New tower puts big in Little Italy Harbor : Construction begins soon on a 13-story waterfront apartment tower that will dominate Little Italy and serve as an upscale residence for professionals.
Dr. Stephen K. Padussis, 72, surgeon, president of medical staff at St. Agnes
City's historic markets struggling 1 year after privatization, some vendors complain of lost customers, expenses
Real estate post important Henson appointment: Job is key in few checks and balances that exist at City Hall.
Everything gets noticed in Little Italy A sense of identity: The close-knit community, split over a wall and two boccie courts, has seen accusations, a lawsuit -- and questions about the neighborhood's future.
Super Bowl is a big kick at hunting lodge party
The great Manwich hunt Cabin Fever Quiz answers
Paterakis faces mammoth hurdle Development: Paterakis is accustomed to success, but he faces the political challenge of a lifetime as he tries to get a gambling casino for his Inner Harbor East project.
Newest gem of the Inner Harbor Inner Harbor East: Complex ends a dry spell of more than five years since the last office building was built on Baltimore's waterfront.
Gala events attract guests, raise funds for institute
For black caucus, 'time is right' Summit success: The Legislative Black Caucus emerged from a weekend conference with a firm show of unity.
Opera Ball sets stage for a $110,000 windfall
Friends get a whiff of McKeldin's scratch-and-sniff book
Downtown casinos? Don't bet on it Schmoke vows to kill any effort targeting Inner Harbor area
All that glitters. . . Is not gold: Net impact of an Inner Harbor casino could be highly destructive.
Business owners, lawmakers oppose downtown casino Damage to city's image, loss of customers feared
$250 million city casino proposed Roller coaster, hotel also planned for Inner Harbor
Can state avoid lure of casinos? Other proposals to aid poor areas may be too radical
Baking mogul's firms get millions in breaks City board votes incentives to build Harbor East project
3 Power Plant proposals, 3 bankrolls
1st District councilman Cain wins
Sylvan finalizes deal to move to the city
Great minds meet to celebrate revue
Plug is pulled on proposal for Power Plant
Peggy Davison wears many hats, one a halo
6 offers weighed in Housing Authority consolidation
Chinese artist's works seen, sold at fund-raiser
Sylvan close to deal to move downtown
Benefit for MS Society is championship reason
Schaefer gave friends 11th-hour appointments
Baltimore officials still harboring NFL dreams
Sale of Columbia office complex set
Will Baltimore land terminal? Schaefer wants Inner Harbor site for cruise ships
Developers helped fund campaigns
American Building is sold for $260,000 $3.25-A-FOOT BUYS A BARGAIN
A Valued GroupOurs is a white family...
Judges say delayed Civil Service move snarls juvenile booking reform, police
Bentley says donations top $1 million CAMPAIGN 1994 -- GOVERNORS RACE '94
Alex. Brown offered rights to Power Plant
Alex. Brown weighing offer of rights to Power Plant
A spectacular city view awaits
Women running for governor hold their own in fund raising
Political lights come out for tribute to Cas Taylor
Fund-raiser to focus on Taylor's future
Inner Harbor's Eastward Push
Inner Harbor springs forward
Breakfast with Cokie
Mikulski breaks the glass ceiling
A Knight to remember
Bentley carries the most weight, but will she win the title?