Traffic alert: Street closings for Baltimore Marathon
Under Armour's growth worries some neighbors
The company announced this summer that it planned to double the size of its physical plant — news that upset some residents of the narrow, 1,800-home neighborhood
City primed for biggest Baltimore Running Festival yet
The city is primed for the biggest Baltimore Running Festival yet. The event has drawn 25,000 runners and features the biggest marathon purse in race history.
Two hundred expected for dinner, but where?
Baltimore is getting its own version of Paris' "Diner en Blanc," a flash-mob event in which thousands clad in white descend on a location, revealed shortly before it starts, for an elegant al fresco party.
Marathon to force many street closings in city
Under Armour gets preliminary OK for waterfront projects
Under Armour gets preliminary OK from city Planning Commission for waterfront projects.
Under Armour plans to double its headquarters
Under Armour is hoping to double the size of its Baltimore headquarters to add space for additional employees, a retail store and a company museum.
Expansion of Baltimore architectural firm fueled by focus on colleges
Baltimore architectural firm Ayers Saint Gross has grown from eight to 130 employees in the past 30 years, a rise synonymous with its decision to specialize in designing college campuses.
An Under Armour retail site at Tide Point? I'm guessing it will be awhile.
Baltimore's Central Park
Baltimore Grand Prix had better be worth the hassle
Baltimore's best places to watch the fireworks
Rethinking Baltimore's waterfront
Where are the food trucks today? Miss Shirley's debuts
Rider frustrated with performance of No. 1 bus
Under Armour opens new innovation center
Under Armour muscles up
Under Armour protects its house
Under Armour stays put
Advertising.com hiring in Baltimore
The orange and purple
A better Baltimore by bus
Rowing your boat not so merry
Under Armour logo on Federal Hill may be illegal
Baltimore, premise a little blurry in Fox's 'Past Life'
Credits that work
Upcoming editorial: Md. has a tax credit that creates jobs; why can't Annapolis extend it?
Advertising.com workers offered buyout by AOL
Circulator buses on the way downtown
Free commuter water taxi gaining riders
My list of offbeat Inner Harbor spots to watch the 4th of July fireworks
Advertising.com: Sticking around in Baltimore
Minotaur rocket launches ... finally
Tax credits for renovation
Maryland Institute College of Art
Senate suggests tax breaks for ALL homebuyers
Struever Bros. loans in default
AROUND THE REGION
I'm starting to feel sorry for Safeway
Child care in Baltimore City -- Tip Sheet Thursday
Harbor neighborhood suffers growing pains
Locust Point development scaled back
City and private donors step in, rescue Tide Point day care center
High-end grocer joining market
Under Armour plans for 'campus'
Locust Point group opposes Tide Point plan
Under Armour names chief operating officer
City panel to review Tide Point plan today
City renewal bid rejected
Searching for Day Care