Raymond J. Piechocki, a retired architect who specialized in institutional, governmental and franchise retailing and was the founder of Piechocki Consultants, died Feb. 23 from a cerebral hemorrhage at Sarasota Memorial Hospital in Sarasota, Fla. He was 78.
Johns Hopkins University now plans to make over a 1930s-era hospital building on the edge of its Homewood campus that was originally established by Congress to care for sick and disabled seamen for academic purposes.
In 2015 the former Uniontown Bank in Westminster was at risk for demolition. But after almost four years, it has been transformed into a single-family home that marries history with the present, and can be viewed at an open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27.
Eugene F. Baldwin, a retired Baltimore City public schools English teacher who later worked as an editor, died Nov. 12 from an aneurysm at Holy Family at Merrimack Valley Hospital in Haverhill, Mass. The former longtime Catonsville resident was 74.
Graham Paul Banks, an officer in a decorative plastering company that restored the Hippodrome Theatre and numerous other landmarks, died of cardiogenic shock Nov. 15 at Howard County General Hospital. The Ellicott City resident was 66.
Downtown projects Towson Row and Towson Station each took a step forward in the development process Wednesday night when Baltimore County’s Design Review Panel approved each project under the condition that each developer address its concerns.
Shifts in population and religious affiliations have left many Baltimore-area churches bereft of congregants. But a congregation’s loss can be a homeowner’s gain as churches get redeveloped into housing stock.
The City of Westminster’s Mayor and Common Council met Monday, July 23 to address the Mid-Atlantic Gigabit Innovation Collaboratory, vote on the purchase of police vehicles and a bid to pave city streets and to review blueprints for the new city offices.
City and state economic development leaders have concluded that a plan to build a replacement for Royal Farms Arena on the site of the Baltimore Convention Center is too ambitious and complicated to be realistic.
Towson High advocate group "New in '22" met with county officials in March to discuss the process for taking the school off the historic landmark list, making it easier to renovate and expand the building.
City leaders are considering designating two new historic districts in West Baltimore they say could accelerate revitalization of an area that, while once a bustling shopping district, has been largely vacant for years.
Quinn Evans Architects, an award-winning architectural and planning practice, has announced that Ann Goodwin, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, and Gabrielle Rashleigh have joined Cho Benn Holback, a Quinn Evans Company. Quinn Evans Architects acquired Cho Benn Holback + Associates, located on N. Charles Street in downtown Baltimore, in May. Ann Goodwin, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, is an architect with a diverse portfolio of mixed-use, residential, office, and educational projects. She earned her master of architecture (2008) and bachelor of science in architectural studies (2007) from Louisiana Tech University. She is a member of the American Institute of Architects and the ...
Howard Comunity College president Kathleen Hetherington led the celebration on Aug. 21 alongside state and local officials, including Maryland Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, state Sen. Gail Bates and Howard County Council members Jon Weinstein and Calvin Ball.