For parents with investment dollars to spare in deflated college-area real estate markets, there’s never been a better time to invest in condos or single-family homes to house a student during the undergraduate or graduate years while providing tax breaks ...Read More »
It is astonishing how, since the last election, the party out of power has claimed with utter assurance and zero accuracy that various Administration actions or policies are radical departures from the way things always were. For example, we often ...Read More »
A quarter-century ago, the University of Maryland Medical System set out on a new path —privatization. There was little in the way of a road map to show the way other than the University of Florida’s hospital, which had gone ...Read More »
Local government land-use plans rarely have more than a 20-year planning horizon, which means they are essentially planning for the current generation and the next. Some development visionaries are now promoting the idea that we should really be planning for ...
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Sadly, Anderson Automotive is disappearing from the Baltimore commercial landscape. Bruce Mortimer, who owns the General Motors and Honda dealerships, has been told by GM corporate headquarters that the 54-year-old business is one of 1,200 dealerships nationwide that will ...
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With the high cost of college, it’s commonplace for students to accumulate thousands of dollars of debt while pursuing a degree. Yet the ability to repay loans after graduation is a real concern now that there are fewer jobs to ...Read More »
The Supreme Court recently heard argument in the cases of two Florida inmates who are serving life sentences without parole for crimes committed when they were teenagers. Harris Sullivan was convicted of two counts of sexual battery committed when he ...Read More »