Recent Articles from Josh Cooper
Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler sat down with Daily Record reporters and editors for our latest Newsmakers interview. Gansler spoke about his potential run for governor, the high-profile bills on gun control and the death penalty passed by the General Assembly and the challenges facing his office and the state of Maryland.
Architects laid out plans for a section of the Red Line light rail project that runs through Boston Street in Canton, saying the train will not be a hindrance to commuting in the area.
Community leaders are hopeful that the newly minted Bromo Tower Arts and Entertainment District will become a nightlife destination for the thousands of people who already live and work in the area and an attraction for others.
Highlandtown, on the city’s east side near Canton and Butcher’s Hill, hasn’t enjoyed the status of “destination” in the same way some of its neighboring communities have.
On the corner of Charles Street and North Avenue, in a florist’s shop that has been in that location for 30 years, sits Vander Pearson, answering phones and taking orders.
In their quest to revitalize and repopulate troubled neighborhoods in Baltimore, business and community leaders are getting help from a unique source: the arts.
Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan and officials from across the state were on hand for the grand opening of the University of Baltimore School of Law's new building. Kagan said legal education has become more important than ever.
Carla Hayden, CEO of the Enoch Pratt Free Library spoke to Daily Record reporter Melody Simmons on the plans to renovate the library's central branch. Hayden said the $96 million project will include upgrades to the building's infrastructure and technological improvements.
Architects laid out proposals for the design of the section of the Red Line that runs along Edmonson Avenue in West Baltimore at Thursday’s meeting of the city’s Urban Design and Architectural Review Panel.
For Rupert Wondolowski, the co-owner of a vintage book and record store in Waverly, Saturday is Christmas.
Maryland Live casino opened 122 live-action table games at midnight Tuesday, including blackjack, craps and poker. Cordish Cos. President David Cordish says the addition of table games will allow the casino to compete better with those in neighboring states.