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  • General Assembly: Please, please buy Rocky Gap

    General Assembly: Please, please buy Rocky Gap
    After failing twice to attract a developer to transform the debt-ridden Rocky Gap Lodge into a profit-generating slot machine palace, Maryland lawmakers are considering a new package of financial incentives that would erase millions of dollars in fees and...
  • Tumultuous decades for a housing-aid activist

    Tumultuous decades for a housing-aid activist
    Vincent Quayle knows the corrosive effect of foreclosures well, sitting as he does at the helm of a nonprofit group that helps homeowners in trouble. But he says the current foreclosure crisis is nothing compared to the damage wrought by the...
  • Taking a stand, losing the farm

    ENTERPRISE, Ala. - In this rural town with the can-do name, the ugliness began with a showdown. In late 1995, 39 chicken farmers decided to say no to ConAgra, the nation's fifth largest poultry processor. The farmers said the company's new contract was...
  • An up-and-down year for Baltimore's housing market

    An up-and-down year for Baltimore's housing market
    Gauging the trajectory of the real estate market in the Baltimore region has become a hyper-local exercise — it depends on precisely where you live. While a handful of communities roared back so much last year that the number of home sales actually...
  • Marks, Quirk to introduce open-space bill for Balto. Co.

    Two Baltimore County councilmen plan to introduce legislation they say would help better protect undeveloped areas for recreation and green space in older urban communities. Councilmen David Marks and Tom Quirk say the measure would add another layer...
  • Former theater seen as a centerpiece for Baltimore arts district

    Former theater seen as a centerpiece for Baltimore arts district
    Inside the once-bustling movie theater on North Avenue, moss thrives on shattered marble walls. Broken tiles hang from the ceiling. Rainwater pours through the roof. But this derelict structure is now seen as a future centerpiece for the growing...
  • Council passes bill aimed at helping condo buyers

    The County Council Monday unanimously passed a bill that will prohibit a property owner from obtaining a county rental license if they are more than 30 days behind on their condominium association or homeowner association fees. "The key is that we want...
  • Giant to close Rotunda store, relocate to Fresh & Green's

    Giant to close Rotunda store, relocate to Fresh & Green's
    As he often does, 97-year-old Dorsey Yearley sat on a bench with his cane in his lap outside the Giant store in the Rotunda in Hampden, people-watching on a Friday afternoon. "This is plenty convenient for us," said Yearley, who lives at Roland Park...
  • Baltimore-area housing market sees bidding wars return as buyers' choices shrink

    Baltimore-area housing market sees bidding wars return as buyers' choices shrink
    David D. Igla lost out on three Ellicott City homes in the past few months before he finally beat the competition and had an offer accepted. What kind of so-called buyer's market is this, he wondered? Some houses zip off the market —...
  • Housing forums to discuss FHA financing issue for condo associations

    Howard County Housing is hosting three community forums this month beginning Thursday with housing professionals to discuss the growing problem of condo associations loosing Federal Housing Administration financing. "Condominiums are often a first time...
  • Councilman plans to introduce PUD for 90 senior apartments in Lansdowne

    One day after developer Enterprise Homes held a community meeting about its plan to build a senior living facility in Baltimore Highlands, 1st District Councilman Tom Quirk threw his support behind the project. Quirk, who represents the area, said Friday...
  • January home sales fall in Baltimore area

    January home sales slipped by 5 percent in the Baltimore area, while the number of homes on the market reached its lowest point in nearly six years, numbers released Friday show. There were 1,334 homes sold in the area last month, down from January...