During a second contentious meeting in two weeks, a group of Middle East residents Thursday night challenged a new plan for the massive redevelopment of their community by East Baltimore Development Inc. For more than an hour, about 50 angry ...Read More »
Despite warnings from Comptroller Peter Franchot that the state is on course to exceed its capital debt ceiling in 2017, the Board of Public Works voted Wednesday to sell bonds for a $184.8 million state health lab as part of ...Read More »
Middle East residents have formed a grassroots organization to advocate for increased voting representation on the East Baltimore Development Inc. board because they believe they have been excluded from making key decisions in the $1.8 billion redevelopment effort. The mobilization ...Read More »
The Mall in Columbia celebrated its 40th birthday this week, while the Maryland State Lottery Agency reported its sales in fiscal 2011 broke records for the 14th year in a row. Those stories and more in this week’s business top ...Read More »
This week, City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke led a protest to try and halt a plan to close eight Baltimore post offices, now under review by the U.S. Postal Service. The feds say there is a pressing need to stop ...
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Baltimore serves Restaurant Week Baltimore’s sixth annual Summer Restaurant Week begins Friday as restaurateurs try to entice diners to their businesses during what tends to be a slow month for them otherwise. Discounts on showcased meals through Aug. 14 are intended ...
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A report to be released Tuesday details new plans for the stalled 88-acre redevelopment in Middle East that include 345 housing units, a 6-acre urban park, a grocery and a central theme of “wellness” to connect the project with Johns ...Read More »
Cathleene J. Miles, principal of the East Baltimore Community School, has been removed and a new head of school is being sought by East Baltimore Development Inc. and Johns Hopkins University. Miles, a former middle school administrator and music teacher ...Read More »
Middle East residents expressed their anger Thursday night at a presentation from East Baltimore Development Inc. and Ravens games may be a little trickier to get into this year. Those stories and more in this week’s business top 5. 1. ...
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Saying they were excluded from the process, angry residents of Middle East shut down a presentation Thursday by the developer of the 88-acre redevelopment as he attempted to detail a series of recommendations for the future of the stalled $1.8 ...Read More »