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Editorial: Make city casino design welcome site (access required)

Thank you, UDARP, for sending the newly designated operators of Baltimore’s planned casino back to the drawing board to produce a design for the $310 million facility more in keeping with its locale and a larger mission to help transform the southern entrance to downtown.

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Realities of Real Estate: Is farm livin’ the life for you? (access required)

Today, many homes have multiple high definition televisions, along with drawers full of remote controls to effortlessly click your way through an endless variety of on-demand programming. There’s often a TV in nearly every room, some even sport a flat ...

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Lead-paint plaintiffs claim Housing Authority is stalling (access required)

The bitter legal feud over unpaid damages for lead-paint poisoning victims by the Housing Authority of Baltimore City is heating up. Wednesday, attorneys for two plaintiffs filed a motion in Baltimore City Circuit Court claiming the HABC was “attempting to ...

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Maryland to debate more gambling as casino market grows more crowded (access required)

Gambling is shaping up to be one of the most interesting debates of the 2012 legislative session in Maryland and, underscoring the need that many in the General Assembly feel to approve table games, it’s going to be a big ...

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Feds shut down Chinatown bus firm over safety concerns

PHILADELPHIA— Concerns over vehicle and driver safety led federal regulators to shut down a bus company that took passengers from Baltimore and several other cities to New York City’s Chinatown. U.S. transportation officials have ordered Double Happyness Travel Inc. to ...

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Baltimore city, county added to Maryland disaster list

Federal aid is being made available to support recovery efforts in Baltimore and Baltimore County following Hurricane Irene. The Maryland Emergency Management Agency and the Federal Emergency Management Agency announced Tuesday that the city and county would be added to ...

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