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It's planting time in the Chesapeake Bay, just as it is on land for farmers and gardeners across Maryland. Instead of seeds, though, hundreds of millions of speck-sized baby oysters — known as spat — are being planted this spring in Harris...
The first troops showed up on a Saturday morning at the four-bedroom house in Columbia heavily armed: saws, hammers, crowbars, drills. They've returned three times since and are expected back again next week in hopes of making repairs upstairs and down,...
A $1.5 million federal grant will help pay for rebuilding the downtown Annapolis City Dock, including upgrades to stormwater management controls to reduce frequent flooding. "City Dock is arguably the city's most important asset, and first and foremost,...
Tags: Personal Service, Government Aid, Annapolis
A team of five restoration and remediation experts from Rainbow International of Northeastern Maryland, at 323 Williams St. in Bel Air, have earned additional certifications for microbial remediation, structural drying and restoration following water...
The Waverly library would be about 2,000 square feet bigger than it is now, with a wall of glass, more computers, modernized equipment and separate areas for children and teens, as planned in a $6 million renovation project, Baltimore City library...
Harford County Council members on Tuesday again delayed voting on a controversial bill that would charge all county residential and agricultural property owners an additional $125 a year to help treat stormwater and improve the water quality of the...
A massive capital construction and improvement plan to repair or replace dozens of underutilized or dilapidated school buildings in Baltimore City has won the support of legislative leaders in Annapolis, opening the way for the largest overhaul of the...
Charles Kelley stands in Baltimore's historic Lexington Market, chowing down on a Faidley's overstuffed crab cake sandwich. It doesn't bother the 37-year-old North Carolina man that the market doesn't have gourmet coffee, wine or cheese shops. He's OK...
Before it became "The Wall That Ate Some Cars," it was just a stone wall on Mulligans Hill Lane, bracing a 20-foot-high embankment — stalwart as the steep hills that give Ellicott City's historic district much of its character. Then in early...
On Aug, 24, 2011, the earthquake that jolted the East Coast from Georgia to Quebec rattled through the bricks, plaster and paint of one of Baltimore's architectural jewels, the Basilica of the Assumption, sending nearly 1,000 linear feet of cracks through...
Tags: Employees, William E. Lori, Architecture, Easter, Event Planning
Clyde's of Columbia will reopen in mid- to late-April, later than anticipated because of a few minor problems during renovations that began in January. "If it takes a little more time, we want to get it done right the first time," said Clyde's General...
Tags: Dining and Drinking, Restaurants
For years, the Dulaney Sports Boosters have lamented that the school's stadium didn't match the quality of the student-athletes who played on it or the school that it represented. "It's well-kept, but very plain looking," said Kim Hoffman, president...
Tags: Building Material
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