Baltimore City Council member Carl Stokes has called a second hearing to examine the status of the problem-plagued $1.8 billion redevelopment of the Middle East community led by East Baltimore Development Inc. Mr. Stokes has set the hearing for Nov. ...Read More »
An investigative hearing into the $1.8 billion redevelopment of Middle East by East Baltimore Development Inc. will continue at City Hall on Nov. 9. Councilman Carl Stokes adjourned a contentious three-hour hearing before the City Council’s Taxation, Finance and Economic ...Read More »
Baltimore’s famed Hollywood Diner will be staying in business after all — despite rumors it might be closing — and a state delegate from Garrett County is going to receive more than $400,000 from Maryland to preserve his farm. 1. ...Read More »
A group of residents who live just outside the footprint of the 88-acre East Baltimore Development Inc. project say their home values have plunged as uncertainty over the future of the low-income community and widespread blight have taken hold of ...Read More »
Residents of Middle East met for the fourth time Thursday night with developers and officials at East Baltimore Development Inc. to discuss a new master plan for the 88-acre site. The meeting was at times tense, with charges of mistrust ...Read More »
Baltimore finance officials have drained nearly half a million dollars from a special account to help cover the $1.4 million repayment due this month on $78 million in tax increment financing bonds issued for the struggling East Baltimore Development Inc. ...Read More »
As Baltimore public schools begin a new year, the Johns Hopkins University is poised to expand its academic reach from the college level to pre-K and elementary students in the East Baltimore community. Taking over the East Baltimore Community School, ...Read More »
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Maryland endured an earthquake this week, and is getting ready for a hurricane. And all just days before the city of Baltimore is set to host its inaugural Grand Prix. See what stories made the top 5 this week. 1. ...
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Residents of Middle East reacted angrily again Wednesday night against efforts to present a new development plan for their community, saying they have been disenfranchised from the process and fear they will be priced out of their neighborhood. In a ...Read More »