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  • School enrollment continues to decline

    Harford County Public Schools continue to spend more to educate fewer students, according to enrollment figures for the current academic year recently posted on the school system website. Nearly 38,000 students were enrolled in the county's 55 public...
  • National TV audience of 10.9 million watched Ravens rout Bengals

    National TV audience of 10.9 million watched Ravens rout Bengals
    While the Baltimore Ravens' rout of the Cincinnati Bengals Monday was catnip for local fans, the national ratings news was not so good for ESPN and "Monday Night Football." Blowouts do not make for big ratings. The national overnight Nielsen rating for...
  • 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' recap, Kyle's store opening drama

    'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' recap, Kyle's store opening drama
    First, a disclaimer: I've been sleep-deprived since Saturday, so forgive me if I am not as adept on picking up on all of the shade this week. And with Kyle's store opening taking place in this episode, I'm sure there will be shade – in abundance....
  • Demand for Baltimore-area homes increased in first half of the year

    Demand for Baltimore-area homes increased in first half of the year
    Baltimore's home market shifted this year, but a spike in interest rates may unsettle the balance again. "Back in the beginning of January … all of the buyers thought they were still in the buyer's market. Then, in the beginning of February,...
  • As Catonsville skews younger, housing market heats up, schools overflow

    As Catonsville skews younger, housing market heats up, schools overflow
    For Catonsville residents, "Life is Great in 21228" is more than a slogan on a bumper sticker. It's the walkability from their homes to restaurants on Frederick Road, the Catonsville Library and area parks. It's the weekly free concerts in the...
  • Renovated garage gets couple in gear for move to Baltimore

    Renovated garage gets couple in gear for move to Baltimore
    "Have I ever got a house for you!" The call came a few months ago from Matt Knoepfle, co-owner with his brother, Mike Knoepfle, of the construction company Building Character LLC. That remark is always an invitation to be amazed at a challenging project...
  • Dream home: Finding favor in a friendly home

    Dream home: Finding favor in a friendly home
    Maura Iacoboni always admired her friend's home, a two-story Colonial-style structure in Timonium in Baltimore County. Little wonder, then, that when the home was put on the market earlier this year, she jumped on it. "It always looked happy to me; it...
  • June yet another month of improving Baltimore-area home sales

    June yet another month of improving Baltimore-area home sales
    Nearly 20 percent more Baltimore-area homes sold in June than in the same month a year ago, evidence that the housing market remained strong throughout the prime selling season. Last month, 3,068 homes sold in Baltimore and its five suburban counties....
  • When it comes to home improvement, simple upgrades can pay off

    When it comes to home improvement, simple upgrades can pay off
    Pop quiz: What's the home-improvement project that comes closest to paying for itself when you sell? Not a snazzy new kitchen or bathroom. A lowly steel front door. So says Remodeling magazine in its annual survey breaking down the cost benefits of...
  • Aberdeen's fire dept. wants new station, police want SWAT team

    Aberdeen's fire department wants to replace one of its fire stations and get new equipment, while the city's police department wants a "multijurisdictional SWAT team" that pools resources with Bel Air and Havre de Grace. Chuck Glassman, vice president...
  • Seawall sells its first rehabbed row house in Remington

    Seawall sells its first rehabbed row house in Remington
    An affordable-housing developer's ongoing efforts to keep teachers from leaving Baltimore reached a new milestone Sunday, Sept. 16, as Sean Flanigan, 36, proudly showed off a vacant, rundown row house in Remington. The now-gutted house will be fixed up...
  • Homeowners' tax credit deadline extended

    Homeowners' tax credit deadline extended
    The deadline to apply for a property tax credit that, on average, cuts more than $1,000 off a homeowner's tax bill, has been extended until the end of October. Maryland residents can apply for the Homeowners’ Property Tax Credit through October 31,...