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Surprise demolition of 19th-century Baltimore homes upsets Woodberry neighbors
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Surprise demolition of 19th-century Baltimore homes upsets Woodberry neighbors

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

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In search of business deals, Baltimore delegation makes annual trip to Las Vegas for retail convention
News 5 days ago
In search of business deals, Baltimore delegation makes annual trip to Las Vegas for retail convention

Don't miss Trey Mancini and Joey Rickard guest bartend at the first Brews & O's event June 10th. Get your tickets today! Democratic Mayor Bernard C...

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Watch implosion of Pennsylvania skyscraper, a landmark of steel industry’s glory days
News 6 days ago
Watch implosion of Pennsylvania skyscraper, a landmark of steel industry’s glory days

Martin Tower vanished from the Lehigh Valley landscape Sunday, a poignant and fittingly spectacular end to the former world headquarters of...

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Local investors focus on remaking old Baltimore buildings into offices, apartments
News 1 week ago
Local investors focus on remaking old Baltimore buildings into offices, apartments

Landmark Partners has proposed building an eight-story office building behind the Grand Central building at Charles and Eager streets as it...

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A move afoot: As Towson urbanizes, groups work to get people walking
News 1 week ago
A move afoot: As Towson urbanizes, groups work to get people walking

As construction projects continue Towson's growth, an effort is being made to make the downtown more walkable. The suburbs have a familiar routine:...

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Reverse Baltimore’s population slide: Kick the west side into gear
News 2 weeks ago
Reverse Baltimore’s population slide: Kick the west side into gear

Seawall Development, hired by the city to rethink Lexington Market, envisions a traditional shed-style building that salutes the market's long...

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Howard lawmakers vote to allow county to enter into agreement to build 13th high school in Jessup
News 2 weeks ago
Howard lawmakers vote to allow county to enter into agreement to build 13th high school in Jessup

The Howard County Council voted 3-2 Monday to allow local officials to enter into an agreement to purchase land in Jessup to build a 13th high...

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'Understand the city': Loyola Maryland student walks the walk — across all of Baltimore's neighborhoods
News 3 weeks ago
'Understand the city': Loyola Maryland student walks the walk — across all of Baltimore's neighborhoods

Andrew Boyadjian, 22, a Loyola University Maryland senior, begins a 22-mile birthday walk Thursday. In mid-April he completed his quest to visit...

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Raymond J. Piechocki, a Baltimore architect who established Piechocki Consultants, dies
News 3 weeks ago
Raymond J. Piechocki, a Baltimore architect who established Piechocki Consultants, dies

Baltimore Sun's BEST Party is less than one week away! Get your tickets today. Raymond J. Piechocki, a retired architect who specialized in...

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Baltimore Mayor Pugh's boutique closed last year, co-owner says, contradicting previous statements
News 1 month ago
Baltimore Mayor Pugh's boutique closed last year, co-owner says, contradicting previous statements

The windows at a Pigtown boutique belonging to Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh were covered with brown paper shopping bags over the weekend, and the...

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Baltimore's public housing sees improvement in inspections — nearly 50% now passing
News 1 month ago
Baltimore's public housing sees improvement in inspections — nearly 50% now passing

The Rosemont Tower in West Baltimore from a resident's balcony. Health and safety inspectors gave the 200-unit public housing high-rise a failing...

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Popularity of shared work spaces propels expansion of Spark Baltimore
News 1 month ago
Popularity of shared work spaces propels expansion of Spark Baltimore

People gather to discuss business in the shared workspace Spark Baltimore. Co-working spaces have proliferated in recent years in and around...

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Belvedere Square market in North Baltimore up for sale
News 1 month ago
Belvedere Square market in North Baltimore up for sale

Patrons of Summer Sounds at Belvedere Square enjoy a concert in 2016. War Horse Cities has owned and managed the property since 2012. Belvedere...

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Striking workers at Pikesville Target return to work in manager's absence
News 1 month ago
Striking workers at Pikesville Target return to work in manager's absence

A group of Target employees who announced a strike and called for a boycott of the Pikesville location Monday returned to work Wednesday, saying...

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Made in Baltimore shop to open this spring, selling ware from dozens of local makers
News 1 month ago
Made in Baltimore shop to open this spring, selling ware from dozens of local makers

Made in Baltimore, the North Avenue shop where local entrepreneurs and makers sell their wares, plans to re-open for the spring and summer season...

