Agency paid staff bonuses despite debt Baltimore Housing Partnerships added $300 to $10,000 to pay; 'All depended on the year'; Former top provider of affordable housing struggling to survive
6 firms vie to guard housing 1 run by mayor's aides raises questions of ethical conflict; 2 others linked to NOI; Multimillion-dollar job of providing security at high-rises at stake
Chase's Wharf's future may hinge on city deal Warehouse owner wants to trade it for parcels
A model for the future of public housing Murphy Homes: Taking a cue from the private sector, the Housing Authority of Baltimore City has set up a furnished model to show prospective tenants.
Empower Baltimore wins grant for 'bank' $1.5 million is to help nonprofit company create loan agency
Rebirth of Lafayette Courts Design: Architects have drawn up award-winning plans for the 374-unit community featuring rowhouses that look just like others in Baltimoreans.
Marion Doris Gutman, 92, city housing workerMarion...
Only grief is home at rowhouse shrine Tribute: With a makeshift memorial, mourners express their sorrow over three deaths in an East Baltimore fire. A man has been charged with arson, but that hasn't eased the pain.
Betty Jo Cashier, 66, social worker for...
Sidewalk signs trip over city regulations Controversy: Local merchants lure customers with sidewalk advertisements even though the signs have been banned in Baltimore since 1965. Preservationists want the ban enforced.
Developer's difficulties delay Marie's Landing Project hit by snags and loan defaults
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation has...
New Lafayette Courts honored Prize: The 374-unit development that will replace the demolished public housing project is one of five urban designs nationwide recognized by the American Institute of Architects.
Grandmother granted stay of housing eviction order Authority puts woman on probation for year
New inspectors cannot own rental units Those on payroll can't acquire new properties
In public housing, one strike and you're out on street Some residents, critics say city going too far in bid to reduce crime
Harried Pigtown soothed by mural Art: Grateful residents say a three-story, peaceful river scene gives them a respite from the daily grind. The painting is part of a city mural program.
Grants given to aid buyers First Union National provides $100,000 for low-interest loans; Part of $40 million alliance; Moderate-income families targeted in program
Grant to help needy area families find housing City gets $2.1 million to expand counseling
Choral Arts to perform new 'Requiem' edition Music: Opening of society's 31st season will feature commentary by notable Mozart scholar.
Cockey is named Maryland Realtor of the...
City awarded $22.5 million for Hollander Ridge HUD money to go toward redevelopment project
Programs help landlords comply with lead law
Programs help landlords comply with lead law '
Area's FBI division leader leaving for Los Angeles Local law enforcers praise his cooperation with other agencies
No-bid no good Howard County: Safeguard is needed to guard against cozy government-business ties.
Policy on city housing tightened Criminals to be barred as tenants; privatized management planned
Methodist Church to give $50,000 to aid rebuilding in city's Sandtown area New bishop makes pledge to city, partnership
2 women flee house after being chained Police were searching for man in abductions, sex assaults, beatings; Echoes of 1960s case; Man with same name convicted in Nev. in similar torture, rape
Edward Homer Jahnigen, 81, Bethlehem Steel supervisorEdward...
OWINGS MILLS -- Authorities have ruled that...
Baltimore's Linwood fights 'bad neighbors' Residents, city combat disruptive tenants
Plans to fence in Hollander Ridge killed HUD officials refuse to help city, county pay for the project
A new business for City Hall
For tourism, a lost colony Landmark: St. Mary's City offers a trove of historical lore, but remains an attraction with disappointing numbers of visitors.
Baltimore police lean on 'metal men' to ensure junk transactions are clean Collectors need $5 permit; dealers must record buys
Schmoke needs new chief of staff Business ties: Personnel changes needed to repair schism that worsens City Hall problems.
The need for a strong special master Public housing: Confusion over Lexington Terrace underscores need for outside arbiter.
Housing plan exclusion stirs concern Dropping residents of middle incomes disturbs HUD officials; News conference today; $22.7 million grant awarded to redevelop dilapidated projects
New loans attract many applicants $43 million set aside to help communities in older suburbs; 'Overwhelming' response; 41 businesses apply for money in program for Baltimore County
Body found in carpet 2 men arrested; Suspects were trying to dump victim into trash bin, police say
Grant sought to replace abandoned homes
Schmoke plans to apply for grant from HUD Funding potentially worth $10 million
Ask for a chance to play cops and killers on TV
Man ambushes wife as she walks to hearing on abuse She sought court help after his death threat
Housing plan angers community Linthicum residents fear homes are slated for poor families; ACLU response: 'Hysteria'; Association leaders urge neighbors not to jump to conclusions
Health-Housing Fair will address lead paintA Housing...
The spirit of Camden Yards? Stadium: The preliminary design for a $200 million downtown home for the Ravens has disappointed some observers.
Landmark gets another shot Building: One of Baltimore's oldest remaining industrial structures, the building next to the Shot Tower, has a new tenant.