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  • Baltimore's new downtown

    Baltimore's new downtown
    Harbor East is moving farther east with baker-cum-developer John Paterakis Sr.'s announcement Friday that he will break ground this summer on a new, mega-Whole Foods and later on a new residential/retail building across Central Avenue from the...
  • Old Navy leaving Bel Air for Abingdon; shoe store coming to Harford Mall

    Bel Air's Harford Mall and Abingdon's new Boulevard at Box Hill continue to bring in new businesses even as some old ones leave. After Old Navy recently departed Harford Mall for the Boulevard, the mall announced it would soon be replaced by Shoe Dept....
  • Howard officials to consider bike sharing program

    As Columbia moves toward a more urban-style, walkable downtown center, local officials want to introduce a bike-sharing program similar to those that have become popular in cities across the country. Howard County officials are working with the...
  • Exelon building will pull energy from downtown

    Exelon building will pull energy from downtown
    Granted, the announced move of Constellation Energy/Exelon's new Baltimore headquarters around the Inner Harbor's northeast corner is not a quantum jump. Constellation's present location at 750 E.Pratt St. is already on the edge of downtown, furnishing...
  • The Chesapeake saga -- from the Baltimore Sun archives

     
    At sea re the Chesapeake saga. Me, too. I've been looking through the archives. This Ed Gunts article from 2003 was very, very helpful. Consider it exposition for the following eight years of Jarndyce and Jarndyce.Please share your memories of......
  • Know your rights in disputes with landlords

    Know your rights in disputes with landlords
    For Eddie Germino, being unemployed for a time last year worked to his advantage in a dispute with his Maryland landlord. Germino, 27, had moved out of the house where he had lived with other students. Now he was trying to get his security deposit back....
  • Fresh Market to open Aug. 24 in Dulaney Plaza

    The Fresh Market Inc. is holding the grand opening of its new store in Dulaney Plaza on Aug. 24. Located on the site of the former SuperFresh at 838 Dulaney Valley Road, the 21,260-square-foot store promises "an inviting atmosphere reminiscent of old-...
  • A skeptical view of Harford County property giveaway

    Suppose a relative calls you up and says they have two houses they want to give you, free and clear with no strings attached. The houses are worth more than $500,000, or at least that what tax records say they are worth. Would you take them? Is there...
  • Apartment rents rise as homeownership sinks

    Apartment rents rise as homeownership sinks
    Apartment complexes in the Baltimore region are raising rents as a muted economic recovery and a foreclosure crisis have discouraged homeownership — and added to the ranks of renters. Rental costs rose more than 6 percent to about $1,120 in the...
  • State Center faces delay because of pending lawsuit

    State Center faces delay because of pending lawsuit
    The planned $1.5 billion transformation of the aging Maryland government complex in midtown Baltimore is facing a delay on the first phase of construction because of a pending lawsuit against the developers. Work to overhaul the 28-acre State Center...
  • Howard sees development potential along stretch of U.S. 1

    Howard sees development potential along stretch of U.S. 1
    Twenty-two-year-old Elkridge resident Roger Buckley recalls U.S. 1 as cluttered with "lots of old, sleazy motels, liquor stores and fast-food restaurants." The main drag near his childhood home was run-down, but it had its advantages. Buckley remembers...
  • Restaurant, bar added to Power Plant Live upgrade

    Pizza restaurant Joe Squared and Leinenkugel's Beer Hall will become the latest additions to Power Plant Live's $10 million upgrade, officials announced Wednesday. The downtown entertainment hub, which is in the middle of a multimillion-dollar upgrade,...