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Elected officials from East Baltimore want to block the $1.8 billion urban renewal project in Middle East until more neighborhood residents and minority contractors are hired and displaced residents can benefit from the revitalization. Members of the...
It seems you can't turn on the television or the radio this summer without hearing some voice extolling the virtues of bringing a sixth casino to Maryland —this one to be built inPrince George's County. And while there is an active public dialogue...
From The Aegis dated Aug. 20, 1987: Four major construction projects just in the town of Bel Air were being held up 25 years ago by a lack of rain, with more likely to follow in the coming weeks. Maryland American Water Company, which provided water...
Officials for the College Manor retirement community and the Lutherville Community Association are reportedly negotiating an agreement that would allow the nursing home to build an 80-bed expansion while still providing protections from future development...
A contract originally rejected last month by the Harford County Board of Estimates was approved Thursday morning for a new division of water and sewer operations headquarters to be constructed at the newly expanded Abingdon Water Treatment plant. The...
One person was injured Sunday evening during a fire in an Elkridge mobile home park. According to the Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services, the fire broke out about 7 p.m. Sunday under a double-wide mobile home in the 8000 block of Keeton...
Permits to built new single-family homes have been on the rise in Harford County this year, although the numbers are still much lower than they were during the last housing boom in the early 2000s, according to the county's planning and zoning...
Tags: Rentals, Real Estate, Condos, Apartments, Homes
MEET THE CANDIDATES When Marylanders head to the polls Nov. 6, they will elect members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives in addition to casting their ballots for president. Dozens of people are running for a chance to represent the...
The group of East Baltimore elected officials threatening to derail the massive, $1.6 billion redevelopment project around Johns Hopkins Hospital undoubtedly mean well when they say drastic action is needed to ensure the community benefits promised to...
Summer playground programs scheduled to begin Monday, June 25 at Bond Mill Elementary, Laurel Elementary and James Harrison Elementary have been relocated because of ongoing construction projects at the schools, according to information released by the...
The public back and forth among our elected officials regarding whether Havre de Grace High School is in line for being replaced has been focused on a number of somewhat important policy-making details, even as the big picture has been overlooked. In...
A Baltimore County developer said he has abandoned pursuit of building "big box" stores at the site of the North Point Government Center in Dundalk and moving those offices to the site of a nearby former whiskey distillery that he owns. John Vontran of...
Tags: Baltimore County, Perry Hall, Target, Patapsco, Dundalk
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