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  • Rating agencies review Constellation

    Wall Street's three major credit-rating agencies said yesterday that they are studying the latest twist in Constellation Energy Group's pending sale to decide whether changes should be made to the Baltimore company's bond ratings, a source of concern that...
  • A welcoming waterfront community

    Known as the "Pride of the Gunpowder," the community of Oliver Beach in Chase is nestled in the far southeastern corner of Baltimore County. The residential waterfront neighborhood of about 500 homes boasts beautiful views of the Gunpowder River at the...
  • Match coupons with sales for bigger savings

    Match coupons with sales for bigger savings
    Coupons are no longer for the ultra-thrifty. Thanks to the recession, more consumers are using them to save a few bucks - or much more. Erin Huffstetler, who writes the consumer blog Frugal Living, saves 40 percent to 50 percent on her grocery bill...
  • Historic district in city rising fast

    Named for its two dominant old features, the Union Square-Hollins Market Historic District is known for the shady park across the street from H.L. Mencken's home as well as the oldest public market building in Baltimore that is still in use. These days,...
  • Insiders' guide to Hampden

    Named after John Hampden, a key figure in the English revolution of the 17th century, Hampden began as a cluster of houses for workers who manned the flour and cotton mills in the Jones Falls stream valley during the early 1800s. Today, the historic...
  • Ways to trim your bill at grocery store

    There's a lot of things you can cut out of your budget in cash-strapped times: cable, movies, nights out on the town. Other things you can't give up. After all, you're not going to stop eating just because there's a recession. But there are ways to trim...
  • Stores race to restock their shelves

    Santoni's Super Market, an independent grocery in East Baltimore, closed early for the first time in its 80-year history Saturday afternoon after a major delivery from its supplier didn't arrive and employees couldn't get through the snow to work. The...
  • Ross taps the thrill of the bargain hunt

    Mary Bullard has a sort of love-hate relationship with Ross Dress for Less. She doesn't like the stores because they have narrow aisles, long lines and "way too much stuff." But all that isn't enough to keep her away: The Corona, Calif., resident...
  • A boost for those in urban areas

    The mightiest retailer in the world, Wal-Mart, looked like the last, best hope for the vacant, long-troubled anchor spot at Crenshaw Plaza -- if only it would fit. Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and other big-box discounters favor the wide-open spaces of...
  • Paterakis uses dough to turn waterfront vision into reality

    Not bad, for a baker who got his start rolling dough in the basement of an East Baltimore rowhouse. On a recent afternoon, John Paterakis Sr. stood on the roof of a nine-story office tower he's building near Fells Point and inspected the army of more...
  • Lowe's settles lead paint complaints with EPA

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. Lowe's Cos. Inc. has agreed to pay a $500,000 fine and change its practices for renovating residential properties contaminated with lead paint, the Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday. The settlement stems from Lowe's use of...
  • Wal-Mart takes on money transfer companies with new service

    Wal-Mart takes on money transfer companies with new service
    (Reuters) - Wal-Mart Stores Inc is launching a money transfer service in a direct challenge to the dominance of Western Union Co. and MoneyGram, aiming to broaden the financial services it offers to low-income customers and increase store traffic. Wal-...