Solutions, from West...
  • Downtown reports job gains in 2013

    Downtown reports job gains in 2013
    The number of jobs in downtown Baltimore topped pre-recession levels for the first time last year, according to an annual report to be released Thursday. Downtown employment rose to about 122,000 in 2013, up 8 percent from 2012 and 7 percent since 2007,...
  • No looking backward [Commentary]

    No looking backward [Commentary]
    Americans should not be deterred from working to improve our health care system despite difficulties with implementing the websites of the health insurance exchanges as part of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Our resolve for improved health care should...
  • Eva-Mar project opponents renew plea for repeal of beneficial zoning code changes

    Eva-Mar project opponents renew plea for repeal of beneficial zoning code changes
    Half a dozen people who live around a Bel Air-area farm slated for extensive development once again pleaded with members of the Harford County Council Tuesday evening to either stop the project, reduce its scope or repeal three changes to the zoning...
  • Top court throws out challenge to State Center redevelopment

    Top court throws out challenge to State Center redevelopment
    Maryland's top court cleared the way Thursday for the long-stalled State Center redevelopment — a planned $1.5 billion "village" of offices, homes, a supermarket and shops on the site of a 1950s-era government complex in midtown Baltimore. "We're...
  • Tow the line [Editorial]

    Tow the line  [Editorial]
    It's a heart-sinking feeling to return to your parking space and find your car gone. Maybe you noticed the sign warning that the lot was only for patrons of a particular business, but you figured, hey, there are plenty of open spaces, and I'll only be...
  • Entrepreneur helps clients with work space

    When you meet LaTaunya Howard, it doesn't take long to realize she enjoys being around people. She flashes her smile almost by default, but not in a way that feels contrived, and her demeanor and tone make you feel at ease. It helps explain why Howard,...
  • York Road closed in Cockeysville, area evacuated after gas main break

    York Road closed in Cockeysville, area evacuated after gas main break
    York Road was closed between Ashland Road and Wight Avenue in Cockeysville and nearby businesses evacuated as utility crews repaired a gas main break Monday afternoon, Baltimore County officials said. A leak was reported in a 4-inch main about 2:35 p.m.,...