Baltimore Housing has launched a marketing campaign for a selected group of so called "eclectic" properties, in an effort to highlight the value hidden in the sea of roughly 1,000 vacants listed for sale.
Nearly one year after the collision of a waste truck and a CSX Transportation train not far from Pulaski Highway, business leaders in the surrounding industrial park say they are still sorting out the mess.
Operators of the Winters Run Golf Club near Bel Air are looking to sell a portion of their property that could include a house which local historical researchers say may date back to pre-Revolutionary times.
Susan Aplin worked behind the scenes for two decades helping run some of the biggest retail brands around– Williams Sonoma, Sports Authority, Staples, The Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy and Pottery Barn. But after traveling to Alaska's Prince William Sound, she found her true calling – retail with a cause and online retailer bambeco, seller of sustainable home furnishings, was born.
Norman J. Roppelt, a champion duckpin bowler and softball player who was a member of the Maryland Old Timers Softball Association's Hall of Fame, died Jan. 16 of pneumonia at Hilton Head Hospital in Hilton Head, S.C. The former longtime Rosedale resident was 97.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
The stock of Roland Park's Video Americain, possibly Baltimore's last video rental store, will be up for grabs next week, after negotiations for a single buyer to purchase the store's 35,000-unit inventory failed.
RealEstate Business Intelligence: Sales of homes in metro Baltimore jumped nearly 17 percent in August from a year earlier, with high demand pushing up the month's sales prices to the highest levels since 2008.
Two years after the Obama administration restarted a long-standing effort to rid itself of surplus federal buildings almost all of the excess property identified in Maryland remains in government hands, a Baltimore Sun review has found.
Since the Orioles started playing never-say-die comeback baseball the second half of last season, TV viewing has spiked. In 2011, O¿s telecasts on MASN ranked 18th in ratings among the teams in Major League Baseball. So far this season, they rank fifth, and have had an 86 percent jump in ratings since 2011.
Maryland firearms dealers rank number three in the nation for the number of guns lost or stolen from their inventories, putting us all at risk from weapons that fall into the wrong hands. A new state law should help.
Nearly 1,000 guns were reported lost or stolen from federally licensed gun dealers in Maryland last year, the third-highest number of any state in the country, according to a federal report released this week.
Parents of children who attend 15 Harford County public schools were warned by school officials Thursday night that their children may have eaten a pizza product that is subject to a voluntary recall because of possible E. coli bacteria contamination.
Paul Capriolo and the crew at Social Growth Technologies are looking forward to graduation, having spent years getting ready for the world outside this one-story beige building in Columbia. The Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship is not a school, but it does cultivate business and launch its charges onto bigger things.
This is the story of the real estate market in Greater Baltimore last year: a shrinking inventory is met with increasing demand and so prices rise, leading to a steadier market than the one that has wobbled along for the past few years.
Within UPS's Information Services Group in Timonium, a team of 80 mathematicians and engineers make projections for the shipping world of the future. The group designs the technology behind the routing and dispatching of packages handled by the brown delivery trucks during peak holiday season.
The number of homes sold in the Baltimore area in September was nearly 10 percent higher than a year ago — but down significantly from August, according to data released Tuesday by an affiliate of the region's multiple-listing service.