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  • Small Columbia project could make big waves, opponents say

    On paper, the plan for a car maintenance shop and a few stores on Snowden River Parkway in Columbia hardly seems worth fighting about. The business people opposing it, however, see it as an illegal first step toward drastic changes for the worse along...
  • Shopping center developer accuses site owner of conspiring against him

    Shopping center developer accuses site owner of conspiring against him
    The jilted developer of a planned shopping center in Remington claims in newly filed court documents that the property owner "contrived a plan" to terminate the sale of the 11-acre site and sell it to another developer instead. Developer Rick Walker...
  • Council approves amended zoning for Normandy

    Council approves amended zoning for Normandy
    The Howard County Council Monday unanimously voted to approve a zoning amendment ushering forward the redevelopment of the Normandy Shopping Center in Ellicott City. The Council also voted at its monthly legislative session to approve changes to the...
  • Opposition to Howard County Islamic center strong at meeting

    Residents of western Howard County said Tuesday they are concerned about traffic and septic problems that could result from plans by the Dar-us-Salaam Muslim community to develop the former Woodmont Academy property into an Islamic community center....
  • Cyber Monday sting hits counterfeit sports apparel sites

    Cyber Monday sting hits counterfeit sports apparel sites
    Federal agents in Baltimore seized 36 commercial websites on Monday as part of an international operation to stop fraudulent online sales this holiday season, alleging that the sites have been selling counterfeit goods — including athletic gear...
  • Residents, officials have hope for Westport waterfront despite foreclosure

    Residents, officials have hope for Westport waterfront despite foreclosure
    News that Citigroup is foreclosing on developer Patrick Turner's Westport Waterfront property did not alarm Keisha Allen, the leader of the Westport Neighborhood Association. "To the average person, it looks like everything in Westport is tied up with...
  • Laurel City Council passes foreclosed home tax break

    The Laurel City Council unanimously approved an ordinance at its meeting Nov. 26 that offers residents who purchase foreclosed homes within the city limits a five-year property tax credit. The tax credit, which goes into affect immediately, is only...
  • Ashkenazy, future owner of Harborplace, cuts bad investments loose

    Ashkenazy, future owner of Harborplace, cuts bad investments loose
    Baltimore's political and business leaders praised the New York-based real estate investment firm purchasing Harborplace as a potential savior for the Inner Harbor mall that has struggled to find the right mix of tenants to appeal to both tourists and...
  • McCabe Avenue housing rehab project gets big financial lift

    McCabe Avenue housing rehab project gets big financial lift
    The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation has awarded Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake a $1 million grant to rehab more than 50 dilapidated row houses in three struggling neighborhoods of Baltimore City, including Woodbourne McCabe, where 21...
  • Seasonal slowing seen in Baltimore housing market

    Seasonal slowing seen in Baltimore housing market
    In spite of a slight seasonal drop off in the number of home sales last month, the median price for a Baltimore-area home sold during October was more than $10,000 higher than in the same month last year, according to data released Monday by an...
  • 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...
  • 50 years ago: Fishing gear stolen from cabins; body found along HdG railroad tracks

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, February 14, 1963: Two summer cabins were broken into by burglars in the Lapidum area. A large quantity of fishing gear was stolen from both of them. Rods, reels and other fishing equipment, valued at...