The makeover of the mills along the Jones Falls into a hub of trendy restaurants and residences has succeeded so well that parts of the area no longer qualify for the federal tax credit that helped finance some of the work.
The National Fair Housing Alliance alleges that Bank of America is hurting minority neighborhoods in Baltimore by providing better upkeep to its foreclosed properties if the home is located in a largely white neighborhood.
More donations have been received this week by the Empty Stocking as the Harford County based charity works toward its 2013 fundraising goals. The fund raising goal for 2013 is $80,000. As of Thursday, the fund has received $21, 740 in monetary donations.
Maryland had the fifth-highest rate of new foreclosure cases in the nation during the summer, the number increasing from the spring even as many other states improved, the Mortgage Bankers Association said Thursday.
President Kennedy accepted an invitation from Governor Tawes of Maryland and Governor Carvel of Delaware to attend the ceremony to open the Maryland Northeastern Expressway. A special opening day luncheon would be served at the new Maryland House restaurant on the Expressway near Aberdeen. From the luncheon, the dignitaries were expected to travel east to the Maryland-Delaware line, where President Kennedy would help officially open the roadway, arriving there from Washington via helicopter
When Osiris Therapeutics disclosed an agreement last week resolving concerns from federal regulators, the Columbia biotech firm pitched it as a win. Some news stories — and at least one Wall Street analyst team — described the U.S. Food and Drug Administration agreement entirely differently.
Even before local and federal agents raided Jade Heart Health in Towson and charged its operators with prostitution and human trafficking, what went on at the massage parlor at 1404 E. Joppa Road was hardly a secret.
The 1 million-square-foot distribution facility planned for Southeast Baltimore fits the profile of online retailer Amazon's rapidly expanding distribution network, according to shipping industry analysts.
In return for the promise to bring another 650 jobs to Baltimore, city leaders on Wednesday are poised to give financial services giant Morgan Stanley more time to meet the terms of a $3.25 million loan forgiveness program.
Harry L.W. "Tombstone" Hopkins, who alternately been an insurance salesman, banker, rural mail carrier, orphan's court judge, funeral home attendant and tombstone salesman, died Sunday of septic shock at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air. He was 87.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
Shares of Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. jumped more than 12 percent Tuesday after investment manager BeaconLight Capital LLC asked the Hampstead-based men's apparel chain to change direction by reorganizing its board and returning cash to shareholders through buybacks.
Robert L. Stocksdale, a real estate attorney who served several state commissions and committees on issues of mortgage financing, died a brain hemorrhage July 7 at Sinai Hospital. The Mays Chapel resident was 85.
Two student cadets of the Maryland Freestate ChalleNGe Academy took part in a multi-day job shadowing program with Freedom Federal Credit Union last month. Cadets Rachelle Munson and Alyssa Kendle were selected to take part in the four-day job shadowing experience
Marianne Ferguson, branch vice president with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Harford County, was recently named as the 2013 Realtor of the Year, announced by Simon Nwaigwe, president of the Harford County Association of Realtors
Hundreds of kids of all ages turned out in April to take advantage of Freedom Federal Credit Union's Youth Month celebration. Every April marks Youth Month at Freedom, where financial management and education are highlighted to children and young adults under the age of 25