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Controversial Key Highway office building to move ahead, opening in 2021
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Controversial Key Highway office building to move ahead, opening in 2021

A controversial Key Highway office building is moving ahead after the developer talked with neighbors. An office building planned on Key Highway...

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Committee recommends creating organization to revitalize economy of flood-prone Ellicott City
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Committee recommends creating organization to revitalize economy of flood-prone Ellicott City

A committee is recommending Howard County create a community development organization to promote commerce and economics in historic Ellicott City....

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Jane Dembner, Columbia Association planner and executive, dies
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Jane Dembner, Columbia Association planner and executive, dies

Jane L. Dembner was enthusiastic about bicycling, and she and her husband traveled long distances. Jane L. Dembner, the Columbia Association's...

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Former Daily Record building in downtown Baltimore sold for nearly $2.3 million
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Former Daily Record building in downtown Baltimore sold for nearly $2.3 million

Don't miss: 48 hour flash sale on Brews & O's tickets. Use code "BREWS15" for $15 off your ticket. The former Daily Record newspaper building in...

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Baltimore leaders meet Harborplace receivership with disappointment but hope for better future
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Baltimore leaders meet Harborplace receivership with disappointment but hope for better future

Harborplace, which has struggled with vacancies and management problems, has been put into receivership, paving the way for a possible sale. City...

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'It feeds my soul': Community of women-owned, first-generation farms growing in Baltimore County
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'It feeds my soul': Community of women-owned, first-generation farms growing in Baltimore County

Join the Orioles at Brews & O's on June 10th! Don't miss your chance and get tickets today. Emma Jagoz, founder of Moon Valley Farm, was not born...

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Baltimore Circuit Court judge takes Harborplace away from Ashkenazy, orders it into receivership
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Baltimore Circuit Court judge takes Harborplace away from Ashkenazy, orders it into receivership

Harborplace, the Inner Harbor retail attraction that decades ago spurred tourism in downtown Baltimore but recently has struggled with vacancies...

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Baltimore property market shows signs of movement after manual workaround put in place amid ransomware attack
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Baltimore property market shows signs of movement after manual workaround put in place amid ransomware attack

Don't miss Trey Mancini and Joey Rickard guest bartend at the first Brews & O's event June 10th. Get your tickets today! The city of Baltimore has...

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Jacques Kelly: The nine lives of Baltimore's CopyCat building in Greenmount West, from industry to arts
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Jacques Kelly: The nine lives of Baltimore's CopyCat building in Greenmount West, from industry to arts

The CopyCat Building on Guilford Avenue, now an artists' studio and living space, was originally the Crown Cork & Seal factory for making bnottle...

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Lidl will open its first Baltimore County supermarkets by next spring
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Lidl will open its first Baltimore County supermarkets by next spring

Lidl is opening two grocery stores in Baltimore County. The chain already has locations in Aberdeen, pictured, and Bowie. Lidl, the German discount...

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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's business acquired new real estate holdings in 2018
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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's business acquired new real estate holdings in 2018

A trust managing Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's development business continued to make new real estate transactions last year, according to new...

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Educators, parents make final push for funding at budget hearing in Glen Burnie
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Educators, parents make final push for funding at budget hearing in Glen Burnie

Libria Cristabel Catalán, a mother of two, got emotional when she stood in front of the Anne Arundel County Council and asked members to fully fund...

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Knollwood, Towson communities rallies around neighborhood boy fighting leukemia
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Knollwood, Towson communities rallies around neighborhood boy fighting leukemia

Andrew Mercier, 10, of Towson, holds a poster he made thanking his supporters while in the hospital receiving treatment for leukemia. Carp...

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Anne Arundel Medical Center, Doctors Community Health System announce plans to merge
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Anne Arundel Medical Center, Doctors Community Health System announce plans to merge

Anne Arundel Medical Center has taken preliminary steps toward a merger with Doctors Community Health System, creating a new regional health care...

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Anne Arundel County Council approves farm brewery bill
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Anne Arundel County Council approves farm brewery bill

Baltimore Sun's BEST Party is less than one week away! Get your tickets today. Councilmember Amanda Fiedler, during the Anne Arundel County Council...

