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  • Clock could run out for Westport developers

    Clock could run out for Westport developers
    A U.S. bankruptcy court is scheduled to decide Tuesday whether to grant more time to developer Patrick Turner, who has tried for 10 years to transform the empty Westport waterfront from grassy marsh to a bustling neighborhood. The decision could end...
  • Moscow's Achilles heel [Editorial]

    Moscow's Achilles heel  [Editorial]
    With Russian troops amassed along its border and Kremlin-backed separatists in control of major cities in eastern Ukraine, the government in Kiev is facing the gravest threat to its survival since the breakup of the former Soviet Union a generation ago....
  • Ravens coach John Harbaugh's $2.1 million home under contract

    Ravens coach John Harbaugh's $2.1 million home under contract
    Ravens coach John Harbaugh is selling his Reisterstown home for $2.1 million, according to recent real estate listings. The place boasts six bedrooms, five full bathrooms and five fireplaces. Amenities include extensive woodwork, reclaimed hardwood...
  • Trying to bloom: Buyers hoping more homes hit the market this spring

    Trying to bloom: Buyers hoping more homes hit the market this spring
    Stephanie and Jake Martin didn't have to wait long to sell their rowhouse in Baltimore's Canton neighborhood — they had a contract in three days. But buying a new place proved a bit more difficult. The Martins searched for months around Homeland...
  • Bel Air's 'Brick House' remains on market

    Bel Air's 'Brick House' remains on market
    A historic Bel Air-area home, dating back to the 1830s, remains on the market after its owner was not able to sell it at auction Saturday. The home at 501 W. Gordon St. was not sold during the auction, which about 40 to 50 people attended, because the...
  • Grow Baltimore's population by making homeownership possible

    Grow Baltimore's population by making homeownership possible
    Earlier this year, Baltimore's challenge to the 2010 Census established that the city had 621,074 residents on April 1, 2010. This revised number will now be used by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake as the baseline for counting toward her goal of growing...
  • Unfinished business

     Unfinished business
    The 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom was the largest political rally ever held in the nation's capital up to that time. More than 200,000 people from across the country — black and white, young and old, rich and poor, Democrat and...
  • Huge distribution warehouse planned for former GM site

    Huge distribution warehouse planned for former GM site
    The owner of the former General Motors factory site in Southeast Baltimore has applied for a city permit to build a huge warehouse that would employ up to 2,600 people, according to documents filed with the city planning department. The 2.8 million-...
  • Baltimore County home sells without hitting the market

    Baltimore County home sells without hitting the market
    The sale of 6520 Banbury Road just north of the Baltimore City line for $425,000 proves that the right house for the right couple can come along when least expected. The seller of this Cape Cod in the Idlewylde neighborhood contacted realtor Ashley...
  • Solo Cup warehouse sells for $44 million

    Solo Cup warehouse sells for $44 million
    A Carroll County distribution center used by Solo Cup has sold for $44 million, a broker involved in the sale said Wednesday. Solo Cup will remain the sole tenant in the 1-million-square-foot warehouse on Hanover Pike in Hampstead, said Jonathan M....
  • Shrinking choices for homebuyers in Baltimore area

    Shrinking choices for homebuyers in Baltimore area
    Kristina and Anthony Pannone spent eight months looking for a house. The ones they liked kept getting snapped up, until they finally topped three other would-be buyers for a place in Columbia — by offering $5,100 more than the asking price. Their...
  • Some call on city to explore eminent domain to combat blight

    Some call on city to explore eminent domain to combat blight
    A California city's controversial plan to use eminent domain to help its residents burdened with mortgages worth more than their homes has caught the eye of some Baltimore leaders, who say the city might benefit from the program. There are thousands of...