Three of the four men arrested on March 29 during a protest march for employment at East Baltimore Development Inc. appeared in Maryland District Court in Baltimore Wednesday morning for a hearing on charges including disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and disturbing ...Read More »
More than 60 percent of city voters polled last month say they oppose an increase in the bottle tax proposed by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake as a means to help fund school construction, according to a new survey. The survey of ...Read More »
CBRE this week brokered the $11.6 million sale of a fully-leased, multi-tenanted industrial building in the Baltimore-Washington corridor. A group affiliated with the Industrial Income Trust Inc. purchased the rear loaded, flexibly designed property located at 7463 New Ridge Rd. ...
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A group of East Baltimore elected officials vowed Wednesday to shut down construction, public funding and permits at the $1.8 billion East Baltimore Development Inc. project, saying that the massive development effort has failed to hire local workers and companies, ...
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A 16-member panel of business leaders will advise Baltimore County economic development officials about the best use for the Sparrows Point peninsula in the wake of last week’s announced woes at the steel plant, which will be laying off nearly ...
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A controversial proposed waterfront development in Bowleys Quarters received approval Tuesday from the Baltimore County Board of Appeals after a five-year court challenge. The Galloway Creek project, a 36-unit, three-story townhouse development by Galloway Creek LLC, a division of Shelter ...Read More »
Bernard T. Ferrari, a former director at the management consulting firm McKinsey & Co., has been named dean of The Johns Hopkins University’s Carey Business School, effective July 1. Ferrari, 63, will succeed Yash P. Gupta, who stepped down in ...Read More »
Taking over for Vinnie Quayle, founder of the St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center in Baltimore, is a little like succeeding a celebrated coach. The comparisons are daunting, but the challenge remains real, says Gerard J. Joab, who became executive director ...Read More »
Residents of the well-groomed, historic Roland Park community are being asked to dig deep in their pockets to help purchase 17 acres of rolling open space at the Baltimore Country Club as part of a $10 million fundraising campaign. Nearly ...Read More »