The Howard County Department of Public Works has a repair plan drafted to repair a portion of a historic wall off Main Street in the historic section of Ellicott City that collapsed after Tropical Storm Lee in September, 2011..
The Dulaney Sports Boosters are in the final stages of funding a stadium improvement project that includes a new entrance to the stadium, a new press box, and more bleachers for fans of the school's football, soccer, and lacrosse teams.
Citing inaccurate and outdated information in the Baltimore school system's sweeping 10-year facilities plan, the alumni association of Northwestern High School are suing the school system in an effort to halt the school's closure in 2016.
Crisfield, Md., is just now beginning to rebuild from the floods that accompanied Sandy — the worst experienced here in 80 years — but the Eastern Shore city faces big challenges as its leaders embark on the far more difficult task of preparing for future storms.
A survey released Thursday by the state Department of the Environment shows 452 children had dangerous levels of lead in their blood, down from more than 14,500 youngsters tested positive for the deadly substance in 1993. In 2010, 531 children tested positive for the same level of lead poison.
Clyde's of Columbia, located on the downtown lakefront since 1975, announced plans Tuesday for a $4 million renovation project that will close the popular eatery and its sister restaurant Tomato Palace for six to eight weeks beginning in January.
After a discussion and decision to renovate Longfellow Elementary while students are still in the building, rather than build a new school at the Faulkner Ridge Center, the Howard County Board of Education approved a $107 million capital budget request for fiscal year 2014.
The Maryland House on I-95 may be known more for its fast food and bevy of bathrooms than for fine artwork, but a historic mural portraying Maryland history has actually adorned the travel plaza since the 1960s.
So long as the community activists remain engaged in devising which school gets built when, there's a chance a more open, and fair, process will emerge from the wreckage of the one that was broken for the sake of some campaign considerations. Unfortunately, there's no guarantee.
The scaffolding that has masked the south portico of historic Homewood, the Georgian villa that was once home to Charles Carroll Jr., and now the centerpiece of the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus, since last fall, has been removed, revealing a dazzling restoration.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
Michele Wojciechowski will take to the same stage Saturday night, where she made her comic debut more than 26 years ago. It will be a benefit performance for her Alma Mater. She and Mickey Cucchiella, a well known 98 Rock personality, have put together "Wojo and Mickey: Heaven Help Us Night of Comedy."
The capital budget request for fiscal year 2014 totals $107 million for Howard County schools, but money remains tight, Superintendent Renee Foose and Deputy Superintendent of Operations Ray Brown reminded the Board of Education.
Youths detained at the Baltimore City Detention Center were moved over the weekend into a different building that has air conditioning, state officials confirmed. The move comes amid increasing concerns over conditions for juveniles charged as adults at the city jail.
Baltimore's public housing agency announced Monday it has paid $3.7 million to a former public housing resident who suffered lead-paint poisoning as a young child during the 1980s, but it does nothing to resolve the larger issue of unpaid judgments troubling the agency.
On Wednesday evening, Howard Hughes announced that Whole Foods Market had signed a lease to open a 45,000 square foot store inside the Rouse company building in downtown Columbia. On Thursday, the company welcomed the Austin-based grocer to Columbia with a ceremony inside the building's conference room overlooking Lake Kittamaqundi.
After being shuttered to the public for nearly two decades, a new day may be dawning for Baltimore's venerable Peale Museum, if the Peale Center for Baltimore History and Architecture's planned restoration of the building succeeds.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
Twenty years after opening its first large residence for students, the Maryland Institute College of Art plans to build a $16.5 million addition that will greatly increase the number of undergraduates living on campus
Some recruits might look at the growing pains of Maryland's football program as a negative. But Jalen Brooks, a 6-foot-3, 220-pound linebacker from North Gwinnett High in Suwanee, Ga., has always seen the Terps' struggles as an opportunity.
Baltimore Housing Commissioner Paul T. Graziano met last month with an influential state lawmaker to discuss more than $8 million in unpaid court-ordered judgments against the city¿s housing authority, which have resulted from lead-paint poisoning lawsuits brought by former public housing residents.
The nondenominational Journey Church Community has been planning to turn the site into the Ugly Mug, which organizers describe as a not-for-profit coffee/cafe/concert house for the community, especially young adults.