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  • Sephora to open Harford warehouse

    Sephora to open Harford warehouse
    Makeup giant Sephora Americas plans to open a massive, tailor-made warehouse in Harford County to serve as the distribution hub for its East Coast customers, adding 200 full-time jobs to support its growth, an attorney for the company said. Sephora,...
  • City to offer $5,000 to prospective home buyers

    City to offer $5,000 to prospective home buyers
    Baltimore officials hope prospective homebuyers can be enticed with three words: Cold, hard cash. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake plans to increase incentives for people who buy homes in Baltimore. Municipal employees will be eligible for a $5,000 loan,...
  • Target seeks Harford County approval to subdivide Constant Friendship site

    Target seeks Harford County approval to subdivide Constant Friendship site
    Developers are planning greater commercial and residential building in the Constant Friendship Business Park in Abingdon, and are seeking the community's input as they proceed with their projects. Two Community Input Meetings are scheduled this month...
  • Havre de Grace passes $14.8 million budget

    Calling it a milestone in decreased spending, Havre de Grace's city council members approved the proposed $14.8 million budget for fiscal year that begins July 1 on Monday. The budget is balanced based on property tax rate that has been reduced by 2...
  • 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,...
  • Joppatowne residents seek options for saving pool

    Joppatowne residents seek options for saving pool
    About 75 to 100 concerned residents of Joppatowne and their supporters crowded under the pavilion at Mariner Point Park Wednesday to learn more about what could be done to save the community pool at Mariner Point Swim Club. "If we pulled off the trash...
  • 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...
  • No longer vacant, Baltimore home is where couple's heart is

    No longer vacant, Baltimore home is where couple's heart is
    Jamila Ward and Lionel Jennings had been house hunting on and off for two years when their agent pointed the couple in a new direction: a formerly condemned property in a revitalized area of Baltimore. Some city neighborhoods, just years ago marked by...
  • Owners wax poetic about their home

    Owners wax poetic about their home
    In addition to being known for a variety of architectural designs, many of the homes in Baltimore's Guilford neighborhood are often referred to by the names of their former residents of note. Within the space of a few acres, the community includes the...
  • Urban farmers win right to buy city lots near community garden in Hampden

    Urban farmers win right to buy city lots near community garden in Hampden
    Baltimore City has awarded "an exclusive negotiating privilege" to an urban farming collective to buy two vacant, city-owned lots near a community garden in Hampden. The collective, Baltimore Free Farm, is trying to buy the lots to prevent their...
  • Convenience store competition heats up

    Convenience store competition heats up
    Call it the battle of fried chicken versus made-to-order hoagies, both served with a side of gasoline. Competition among convenience store chains in the Baltimore area has heated up as retailers vie to win over consumers by redefining and expanding...
  • Dogs, guns and pies: All part of the job

    Melvin G. "Mel" Trimble Sr., a colorful and loquacious character I got to know some years ago, had one of the more interesting and necessary jobs with the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and with its successor company, Chessie System. It relied upon his...