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  • Towson Mews first area project for Virginia developer

    Towson Mews first area project for Virginia developer
    Evergreene Cos., a Chantilly, Va., developer, is debuting in the Baltimore metro market with its first-ever project, Towson Mews, located in East Towson. Josh Mastrangelo, Evergreene's president, coastal division, said the residential developer did a...
  • UMBC announces major construction projects

    UMBC announces major construction projects
    University of Maryland, Baltimore County, officials announced that a number of construction projects will soon be under way on campus, including a larger arena and a more welcoming entrance. The announcement came during the university's annual meeting...
  • Bel Air bids adieu to La Chic Salon building

    Bel Air bids adieu to La Chic Salon building
    The building once known as La Chic Salon & Spa was torn down Wednesday in preparation for a new dental office at Thomas and Hays streets, one of the few new construction projects that can move ahead in the Town of Bel Air. The town has struggled to...
  • Sorting through senior living options for specific needs [Senior Circles]

    About three months ago, my former neighbors and I, who have lunch together once a month, were discussing how we could help one of us who had been showing signs of dementia. The former neighbor lives alone, which is of utmost concern to us. We had talked...
  • Two-year construction project on I-95 in Baltimore to begin Sunday

    Two-year construction project on I-95 in Baltimore to begin Sunday
    A major construction project on Interstate 95, set to begin Sunday, will impact traffic in Baltimore for the next two years — shifting and narrowing lanes and forcing ramp closures and detours. The $66 million project to remove and replace the...
  • Ulman bill would expedite ownership change of Merriweather

    Ulman bill would expedite ownership change of Merriweather
    Howard County Executive Ken Ulman said Thursday he has proposed a bill that would force downtown developer Howard Hughes Corp. to relinquish ownership of Merriweather Post Pavilion as early as later this year. "The fact remains we have not seen any of...
  • Ulman playing poker in dealing with Howard Hughes Corp. [Editorial]

    Ulman playing poker in dealing with Howard Hughes Corp. [Editorial]
    In poker, sometimes a strong hand is just as effective as a good bluff. It just gets tricky when the stakes are high. Howard County Executive Ken Ulman went "all in" with Howard Hughes Corp. last week over improvements both sides agreed are needed for...
  • Two-alarm fire at Pikesville senior housing

    Two-alarm fire at Pikesville senior housing
    A two-alarm fire broke out at a senior housing facility in Pikesville early Monday morning, Baltimore County fire officials said. The fire department responded to Springhouse Assisted Living in the 8900 block of Reisterstown Road at around 2:40 a.m....
  • Howard Hughes, county talk Merriweather upgrades

    Howard Hughes, county talk Merriweather upgrades
    Howard County and Howard Hughes Corp., the principal developer of downtown Columbia, have begun discussions about renovations to Merriweather Post Pavilion and other public improvements in downtown. The talks come less than a week after Howard County...
  • New Wilde Lake Middle in Ulman budget

    Howard County Executive Ken Ulman released his capital budget for fiscal year 2015 on April 1, a $259.9 million spending program that he says prioritizes funding for schools, parks, water-quality improvements and expansion of a new intracounty broadband...
  • After slowdown in population growth, home building picks up in Harford

    After slowdown in population growth, home building picks up in Harford
    Although population growth in Harford County slowed during the past year, the number of permits issued for new residential construction hit its highest point in five years during 2013, a likely sign of more growth to come. The county and its three...
  • The latest developments on the economy [Editorial]

    Way back in 1960, Harford County's population was a little more than 76,000, which, presuming an average of four people per house, translates to about 19,000 homes. When the building boom hit Harford County hard in the 1970s and especially the 1980s,...