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  • Graul's grocery chain wants to open store in Rotunda

    Graul's grocery chain wants to open store in Rotunda
    The Baltimore-area Graul's grocery chain is one of three vying to open a boutique market in the Rotunda mall. "We've been looking into it since the early part of the year," said Dennis Graul, president of Graul's Markets Inc., which owns the Graul's...
  • Rotunda redevelopers to expand plaza

    Rotunda redevelopers to expand plaza
    Hekemian & Co. now plans to redevelop the Rotunda mall with an expanded plaza to include more programmable space for public outdoor events, as recommended last month by Baltimore City's Urban Design and Architectural Review Panel. But Hekemian won't...
  • Small crowd in Baltimore faults BGE's post-outage communication

    Small crowd in Baltimore faults BGE's post-outage communication
    About a dozen Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. customers, consumer advocates and a City Councilwoman faulted the utility Tuesday for lack of preparation before and poor communication after a derecho storm struck the region in June. At a Baltimore public...
  • 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...
  • City's UDARP panel recommends schematic approval of Rotunda redevelopment

    Baltimore's Urban Design and Architectural Review Panel recommended initial approval Thursday of the Rotunda mall redevelopment project. The panel will hold at least one more hearing before it decides whether to recommend city approval of the overall...
  • Pastor of Hampden church celebrates 20 years in ministry

    Pastor of Hampden church celebrates 20 years in ministry
    "Hello, my name is Robin Johnson, and I'm the pastor here." That's how the Rev. Robin Johnson, longtime spiritual leader of Hampden United Methodist Church and founder of the church's popular Emmanuel's Rock social club for youths, introduced himself at...
  • City Council gives final approval to storm water fees, pension overhaul

    Two key budgetary measures are headed to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's desk after the City Council gave final approval Monday to new storm water fees and a pension overhaul. The new storm water fees will cost homeowners between $40 and $120 a year....
  • City panel gets earful from residents angry about rising water bills

    City panel gets earful from residents angry about rising water bills
    Angry city residents shouted "Shame," "Unbelievable" and "We're fed up" at Baltimore's spending panel Wednesday for not stopping a water bill rate increase of nearly 42 percent over the next three years. They said they were mad at city leaders for giving...
  • Open house at Peabody Heights Brewery draws a crowd

    Open house at Peabody Heights Brewery draws a crowd
    When a friend told Brad Siegler and Kim Murray that a brewery in Baltimore was throwing a party for the public Saturday afternoon, distance was not a factor for the Columbia couple. "It sounded fun," Murray said at the Peabody Heights Brewery in Abell,...
  • Baltimore police commander is new Ocean City police chief

    Baltimore police commander is new Ocean City police chief
    A 27-year veteran of the Baltimore Police Department is taking over as the new chief of police in Ocean City. Lt. Col. Ross Buzzuro, a respected commander who began his career in Baltimore as a police cadet in 1985, will start the new job on July 2....
  • Liquor stores in neighborhoods seek commercial rezoning

    Liquor stores in neighborhoods seek commercial rezoning
    Some north Baltimore wine and liquor stores may have found a way around a proposed Baltimore City zoning change that could eventually ban them from the residential neighborhoods in which they are located. Several stores in the Hampden and Charles...
  • Baltimore police struggle with vacancies, increased spending

    Baltimore police struggle with vacancies, increased spending
    The Baltimore Police Department is short almost one-sixth of the officers it should have as it girds for warmer weather and increased violence — prompting top brass to once again exceed their overtime budget to fill patrol cars. "At the most...