Employees of the former ESPN Zone in the Inner Harbor have reached a settlement over back pay after the restaurant was shut down in 2010 without federally required notice to the workers.Read More »
The Walt Disney Co. and Zone Enterprises of Maryland LLC owe employees of the former ESPN Zone in the Inner Harbor back pay for shutting down in 2010 without giving the notices required by federal law.Read More »
Right now, there is sawdust and only a handful of retail stores and restaurants open for business. But come Memorial Day weekend, officials are hoping that an invigorated — and 95 percent occupied — Light Street Pavilion will greet Inner ...Read More »
The large copper crab is back. Phillips Seafood, a Baltimore tourist landmark for more than three decades, has formally reopened in a new location at the historic Power Plant at the Inner Harbor following $2 million in renovations to the ...Read More »
Protesters for workers’ rights advocacy group United Workers picketed outside of the Baltimore Development Corp. office Wednesday to oppose a $3 million rent break that real estate developer The Cordish Cos. asked BDC for in exchange for making improvements to ...Read More »
The Cordish Cos. and its architectural firm are scheduled to present their design plans for a Phillips Seafood restaurant in the Power Plant space formerly occupied by the ESPN Zone Thursday afternoon, hours after the Baltimore company plans a “major ...
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Plans to renovate the exterior of the historic Power Plant building at the Inner Harbor for a new Phillips Seafood restaurant are scheduled to be unveiled before a city design panel next week. The renovations will be reviewed Thursday by ...Read More »
Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated the amount of the rent incentives The Cordish Cos. were seeking. The Baltimore Development Corp. will seek approval from Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake next week to give about $3 million in rent ...Read More »
No. 1: The blizzards With bread, milk and toilet paper nearly cleared from local store shelves, flakes began to fall on the metro region the evening of Feb. 5. What followed was labeled historic and expensive with a Biblical twist ...
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A local judge’s death and more legal foreclosure news topped this week’s headlines. Here are this week’s top five most read staff stories in law on The Daily Record’s website: 1. Friends eulogize Judge Prevas Friends, courthouse colleagues and family ...Read More »