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  • City Council gives preliminary approval to Harbor Point tax break

    City Council gives preliminary approval to Harbor Point tax break
    The Baltimore City Council gave preliminary approval on Monday to a proposal for a decade of tax breaks for Harbor Point, the future home of Exelon Corp.'s Baltimore headquarters. Two council members, Nick Mosby and Carl Stokes, voted against including...
  • Baltimore takes first step toward setting storm-water fee

    Facing federal and state mandates to reduce pollution washing off its streets and alleys, Baltimore city is taking the first step toward imposing a fee on residents or property owners to pay for controlling its tainted storm-water runoff. City Council...
  • A life lesson in mayor's reversal on park

    I know stating the obvious is not usually print-worthy, but did I just see Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake do a complete flip-flop and try in the open to get away with it ("Rawlings-Blake calls for park study group," Oct. 3)? Her "my way or the highway"...
  • DeWees rec center vies for $50,000 grant

    The DeWees Recreation Center, in Baltimore's Govans neighborhood, is one of the oldest in the city, and it's showing its age. "It's really in need of repair," said Sandi McFadden, Community Leader with the Friends of the DeWees Group and secretary of the...
  • Better: Getting grilled on the finer points of barbecue etiquette

    If what I've read and seen on TV is true, barbecue competitions are brutal, gladiator-like contests. You'll never catch me entering one. First of all, I get enough of standing over a hot stove indoors, thank you. Secondly, most of the contestants seem...
  • DeWees center seeks funding for renovations

    The DeWees Recreation Center, in Baltimore's Govans neighborhood, is one of the oldest in the city, and it's showing its age. "It's really in need of repair," said Sandi McFadden, community leader with the group Friends of the DeWees and secretary of...
  • Council discards cuts, approves mayor's budget plan

    Council discards cuts, approves mayor's budget plan
    The Baltimore City Council reversed course Thursday, rejecting millions of dollars in budget cuts it had endorsed earlier in the week, and passing Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's original $2.3 billion spending plan. The abrupt shift derailed $6...
  • Tax credit errors spur calls for audits

    City and state lawmakers called Monday for stepped-up scrutiny of property tax credit programs in Baltimore, after a Baltimore Sun investigation found that chronic errors have cost the city millions of dollars in lost revenue, despite warnings...
  • Swimming: Parsons sets North St. John's record in breaststroke

    Swimming: Parsons sets North St. John's record in breaststroke
    North St. John's The North St. John's Blue Marlins defeated Dulaney, 302-186, in the second meet of the Central Maryland Swim League season. North St. John's had 25 Straehle qualifiers and 173 improvement ribbons were given. Anika Ekanyake, Samantha...
  • Harbor Point developers seek to expand project

    Harbor Point developers seek to expand project
    Developers of Baltimore's Harbor Point have asked the city for permission to build up to 1,000 residences on the site between Harbor East and Fells Point, making the project more of a mixed-use community than is currently allowed by the city's zoning. If...
  • Parking woes pit Canton residents, businesses against each other

    Parking woes pit Canton residents, businesses against each other
    For Mike Beczkowski, parking on his street near the American Can Company complex in Canton has gotten a bit better since he and others in the neighborhood persuaded the city to require residential permit parking last November. Most nights, he can now find...
  • The departure of Legg Mason's CEO raises questions about its future

    The departure of Legg Mason's CEO raises questions about its future
    The second CEO in Legg Mason's history announced last week he was stepping down, raising the question: What's next for the Baltimore-based money manager? Only the board — or more precisely, activist shareholder and Legg director Nelson Peltz &#...