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Dining@LargeUpdated, 7:25 p.m.:Gino’s is back, and Towson’s got it.Maryland Executive Park, near the intersection of Joppa and La Salle roads, will be the setting for the first Baltimore-area Gino's Burgers and Chicken. The announcement was made this week...
Dining@LargeYou asked about the DuClaw property in Fells Point. An application to the board of liquor license commisioners for Baltimore City has been made for the property at 901 S. Bond Street. The names on the application -- John T.......
Tags: Randallstown, Property, Fells Point, Real Estate
Would you borrow money to pay off your mortgage and instead risk it in the market? That is in essence what Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz would like to do by floating $255 million of pension obligation bonds to fill the official hole in the...
Here's what I'm thinking: We get La Famille DeBeaufre to establish a second bakery in Sparrows Point and ship their beloved Berger Cookies all over the world — to China, India, Brazil, Mexico and other nations with rising economies. And maybe we...
Jim Brochin, a state senator from Baltimore County, had a letter to the editor published in this newspaper last week. In it, he complained about a lack of facts in my recent column on the mob scene and brawl outside the Recher Theatre in Towson on Sept....
I grew up in Dundalk and began my career in recreation, parks, and conservation with the Baltimore County Department of Recreation and Parks. My career took me to Harford County and Los Angeles. I came home to Baltimore County in 1995 as the director of...
Tags: Government, Public Officials, Dundalk, Local Elections
Baltimore County Police Chief Jim Johnson said Monday, May 20 at a Greater Towson Committee town hall meeting that despite Towson's rising crime rate, Towson and Baltimore County are safer than ever. "We're working closely with the Chamber (of Commerce)...
Baltimore City's schools are Maryland's oldest, and Baltimore County's are the second-oldest. The problems posed by the aging facilities in the two jurisdictions are different — the city has an overabundance of underused buildings, while the...
The suggestion of building a new 700-seat elementary school to replace Rodgers Forge Elementary in Towson was made during a meeting held Thursday evening to address Towson's elementary school overcrowding problem. The meeting held at Carver Center was...
Learn from past for answers to overcrowding We have all heard, "If you don't learn from history, you are destined to repeat it." We must learn from events 18 years ago when citizens wanted the (County Executive Dutch) Ruppersberger Administration to...
The Baltimore County Council could vote next week to reduce fees that developers pay to help the county build parks and buy recreational land. A council resolution would lower — in some cases by nearly 90 percent — so-called open-space waiver...
Days before last November’s election, Gov. Martin O’Malley used his cellphone to call Jim Murren, the chief executive of MGM Resorts International in Las Vegas. The two talked for 11 minutes that Sunday. Not surprisingly, the topic was the...
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