Tag Archives: Baltimore

Baltimore law could expand live entertainment options

Errez Segman owns a three-story row house in the Hollins Market neighborhood of West Baltimore that he wants to make into a jazz club called Back Alley Jazz. But it wasn’t until Monday morning, when Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon signed ...

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Hopes are high for expanded Seagirt

Maryland leased Seagirt Marine Terminal to a private port operator with 2014 in mind, when an expanded Panama Canal will allow longer, taller and wider ships to pass from the Pacific Ocean to the East Coast. The public-private partnership gives ...

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City gets 19 applications for federal Recovery Zone bond money

The Baltimore Development Corp. Friday announced that interest from developers in federal Recovery Zone Facility Bonds far outstrips the available money to be offered under the stimulus program. The city received 19 applications, totaling $185.4 million, seeking uses for the ...

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Jos. A. Bank makes Forbes top 200

Coming in at No. 14, Hampstead-based Jos. A. Bank has made Forbes Magazine’s list of America’s top 200 small companies. The ranking is the best its earned and is the fifth consecutive year in a row Jos. A. Bank has ...

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