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  • Smith Islanders debate buyout offered by state

    Smith Islanders debate buyout offered by state
    Superstorm Sandy barely laid a glove on Smith Island last fall, to hear residents tell it. Though storm-driven flooding damaged hundreds of homes in Crisfield and the rest of Somerset County, only a couple islanders got any water in their homes from the...
  • 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...
  • Councilman supports Havre de Grace purchase of waterfront property for park [letter]

    Editor: When I ran for City Council last year, one of the primary questions I was asked time and time again was "What are you going to do to protect the Havre de Grace Waterfront?" Not long after being selected to serve on the Havre de Grace City Council...
  • Baltimore community groups sue owner of blighted properties

    Baltimore community groups sue owner of blighted properties
    Six Baltimore community groups filed an $8 million lawsuit Tuesday against a Texas man whose companies own dozens of properties in the city, alleging that he failed to improve rundown homes after purchasing them at tax sales and allowed them to become a...
  • 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...
  • Thinking small: Compact, cheaper living in 'tiny houses'

    Thinking small: Compact, cheaper living in 'tiny houses'
    Greg Cantori plans to downsize when he retires. Really, really downsize. His retirement home is 238 square feet — one-tenth the size of the average new American house — and sits in his Anne Arundel County yard. He and wife Renee can hitch it...
  • Rehab 'model' homes are emerging in Baltimore

    Rehab 'model' homes are emerging in Baltimore
    There's a brick home in Highlandtown, on a prominent corner of Eastern Avenue, that has become a contradiction. Parts of it are more than 100 years old — varying shades of brick and mortar show where additions have been hewn to the primary...
  • Excellence on every level in Colonial Players' 'Taking Steps'

    Excellence on every level in Colonial Players' 'Taking Steps'
    Colonial Players' 64th season has been a banquet of stimulating plays, and the season closes this month with a delightful dessert in British playwright Alan Ayckbourn's 1979 farce "Taking Steps." The show is indeed a comic confection, and seems to...
  • New, returning vendors poised to reopen Annapolis Market House

    New, returning vendors poised to reopen Annapolis Market House
    A decade since the 2003 tropical storm that began its fiscal and operational woes, Market House in downtown Annapolis is expected to reopen in the coming weeks with a lineup of vendors selling falafel, gelato, sandwiches and crab cakes from the historic...
  • Black Friday gets a jump start on Thanksgiving night in Towson

    Black Friday gets a jump start on Thanksgiving night in Towson
    The streets were quiet Thanksgiving evening. An empty bus rolled up North Charles Street, toward Towson, a town mostly rolled up for the holiday. But outside Target in the Towson Marketplace shopping center, a long line of was forming at 7 p.m. —...
  • Baltimore-area home prices rise in May

    Baltimore-area home prices rise in May
    After a flat April, the median home sales price in metro Baltimore increased in May from a year earlier, according to data released Monday by the region's multiple-listing service. The median price for a home sold last month in greater Baltimore was...