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  • Design plan for Harbor Point approved by city panel

    Design plan for Harbor Point approved by city panel
    Baltimore's Urban Design and Architecture Review panel approved Thursday the master plan for a nearly 3 million-square-foot development at Harbor Point, between Harbor East and Fells Point, where Exelon's new headquarters is expected to be built. The...
  • Key developments in the case against Dixon

    Here's how the legal issues for Mayor Sheila Dixon have unfolded over the years: July 27, 2003: The Baltimore Sun reveals that then City Council President Sheila Dixon and nine council members have hired relatives as paid assistants and that all...
  • Hard work, political ties eased Lipscomb's rise

    Ronald H. Lipscomb loved being part of the development team behind the high-end Four Seasons hotel and condominium tower now rising on Baltimore's transformed Harbor East waterfront. Years before the first shovel of dirt, he mused about buying a seven-...
  • Hip city living by the water

    Hip city living by the water
    One sunny day two summers ago, as Yvonne Hardy-Phillips and her husband, Oliver, shopped for groceries at Whole Foods Market in Harbor East, something happened that took the couple and other store patrons by surprise. From out of the gourmet cheese aisle...
  • Probe includes Dixon's furs

    Probe includes Dixon's furs
    State prosecutors are looking for Mayor Sheila Dixon's fur coats and have been seeking information on gifts she received from people doing business with the city, new lines of inquiry in the probe of City Hall contracts involving her friends. On the same...
  • Dixon funds linked to firms

    Companies linked to a developer questioned in the state investigation of Mayor Sheila Dixon have made nearly $500,000 in political contributions in the past decade, state campaign finance records show. The 57 limited liability corporations named in court...
  • Dixon angered over leaks in case

    Mayor Sheila Dixon lashed out at prosecutors and reporters yesterday in her first comments since acknowledging having a personal relationship with a developer at the same time that she voted on contracts that benefited his company. In a combative news...
  • Their marriage ends, their lawsuits begin

    For more than 20 years, the husband-and-wife developer team of Clark and Debbie Turner had the routine down: He built the homes, and she sold them. Together, they made millions working on some of the highest-profile projects in Harford County. When...
  • Elevation elimination

     
    Harbor East Deli is expected to open this weekend in the storefront occupied ever so briefly by Elevation Burger.Alex Smith, grandson of Harbor East godfather John Paterakis, is opening the restaurant with two partners.Smith was a partner in Elevation...
  • Top Ten frightening state fair foods

     
    The idea for this week's list comes from Owl Meat Gravy, who reminded me that it is the time of year for "disgusting fried state fair food." The Howard County Fair opened its week-long run Saturday. The Maryland State Fair......
  • Lipscomb apologizes for role in City Hall scandal

    Baltimore developer Ronald H. Lipscomb apologized in court Thursday for violating campaign finance rules and accepted a sentence of three years of unsupervised probation, 100 hours of community service and a $25,000 fine imposed by Circuit Judge Dennis M....
  • Lipscomb accepts plea deal

    Lipscomb accepts plea deal
    A developer scheduled to go to trial Monday on charges of bribing a city councilwoman instead pleaded guilty to a lesser violation and agreed to cooperate with the state prosecutor's case against Mayor Sheila Dixon. Ronald H. Lipscomb acknowledged...