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The students of Medfield Heights don't have a National Blue Ribbon greeting them at the door or a name that has historically been synonymous with elementary school excellence. But this year, the North Baltimore school earned a distinguished title all...
Already ensconced in the old G.C. Murphy five-and-dime store on The Avenue in Hampden, Avenue Antiques has now expanded into the old Ideal Theatre building next door. On Friday at 4 p.m., on the eve of Hampdenfest 2012, Avenue Antiques owner Elissa...
Tags: The Salvation Army, Hampden, Arts, Artists, Museums
Baltimore City police released the incident report Monday morning about the woman who was attacked by a Rottweiler outside the farmers' market in Waverly Saturday. The attack took place when the dog broke the leash with which it had been tied to a parking...
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...
Tags: Linthicum, Roland Park, Architecture
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...
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's proposed increase to the city's tax on bottle beverages is expected to move forward Monday after being corked up for months by a City Council committee. Council members, led by Council Vice President Edward Reisinger,...
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...
It seems Baltimore City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke has joined the ranks of politicians in La-La Land when she states, "This is the first time in my entire time in the City Council, and as a parent and grandparent, that I've had a chance to be part of...
Rotunda owner Hekemian & Co. doesn't think it needs to go back to the drawing board in the wake of criticism by Baltimore City officials of redevelopment plans for the struggling mall. "We've looked at dozens of scenarios over the years on how to lay out...
Residents of row houses along Elm Avenue and 38th Street will have the mixed blessing of living near a redeveloped Rotunda with apartments and garages as close as across the street. It's not so much Hekemian & Co.'s redevelopment plan that bothers...
Tags: Rentals, Apartments, Rental Service
As a Baltimorean overburdened by local taxes, I'm angered the Baltimore City Council will afflict yet another upon us ("Bottle tax gains in council," June 12). It will take more than a bottle tax to fix the Baltimore schools, and I would suggest the...
A city councilwoman is calling on Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. to appear before the council to explain its slow response to June's derecho storm and to address underlying grid and tree canopy problems that contributed to widespread power outages....
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