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A Reisterstown man was charged with two counts of second-degree assault Saturday, Aug. 27 after allegedly attacking a woman and a man in Winfield.
AntKorryn Gaines lived and died on social media. The many photos and videos that the Randallstown woman posted on Instagram and Facebook show a confident, happy young woman bursting with pride in her young children, her family and her sense of fashion.A police officer kicked in the door and entered the Randallstown apartment of Korryn Gaines after getting a key from her landlord, according to court documents released Wednesday.A West Baltimore teenager died Monday after being shot multiple times on a street corner less than two miles from his old high school, where counselors again prepared to provide grief counseling to students.Maryland regulators are still having trouble keeping tabs on how many rental housing units have hazardous lead paint, state auditors have found, even as the number of homes and apartments they must oversee to protect children from lead poisoning expands dramatically.A Pennsylvania-based firm and its multinational joint venture partner paid $77.25 million in December for a nearly 800-unit apartment complex in Reisterstown, expanding their already sizable Maryland holdings.Havre de Grace residents, many of them from the Bulle Rock community, filled every seat in the City Council chambers in order to say their piece Monday about a proposed city ordinance that, if approved, would reduce water and sewer connection fees for the developers of the neighboring Greenway Farm apartment community.I've done the Baltimore apartment search twice in the little over a year I've been here. By no means does this make me an expert. But I do feel that I've gained a little insight since I came in blind to this new city with a short window of time to find a place to live.Harford Family House, marking 25 years since it was founded, remains the only transitional housing in Harford County that ¿can accommodate a family with a dad,¿ says Joyce Duffy, executive director and CEO.Phialdelphia-based Delancey Street Capital said Tuesday it bought the Sail Cloth Factory apartments near the University of Maryland for $12.9 million last month, the firm's fourth acquisition in the area.As successes mount in the Station North neighborhood, community leaders are setting their sights on another long-promised part of the neighborhood's renaissance — market-rate apartments.The Howard County Housing Commission plans to purchase a 200-unit mixed-income residential apartment complex in Columbia's village of Kings Contrivance, according to the commission's top official.An analysis by the Urban Institute found a yawning gap between the number of low-income renter households and affordable units available in every jurisdiction in the country.In the face of the federal claim that homelessness has been receding since 2010, The U.S. Conference of Mayors reports that most cities are experiencing surges of homelessness. It's perhaps unsurprising, given a recent announcement by the chief federal housing official that our nation faces the most severe affordable rental housing crisis in our history.Analysts expect a solid housing market in 2014, in the Baltimore area and nationally, after a year in which the battered housing market got on firmer footing.When the North Avenue Gateway apartments opened formally last month on a corner of the city infamous for drugs, vacant homes and the 1991 slaying of a 6-year-old girl, so many people wanted to live there, property managers had to turn them away.A Delaware beach resort that was the scene last June of a teenage party visited by Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler issued a statement Monday criticizing parents who rent homes there for senior week celebrations.Hopkins plans to anchor mixed-use complex at 3200 St. Paul St., in Charles Village with a pharmacy, not a grocery, as many resident feared and protested earlier this year.According to Howard Hughes Senior Vice President John DeWolf, the uses will likely be divided between a number of buildings that could be a maximum of 15 stories tall. DeWolf said Howard Hughes plans to build 500,000 square feet of office space, the hotel and conference center, which is planned to house a 15,000 square foot ballroom, at the corner of Little Patuxent and Broken Land in what is called "Area 1."A self-described "tough old broad" with a commanding presence exceeding her 5-foot-1 frame, Carolyn Jacobi has traveled the country in response to reports of neglected burial grounds and fraudulent business practices.A former Edgewood woman is charged with more than 40 counts of prescription fraud after allegedly using another woman's identity and posing as a doctor to get her prescriptions, according to a statement of charges.I would like to give praise and thanks to the Laurel spay-neuter-release program, the staff at Spay Now Animal Surgery and to a few great neighbors for helping and saving ferals.The commission is finalizing this month a contract to acquire Verona Apartments, a 251-unit complex located off Whiteacre Road, for $39.5 million, according to Tom Carbo, the county's director of Housing and Community Services. Carbo said one of the reasons the commission purchased the complex was to generate revenue for the commission, whose funding from the federal government is waning.Four days after the Hereford Library celebrated its 25th anniversary, a birthday gift from Baltimore County arrived in the form of a long-anticipated announcement from 3rd District County Councilman Todd Huff that the county has a signed contract to purchase the building that houses the only rented facility among the county's 19 libraries.Chronic mistakes in Baltimore's tax bills commanded attention at City Hall Monday as the mayor said her administration is fixing the problems and the comptroller ordered an audit nonetheless.The federal government intertwines with Maryland businesses in many ways, which leaves many ways for Maryland businesses to feel the pinch when large pieces of D.C. machinery come to a sudden halt.