Housing claims solicited
City Housing Authority working on a comeback
Audit faults housing authority's wait list
Flipping cases of city homes drop 77% since '99, report says
Carroll 101 teaches county civics
A private-public partnership lets elderly, disabled and low-income residents live in a county where the average rent exceeds their reach
County government to recognize dedicated employees
Tony DeFontes, 40, musician 'born with a bass in his hands'
Arson plot baffled law enforcers Burglar gave ATF, police break in case; 6 were convicted; 2 died in fires set for insurance
Howard housing reaches the roof Affordability lowest in tri-county area
Howard Co. housing among Maryland's least affordable Average cost of home $173,838, state's 3rd highest
Changing the look of the city
Housing for Laurel Park workers proposed Private, government funds would be used
Fair housing summit scheduled at Cross KeysThe...
Moving to Opportunity is a success, despite...
Making homeowners out of tenants County begins program for Section 8 renters
Fixing Section 8 Tough new rules: Crackdowns on bad landlords, tenants will improve public housing.
Grant to help needy area families find housing City gets $2.1 million to expand counseling
Neglectful landlords hit by penalties Baltimore County targets those with rent-subsidy tenants; 'A real wake-up call'; Public money cut off when units fail to meet standards
Public housing for the working poor Carroll County: Westminster ties employment to preferences for Section 8 shelter.
Housing aid, job could be tied Westminster weighs tougher restrictions for assistance; Council OKs proposal; Priority would go to the employed or to job trainees
Habitat's show-and-tell in Waverly opens eyes Community leaders see housing challenges in tour
Dole tax cut is no gimmickContrary to...
Baltimore's Linwood fights 'bad neighbors' Residents, city combat disruptive tenants
For tenants, a prospect unthinkable
The absurdities of Section 8
Trying to avoid disaster
Apartment residents resist relocation County revises plans for Tidewater Village
P is for Paul and Poverty
Neighbors unite against housing project Frankford residents fear return of crime if developer prevails
Harford Road's revival Hope: Residents bordering this deteriorating business corridor have united to help bring about a rebirth. Already, they and the city have helped lure a Safeway.
Dundalk gave DeJuliis roots for survival
Social engineering and the suburbsI applaud Andrew...
NAACP embraces religious tone Gospel: Religion underscores the civil rights organization as it deals with challenges of the 1990s. "The black experience is housed in the black church," declares the Rev. J. R. Williams of Annapolis.
New houses not for poor, residents told Public housing rumor dispelled
Housing plan to be topic of meeting
Villa Nova is victim of liberal's zeal
Housing plan angers community Linthicum residents fear homes are slated for poor families; ACLU response: 'Hysteria'; Association leaders urge neighbors not to jump to conclusions
Critics claim shelter rules are too strict Few of the homeless who need housing aid can qualify, they say; 'You have to be humane'; Agency in charge emphasizes spending funds for local people @
Hardly corporate thinking at its best
Unclear words on relocation of poor
Dole vouches for vouchers Public housing: Dole, Clinton on same track, while Rep. Ehrlich's left at the station.
Balto. Co. police officer's dog always gets his man
Couple tapes collapse of neighborhood
Two wonders of the world -- one worked
120,000 units open to poor from projects Available apartments mostly are far away from current homes; Sun studied census data; 1,342 black families scheduled to move as part of suit settlement
Baltimore County says it won better deal in housing bias suit Court intervention could have cost millions
City to get $300 million for housing Federal funds set to replace high-rises, relocate poor families; Desegregation settlement; Some residents to get subsidies to rent or buy in middle-class suburbs