Early responders from the private sector in Maryland say they are poised to go into action if and when flooding and power outages occur as a result of Hurricane Sandy. Teams of plumbers, heating specialists, tree surgeons and electricians said ...Read More »
A Baltimore County Circuit Court judge Thursday issued a temporary restraining order against the county Board of Elections preventing it from releasing the names of nearly 95,000 petitioners in an ongoing feud over the redevelopment of the former Solo Cup ...Read More »
Despite advice that the building would be upgraded from a brick to limestone façade if voters approve adding table games to the state’s slots parlors on Nov. 6, the city’s design review panel OK’d a preliminary design for a Baltimore ...Read More »
Harborplace, the city’s signature 32-year-old tourism hub, is being sold to New York-based Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp. for an undisclosed price. General Growth Properties, which acquired Harborplace as part of its November 2004 purchase of The Rouse Co., will close the ...
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A group opposing two recent zoning decisions in Baltimore County said it has turned in more than 86,000 signatures in an effort to place the zoning maps before county voters in a referendum in November 2014.
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A grassroots group of advocates from Owings Mills and Reisterstown is urging Baltimore County voters not to sign petitions that aim to force recent zoning decisions by the County Council to a referendum in November 2014.Read More »
A bitter fight over recent zoning decisions has spilled into the streets of Baltimore County as out-of-state petition-management teams hired by wealthy developers have set out to acquire nearly 58,000 signatures for a possible 2014 ballot referendum.Read More »