Manuel M. Nicolaides, an attorney who sat for many years on the Baltimore County property tax appeals board, died of congestive heart failure Monday at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Timonium resident was 92.
Anderson Automotive's Bruce Mortimer, who pulled the plug on the sale of the 25th Street Station land in Remington to developer Rick Walker, now says he has a new buyer for the 11-acre site. Meanwhile, his lawsuit is still pending against Walker.
A proposed buyout of Smith Island homeowners to help them escape future damage from tropical storms and rising waters has been dropped amid vocal resistance from residents of the low-lying community in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay.
The Harford Ballet Company, resident company of the Dance Conservatory of Maryland, is headlining its spring production with "Beauty and the Beast." Featuring local Harford County students, the performances will take place June 8 at 6 p.m. and June 9 at 1 p.m. at Bel Air High School.
With Smith island slowly shrinking and sinking into the bay, the state is considering using $2 million of the federal storm recovery aid to buy out islanders who want to sell their homes and move to the mainland.
Why haven't thoroughbreds gotten faster over time? Unlike humans, who regularly set new world records in track and swimming, today's best racehorses often post slower winning times than their predecessors from 30 and 40 years ago.
The Port of Baltimore's sales plan, built several years ago, targets autos, containers, farm and construction equipment, forest products and passenger cruises. The sales brochure consists of the port itself: its location in the middle of a pocket of prosperity, its efficient workforce and tranquil labor relations, its sense of maritime community built over generations.
H&S Properties Development Corp. is planning a possible department store, an expanded Whole Foods Market and apartments for two sites that would bring its Harbor East development eastward across Central Avenue, baker-turned-developer John Paterakis said.
Reinvestment and redevelopment of the distressed Park Heights neighborhood will continue under a funding agreement Baltimore's financial oversight panel approved Wednesday with the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation.
If you are a mom or a grandmother, you hopefully will celebrate Sunday surrounded by loved ones. Mother's Day is the single most popular day to dine out – how about a Havre de Grace restaurant – or make long distance telephone calls. It is the third most popular holiday to send greeting cards
Relay Foods is one of several grocery delivery services operating in the Baltimore area, each with a different niche. Giant-affiliated Peapod home-delivers some 12,000 items that can be found in Giant stores to nearly 400,000 customers. Hometown Harvest, based in Frederick, delivers locally grown produce and is adding meats, dairy products and even salmon.
Ticket sales for the 2013 Preakness are up 10 percent compared to a year ago, suggesting this year's race could see attendance rise for the fourth straight year and top the record of 121,309 set in 2012.
By By Carrie Wells and Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun
Gary Nelson, of Edgewood RE/MAX Components, and Craig Strobel, of Joppa, of Exit Preferred Realty, both with the Harford County Association of Realtors were two of 18 graduates from the Maryland Association of Realtors 13th annual Leadership Academy honored at ceremonies in Annapolis.
People fled in panic when British troops invaded Havre de Grace 200 years ago, as rockets rained down on the city and soldiers and Marines stormed through the streets, ransacking and burning homes, businesses and houses of worship.