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Owner of Pier 5 Hotel in Baltimore's Inner Harbor sues its operator over past-due rent
News 1 month ago
Owner of Pier 5 Hotel in Baltimore's Inner Harbor sues its operator over past-due rent

The owner of the Pier 5 Hotel in the Inner Harbor sued the hotel operator, alleging it is behind on rent to the tune of $2.7 million. The owners of...

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Baltimore County executive proposes county's first income tax increase in nearly 30 years
News 1 month ago
Baltimore County executive proposes county's first income tax increase in nearly 30 years

Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. is seeking the county's first income tax increase in nearly 30 years - plus new fees on development...

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New stores coming to former Sears at Hunt Valley Towne Center
News 1 month ago
New stores coming to former Sears at Hunt Valley Towne Center

Come celebrate the latest issue of Baltimore At Home at the new Northrop Realty - Ellicott City The former Sears department store at Hunt Valley...

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Amtrak strikes deal to redevelop Penn Station with Baltimore developers, investing $90 million
News 1 month ago
Amtrak strikes deal to redevelop Penn Station with Baltimore developers, investing $90 million

Amtrak has agreed to invest $90 million and work with developers to overhaul the historic Baltimore Penn Station. The national railroad announced...

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Baltimore County Council passes kennel bill but doesn't make it retroactive
News 1 month ago
Baltimore County Council passes kennel bill but doesn't make it retroactive

The Baltimore County Council on Monday approved new rules for where commercial kennels can be located, but said they won't apply the regulation...

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"No Kennel" — Dog business in Greenspring Valley sparks Baltimore County opposition

It took Tiffany Stearns and Mary Frances Dael more than a year to find the secluded property for their dog-training business. The old stone...

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Federal judge declares Trump's push to open up Arctic and Atlantic Ocean to drilling illegal
News 1 month ago
Federal judge declares Trump's push to open up Arctic and Atlantic Ocean to drilling illegal

A ribbon of water cuts through the mud flats of Cook Inlet, just off the shore of Anchorage, Alaska, on March 7, 2016. A federal judge in Alaska...

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'A disgrace': Vacancies, shaky finances plague owner of Baltimore landmarks Harborplace and Cross Keys
News 1 month ago
'A disgrace': Vacancies, shaky finances plague owner of Baltimore landmarks Harborplace and Cross Keys

When a New York real estate company with a portfolio of trophy properties bought Harborplace and the Village of Cross Keys in 2012, many in...

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Shoppers parent company plans sale of D.C.-Baltimore grocery chain
News 2 months ago
Shoppers parent company plans sale of D.C.-Baltimore grocery chain

The Shoppers Food Warehouse store in the Alameda Market Place could be one of 36 locations around the area to close pending a sale. Shoppers Food &...

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Maryland has second-highest failure rate of public housing inspections in the U.S., report finds
News 2 months ago
Maryland has second-highest failure rate of public housing inspections in the U.S., report finds

Early bird tickets for Baltimore's BEST party on sale now! Maryland has the second highest percentage of failed public housing inspections in the...

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Coffee shop closes in Baltimore's Ridgely’s Delight
News 2 months ago
Coffee shop closes in Baltimore's Ridgely’s Delight

A Ridgely's Delight coffee shop has closed after more than a decade in operation. Peace & A Cup of Joe "has sold its last cup of coffee, latte,...

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Baltimore's latest posh apartment tower, Liberty Harbor East, set to open this summer
News 2 months ago
Baltimore's latest posh apartment tower, Liberty Harbor East, set to open this summer

Don't miss your chance to hear the best professors LIVE this weekend at One Day University. Developers Bozzuto Group and Harbor East Management...

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In the midst of West Baltimore blight, an ambition for new housing and a cup of coffee
News 2 months ago
In the midst of West Baltimore blight, an ambition for new housing and a cup of coffee

The boarded-up rowhouse at 1236 W. Lafayette Ave., in West Baltimore, is one of many abandoned properties in Harlem Park. Someone spray-painted a...

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Baltimore City Council passes scaled-back version of bill to bar discrimination against renters using vouchers
News 2 months ago
Baltimore City Council passes scaled-back version of bill to bar discrimination against renters using vouchers

Don't miss your chance to hear the best professors LIVE this weekend at One Day University. A bill that would make it illegal for landlords in...

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Neighbors balk at proposed 180-foot cell tower in Baltimore's Druid Hill Park
News 2 months ago
Neighbors balk at proposed 180-foot cell tower in Baltimore's Druid Hill Park

The city of Baltimore has proposed a 18-foot cellular communications tower in Druid Hill Park. Located in the Maryland Zoo, the T-Mobile tower...

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