Maryland adds art districts in Easton, west Baltimore

Maryland has designated a pair of new zones providing tax incentives aimed at bolstering artistic endeavors. Secretary of Commerce Kelly M. Schulz said on Monday that the Department of Commerce selected the town of Easton and the Pennsylvania Avenue corridor in west Baltimore as Arts and Entertainment Districts. The classification lasts for a decade. Maryland's 26 ...

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