NEW YORK — Borders Group Inc. hopes to name a bidder by July 1 and sell itself by the end of that month, according to bankruptcy court filings. Forty stores previously targeted for closing are also getting a temporary reprieve. ...Read More »
Towson U. eyes Commons space Administrators at Towson University has been talking with the owner of the nearly vacant Towson Commons about leasing space to use for classrooms and academic offices. Some local leaders have said such a conversion could rejuvenate ...
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There is an understandable urgency to get Baltimore’s slots casino back on track, but it’s not clear whether steps taken this week will help or hurt that cause. The process has been mired in legal machinations since December 2009 when ...
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ANNAPOLIS — The state is seeking a new developer to build a casino in downtown Baltimore, but the process, already ensnared in a legal challenge, could be pulled back into court as soon as Wednesday. Baltimore City Entertainment Group said ...Read More »
HADDONFIELD, N.J. — A New Jersey doctor now has one of the world’s most valuable baseball cards. Nicholas DePace, of Haddonfield, stepped in Monday to buy the card from a group of Roman Catholic nuns in Baltimore who sold the ...Read More »