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McCormick & Co. savors modern Hunt Valley headquarters (access required)

McCormick & Co. celebrated opening its Hunt Valley headquarters Tuesday, hailing it as a tool that will sharpen the firm’s competitive edge. Roughly 1,000 employees work out of the 350,000-square-foot building at 24 Schilling Road. The ceremony Tuesday marked the ...

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Legislation: Public safety justifies demolition of Ellicott City properties (access required)

The Howard County Council is considering legislation specifying public safety as a reason for the jurisdiction’s Historic Preservation Commission to approve demolition of significant property. The bill, sponsored by Councilman Jon Weinstein, is part of a larger plan to demolish ...

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Baltimore eyes combining State Center, McCulloh Homes redevelopment (access required)

Future redevelopment of State Center may include overhauling the nearby McCulloh Homes public housing. Michael Braverman, director of Baltimore’s Department of Housing and Community Development, said the city is keen to package the redevelopments. Combining the nearby projects allows spreading ...

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Baltimore budget chief cautions council on raising taxes (access required)

A Baltimore City Council bill raising taxes to pay for the Affordable Housing Trust Fund may create negative consequences for city finances, the budget director warns. The Fund the Trust Act received its first committee hearing on Thursday at City ...

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Tradepoint Atlantic touts Sparrows Point cleanup milestone (access required)

At the peak of steelmaking at Sparrows Point, dozens of drains on the property allowed a veritable sea of storm, waste, and process water to flow into the Tin Mill Canal. As a result, the man-made channel on the former ...

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Fund the Trust Act headed for Baltimore City Council hearing (access required)

A bill to pay for the Affordable Housing Trust Fund is slated for a long-sought Baltimore City Council committee hearing. The Fund the Trust Act is scheduled for a hearing before the Taxation, Finance and Economic Development Committee at 11 ...

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SBLC embraces growing role in workforce development (access required)

Todd Brandon, 36, suffers from epileptic seizures. The convulsions plagued the East Baltimore resident his entire life. An altercation with Baltimore police when he was about 14, he said, made them worse. After a fight with a teacher, which Brandon ...

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Merritt Properties prepares marketing push for 20-story Canton tower (access required)

Merritt Properties is launching marketing efforts for its proposed $70 million, 20-story Class A office building in Baltimore’s Canton neighborhood. The planned building at 3401 Boston St. is navigating Baltimore’s design review process. Details regarding the offices, such as available ...

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