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  • Think government doesn't do good? Read this

    Think government doesn't do good? Read this
    During this election cycle, it is increasingly popular in some circles to condemn government as wasteful, inefficient and incompetent. While there are thousands of federal, state and local government programs, each with its own index of success or...
  • Howard Hughes Corp. welcomes Whole Foods to Columbia

    Howard Hughes Corp. welcomes Whole Foods to Columbia
    What Howard Hughes Corp. Senior Vice President John DeWolf called "the worst-kept secret in Howard County" was confirmed Thursday as he and other county leaders welcomed Whole Foods Market to Columbia. On Wednesday evening, the Hughes Corp. had announced...
  • Group hopes to restore Peale Museum into history, architecture center

    Group hopes to restore Peale Museum into history, architecture center
    After being closed to the public for nearly two decades, a new day may be dawning for the Peale Museum on Holliday Street if its planned restoration as the Peale Center for Baltimore History and Architecture comes to fruition. "I think it has lots of...
  • Congressional candidate profiles

    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...
  • MICA plans $18.5 million expansion, renovation of student housing

    MICA plans $18.5 million expansion, renovation of student housing
    Twenty years after opening its first large residence for students, the Maryland Institute College of Art plans to build a $16.5 million addition that will increase the number of undergraduates living on campus and help revitalize Baltimore's North...
  • 'Nothing new' from Baltimore housing chief on unpaid lead judgments, Del. Rosenberg says

    'Nothing new' from Baltimore housing chief on unpaid lead judgments, Del. Rosenberg says
    Baltimore Housing Commissioner Paul T. Graziano met last month with an influential state lawmaker to discuss more than $8 million in unpaid court-ordered judgments against the city’s housing authority, which have resulted from lead-paint poisoning...
  • After six years, Ugly Mug in Eldersburg still taking shape ... slowly

    After six years, Ugly Mug in Eldersburg still taking shape ... slowly
    For the past six years, the building at 6228 Sykesvillle Road (Route 32), in Eldersburg, once known as Nathan Henry's Restaurant, has stood empty. But it hasn't been forgotten. The nondenominational Journey Church Community has been planning to turn...
  • Councilwoman and constituents at odds over Waverly library renovations

    A year ago, residents and their city councilwoman were in agreement that the city needed to go "back to the drawing board" on plans to renovate the Waverly Library. But now, as the city prepares to break ground on the $3 million project later this year,...
  • Renovated 13th Floor dazzles

    Renovated 13th Floor dazzles
    Sitting atop the Belvedere like a brilliant Christmas ornament, the recently renovated 13th Floor will likely impress first-timers the moment its elevator doors open to the intimate space. First, they'll wonder: Is this view really of Baltimore? Then: Is...
  • We need a war on lead poisoning

    We need a war on lead poisoning
    The reports that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cut its threshold for lead poisoning from 10 micrograms per deciliter to 5 micrograms were something of a simplification. What the CDC said, after years of study and discussion, was that no...
  • State approves last round of school construction projects

    State approves last round of school construction projects
    State officials approved more than $161 million in school construction funding Wednesday that will allow school systems in the Baltimore area to undertake renovation projects, tackling problems that include sweltering and overcrowded classrooms and...
  • Still recovering from Sandy, Crisfield braces for next storm

    Still recovering from Sandy, Crisfield braces for next storm
    — Hazel Cropper, for years the fastest crab picker in this city built on its seafood industry, worries about the storm drain a few feet from her living room. As volunteers assessed the damage Superstorm Sandy caused to her home, the 74-year-old...