Residents and business owners near the big sink hole in east Baltimore near Johns Hopkins Hospital gathered Wednesday night to air some gripes about the city’s handling of the mess.Read More »
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A group of advocates plans to meet with representatives of the Office of the Maryland Attorney General on Friday to request more data in order to monitor the $1 billion awarded to Maryland under the $25 billion national mortgage settlement in the wake of the housing meltdown.Read More »
Just as the Baltimore Orioles were preparing for the first pitch Thursday at Camden Yards against Tampa Bay, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake arrived at 3700 Koppers St. to join St. John Properties Founder and Chairman Ed St. John for a celebration.Read More »
Things got quite testy when the fate of the Morris A. Mechanic Theatre came up during the monthly meeting of the city’s Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel on Thursday. ...
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The Hilton-owned Embassy Suites Hotels chain will soon hoist its logo on a downtown Baltimore landmark: The Tremont Plaza Hotel. Sources say the changeover at the 45-year-old hotel will occur this month. The 390-suite Tremont Plaza was to be converted ...Read More »
A June 14 foreclosure auction has been scheduled for a 5.21-acre parcel of the city’s waterfront in Port Covington once envisioned to be a sparkling retail and residential hub. The auction of 301 E. Cromwell St. will be held at ...Read More »