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  • 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...
  • IHOP headed to Bel Air Plaza on Route 1

    IHOP headed to Bel Air Plaza on Route 1
    Bel Air residents will have another food option when an International House of Pancakes opens in Bel Air Plaza along Route 1 at the site most recently occupied by Marlin & Ray's. A building permit was issued by the Bel Air Department of Public Works...
  • Senior housing, apartments, storage facility planned for Constant Friendship parcel

    An Abingdon business park brimming with commercial tenants, including Walmart, which has proposed a controversial move out, could get some additional faces, if Harford County officials approve plans to build senior citizen housing, a garden apartment...
  • Another go at a major senior housing project in Harford [Editorial]

    The Presbyterian Home senior housing plan for Fountain Green has its merits, but the degree to which the public is expected to grant tax relief is a major question that needs to be addressed. Presbyterian Home of Maryland is a not-for-profit corporation...
  • Development a hard tide to turn [Editorial]

    Walmart opposition may have won a victory in that the retail giant won't pursue an entrance and exit off of Route 924, but traffic in the area promises to get worse anyway. The harsh reality is that decisions made decades ago about the area on either...
  • A great sportsman, greater friend to Harford County [Column]

    Christmas is a time for giving. It's also about peace and goodwill toward your neighbor and your community. This is the story of Darrel Cooper, who won't be with us this Christmas for the first time since 1917, in body anyway. He died at age 95 this...
  • Two construction projects underway on Brock Bridge Road [Maryland City]

    Many people have asked about the construction occurring near Brock Bridge Elementary School. On one side of the road construction of the new Monarch Global Academy Public Contract School continues. Students from Brock Bridge, Maryland City and Jessup...
  • Cecil County man killed in mobile home fire

    Cecil County man killed in mobile home fire
    A 39-year-old man was killed in a fire that engulfed his Cecil County mobile home early Thursday morning, according to the state fire marshal's office. Shortly after midnight, around 50 firefighters were called to the one-alarm fire in the 600 block...
  • State officials push for $125 million BWI expansion project

    State officials push for $125 million BWI expansion project
    The O'Malley administration is launching a three-year, $125 million construction project that will set the table for more international flights from BWI Marshall Airport. The plans appear to dovetail with the likely move of the airport's largest...
  • Plane's engine lost power before Maryland City crash

    Plane's engine lost power before Maryland City crash
    The small plane that crashed into a Maryland City mobile home park on Thursday morning lost power shortly after takeoff, investigators said Friday. The pilot, who has been identified as Ronald H. Dixon of Bowie, took off from Suburban Airport in a 1962...
  • Baltimore's rentals in high demand, fueling building boom

    Baltimore's rentals in high demand, fueling building boom
    To win the two-bedroom Canton condo Jillian Rimmer wanted, she offered to pay $75 more a month than the asking rent of $1,600. It worked: The landlord chose her bid, and she and a roommate live there now. "I was willing to pay that for the great...