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Baltimore County marked the start of work Thursday on a long-delayed library and community college facility in Owings Mills — construction designed to jump-start a billion-dollar project that includes homes, stores and offices. Promoted as an...
If you have a college student in the family — or an interest in presidential politics — by now you've probably heard that the interest rates on Stafford student loans are set to double on July 1 unless Congress takes action. President Barack...
What's the best way to fill an open space with smiles for a summer night? Fit in a big, bright movie screen, and hundreds are sure to follow. Every summer, in every corner of Baltimore, the light of the silvery moon turns outdoor silver screens into...
Baltimore is a city full of potential to Nancy Welsh, the founder of the rapidly expanding North Carolina nonprofit Builders of Hope Inc. The nonprofit recently announced plans to rehabilitate 500 vacant homes near Johns Hopkins Hospital. Baltimore was a...
The Baltimore region saw a double-digit jump in average home sale prices in April, the most in six years — but the gain was driven by a shrinking supply of cheap foreclosures rather than a resurgence in value. Just one in 10 homes sold in the...
A 78-year-old Annapolis man who said he was duped into getting unsuitable mortgages — sending the home he had owned for decades into foreclosure — was awarded $342,000 by an Anne Arundel County jury this week. The jury found that Dennis...
Ryan Homes Introduces Baltimore City's Lowest-Priced New Townhomes and Condominiums at Wyndholme WoodsADVERTORIAL CONTENT The allure of city living continues to draw interested homebuyers to downtown Baltimore. With its historic landmarks and social centers like the Inner Harbor, it’s no wonder so many are looking to call downtown Baltimore...
Tags: Condos, Energy Saving
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...
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 —...
Howard County public school officials are calling for a comprehensive redistricting of elementary schools, saying a "cascade of movement" is needed to deal with an unanticipated trend of overcrowded schools in the east but undercrowded schools in the...
Tags: Students, Elementary Schools, PTA, Ellicott City, Ken Ulman
A homeowner should not pay more in property taxes than his two neighbors put together for their nearly identical homes. But that's exactly what Sun reporters Scott Calvert and Jamie Smith Hopkins found in a comprehensive and unprecedented review of...
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