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Roofless former orphanage and hospital feels strength returning to its walls
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Roofless former orphanage and hospital feels strength returning to its walls

Baltimore Sun's BEST Party is less than one week away! Get your tickets today. The roofless Hebrew Orphan Asylum on Rayner Avenue in West Baltimore...

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Catherine Pugh is the 12th Baltimore mayor to resign from the office
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Catherine Pugh is the 12th Baltimore mayor to resign from the office

Mayor Catherine Pugh, who announced Thursday that she was resigning, is not the first Baltimore mayor to take that path. Or even the second. Or the...

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Officials break ground on Laurel Park mixed-use development meant to help revitalize Route 1 corridor
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Officials break ground on Laurel Park mixed-use development meant to help revitalize Route 1 corridor

Baltimore Sun's BEST Party is less than one week away! Get your tickets today. Officials broke ground Friday on the Laurel Park Station development...

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Citing traffic, other concerns Fallston residents push back on proposed Aumar Village development
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Citing traffic, other concerns Fallston residents push back on proposed Aumar Village development

Fallston developer Michael Euler Sr., left, and Bob Capalongo, of CNA Engineers in Forest Hill, present a site plan for Aumar Village, an 86-unit...

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Harford shops ready for Free Comic Book Day
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Harford shops ready for Free Comic Book Day

Allison Bisbee and the staff at the Collectors Corner on North Main Street in Bel AIr are stocked up and ready for Free Comic Book Day Saturday,...

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Whole Foods to anchor Towson Row
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Whole Foods to anchor Towson Row

A rendering of Whole Foods, the planned anchor tenant for Towson Row. Grocery store Whole Foods will anchor Towson Row, a $350 million development...

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Baltimore County residents speak out on proposed tax increases
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Baltimore County residents speak out on proposed tax increases

Baltimore County residents listen to discussion about a proposed increase in the local income tax. Baltimore County residents packed the County...

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Proposed amendment to Howard school purchasing agreement draws skepticism
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Proposed amendment to Howard school purchasing agreement draws skepticism

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball has recommended amending a proposed school purchasing agreement between the government and property owners in...

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Cosmic Comix in Catonsville preps for Free Comic Book Day
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Cosmic Comix in Catonsville preps for Free Comic Book Day

Cosmic Comix & Toys, a comic book shop in Catonsville, is gearing up to participate in Free Comic Book Day, which is celebrated the first Saturday...

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Aberdeen seeks to allow breweries, distilleries in certain areas of the city; potential brewer sets sights on new commercial center
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Aberdeen seeks to allow breweries, distilleries in certain areas of the city; potential brewer sets sights on new commercial center

George Handlin and Ben Meyer are hoping to combine their services and open a brewery and restaurant at the new Stadium Town Center under...

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Halethorpe Pharmacy closing after more than a century in business
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Halethorpe Pharmacy closing after more than a century in business

George Garmer is closing the Halethorpe Pharmacy, which has been in business more than 100 years. He says it's too difficult for an independent...

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Baltimore sees biggest population loss in single year since 2001, census estimates show
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Baltimore sees biggest population loss in single year since 2001, census estimates show

New census data show that Baltimore lost over 7,300 people, or 1.2% of its population, last year. The decline puts Baltimore's estimated population...

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Baltimore's development agency chief to step down, the latest departure from Pugh administration
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Baltimore's development agency chief to step down, the latest departure from Pugh administration

Come celebrate the latest issue of Baltimore At Home at the new Northrop Realty - Ellicott City Baltimore Development Corporation CEO William H....

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Some Pikesville Target workers go on strike, call for boycott, citing 'abusive treatment' by management
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Some Pikesville Target workers go on strike, call for boycott, citing 'abusive treatment' by management

Some workers at a Target in Pikesville announced a strike and called for a boycott of the store Monday, citing "abusive treatment" by management,...

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Stanley Janofsky, who sold real estate, dies
News 2 months ago
Stanley Janofsky, who sold real estate, dies

Stanley Janofsky, who sold homes and became a real estate office manager, died of a heart attack March 29 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The...

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