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The operators of Cook Volkswagen in Fallston are looking to expand the vehicle storage lot for their Route 1 (Belair Road) dealership, but the property developer must resolve outstanding issues with state and federal agencies and work out an agreement...
What may one day lay claim to being one of the longest running bridge replacement projects in the annals of the Harford County Department of Public Works had yet another design change order approved last week by the county Board of Estimates. For more...
Baltimore Sun reporterPaul Frederick Obrecht, a well-known Baltimore warehouse developer whose various projects included Moravia Industrial Park, died Nov. 3 from complications of a stroke at his Lutherville home. He was 82. Mr. Obrecht, who went by P. Frederick Obrecht...
Sun ReporterPlans presumed dead for a Canton waterfront high-rise are very much alive. Despite intense community opposition and a vow in August by the councilman representing Canton not to support the project, Baltimore's planning director said this week that people...
Sun ReporterFirst, they expelled Duke from One-Eyed Mike's. Then, the city pulled rank at Captain Larry's, turning the dog-friendly establishment --- and home of the top fund-raising "pack" at last months SPCA March for Animals --- into a dog-free one. Now, the...
When Steve Jobs said at the Macworld New York show in July that the formerly free iTools Internet service would be upgraded, renamed .Mac and would cost $99.95 a year, my first thought was, "No, thanks." Apple Computer Inc. introduced iTools in January...
Sun StaffAs new, more sensitive testing began yesterday for the source of a gasoline additive that has contaminated at least 127 Fallston area wells, state environmental officials are weighing new regulations to prevent previously undetected vapor leaks of...
Sun StaffA potentially cancer-causing chemical has cropped up intermittently for 13 years in the ground water around an Exxon service station in Harford County, which this month became the epicenter of one of the largest private well-contamination problems ever...
Sun StaffLeaks of gasoline vapors from supposedly leak-free underground storage tanks - as Maryland regulators suspect occurred near Fallston recently - threaten to undermine the gains of a 20-year national effort to safeguard drinking-water supplies, according to...
Sun StaffAs many as 17 potential fuel vapor leaks have been found at an Exxon service station that state officials believe is a prime suspect in contaminating at least 127 Fallston-area wells with a noxious gasoline additive. Spokespeople for the Maryland...
Sun StaffGov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. proposed regulations yesterday aimed at preventing residential drinking water from being contaminated by potentially cancer-causing gasoline additives that leak from pipes beneath service stations. Harford County residents have...
After converting its free iTools Internet-based set of services into the $100-per-year .Mac a little more than a year ago, Apple Computer Inc. offered users an assortment of carrots to lure them into signing up. Besides cutting the first-year price in...
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