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Law students take part in University of Md., Baltimore commencement

Graduates of the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law received their diplomas Friday afternoon, along with the schools of medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, nursing, social work and the Graduate School at the University of Maryland, Baltimore. After a ...

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First Mariner wins TRO to block law firm’s letters

First Mariner Bank secured a 14-day restraining order against a Connecticut-based law firm that has been sending letters to the bank’s customers, stating that the bank is facing litigation and regulatory action for fraudulent lending practices. Judge James K. Bredar ...

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Week in review: 4/27/12

Superblock firm gets extension City officials Wednesday have given developers of the $150 million Superblock project on downtown’s West Side until Dec. 31 to line up financing and retail tenants. This is the second extension for the firm, Lexington Square ...

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Week in review – 4/20/12: Redevelopment in Hampden

Redevelopment in Hampden A 139-year-old former cotton mill and two other buildings at Chestnut Avenue and Falls Road will soon morph into a complex of 92 apartments, office space and restaurants as part of a continuing push to convert Hampden’s historic ...

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Study supports Convention Center expansion

A proposed expansion to the Baltimore Convention Center and a new downtown arena could increase direct spending by $138.7 million to $181.6 million annually, potentially supporting 2,360 to 3,100 new jobs, according to a study released Monday by the Maryland ...

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Construction to begin on expansion of Towson Circle development

Look for construction to soon begin on the expansion of the Towson Circle development on Joppa Road near the traffic circle. Sources say this $35 million extension and redevelopment is ready to launch after several years of uncertainty because of ...

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