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  • Market House to stage grand opening Sept. 7

    Market House to stage grand opening Sept. 7
    The Market House at City Dock in Annapolis, an iconic 18th century structure that has struggled to stay in business following Tropical Storm Isabel damage 10 years ago, will stage its grand reopening Sept. 7, city officials said Tuesday. The facility...
  • City to raze hundreds of vacant houses in stepped-up plan

    City to raze hundreds of vacant houses in stepped-up plan
    Boarded-up and falling down, hundreds of Baltimore's vacant and blighted rowhouses are scheduled for demolition in coming months in a stepped-up effort to rid the city of its most visible sign of decades of urban decay. Over the next 2 1/2 years, the...
  • First food, now fashion trucks take to the road

    First food, now fashion trucks take to the road
    Fresh from unveiling the new Hobo International accessories truck, Koren Ray is ready to take her fashion show on the road. In a couple of weeks, the owner of the Annapolis-based firm plans to cruise through the Mid-Atlantic to her most loyal retailers,...
  • 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...
  • New chapter for Annapolis' Market House

    New chapter for Annapolis' Market House
    It was midday in downtown Annapolis, the aromas of falafel, grilled hot dogs and Chincoteague oysters filled the air, and as A.J. Lipchak eyed the customers lined up at the brand-new lunch counters all around him, he seemed almost unable to believe his...
  • City breaks ground on Habitat for Humanity housing off York Road

    City breaks ground on Habitat for Humanity housing off York Road
    A sense of deja vu pervaded Baltimore City's "Vacants to Value" housing ceremony on McCabe Avenue on Tuesday. It was raining on Tuesday, Nov. 13 just like it was in May 2011 when the city with great fanfare demolished five vacant, uninhabitable row...
  • Large lot makes Reisterstown home stand out

    A Reisterstown home that sold in September for $1.25 million stood out because of its large, wooded lot. "Most of the properties in the area are on one acre or a portion of an acre," said Susan Hartman, the agent who sold the 10-year-old property....
  • City financing would enable Harbor Point developer to make $174 million

    City financing would enable Harbor Point developer to make $174 million
    The $1 billion Harbor Point development would reap a profit of $124 million for its investors without government financing to pay for its infrastructure, according to recently released city documents. That may seem like a huge payoff, but it's not...
  • First vendor opens in Annapolis Market House

    First vendor opens in Annapolis Market House
    The Annapolis Market House is open -- sort of. The first vendor in the downtown landmark, Amsterdam Falafelshop, planned a soft opening with a private guest list for Thursday night. After a few more private events, they hope to have the eatery open...
  • Baltimore home prices up slightly in August

    Baltimore home prices up slightly in August
    The sale price of homes in the Baltimore metro region during August were 1.2 percent higher than a year earlier, according to data released Tuesday by housing market analysis firm CoreLogic. Much of the upward pressure on prices was due to buyers...
  • Richard E. Hook III, businessman

    Richard E. Hook III, businessman
    Richard E. Hook III, a retired sales executive and real estate broker, died Sunday of heart failure at his summer residence in Sherwood Forest. He was 95. Richard Edwin Hook III was born in Baltimore and raised on North Calvert Street. He was a 1936...
  • More than 190,000 call on Freddie Mac to test homes for meth

    More than 190,000 call on Freddie Mac to test homes for meth
    Residents from every state — more than 195,000 people — have signed an online petition that demands Freddie Mac test the homes it is selling for methamphetamine contamination. The petition was started on the website Change.org by Jonathan...