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Harbor oyster program expands

The Waterfront Partnership and Chesapeake Bay Foundation on Wednesday announced an expanded oyster program for Baltimore’s harbor. The program, which now will be called The Great Baltimore Oyster Partnership after launching last year as the Healthy Harbor Oyster Partnership, plans ...

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Editorial: We’re sold on turning sails into sales (access required)

The bicentennial of the War of 1812 didn’t seem like a slam-dunk tourist attraction to us. In fact, it didn’t seem like much of a slam dunk of anything except the chance for Marylanders to rediscover the proud history behind the defense of Fort McHenry that inspired Francis Scott Key to compose “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

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Ocean City commercial fleet brings home big catch

WEST OCEAN CITY — It’s unlikely you’ll just stumble upon the Maryland coastline’s only commercial fishing harbor. But it’s there, and it’s moving millions of pounds of seafood. In 2010, more than 8 million pounds of catch, valued at more ...

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Marine Repair files suit against Ports America (access required)

A Staten Island company is claiming the operator of the Seagirt and Dundalk marine terminals has undertaken a four-year long effort to drive them out of business. Marine Repair Services of Maryland Inc., a subsidiary of Staten Island-based Marine Services ...

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A walking tour of the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore (access required)

Daily Record photographer Maximilian Franz takes you on a tour of the new Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore. The $200 million Harbor East property is set to officially open Nov. 14, and teams of workers are busy preparing the site and putting up finishing touches on project where rooms and suites cost between $279 and $1,500 per night.

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Baltimore gets ready for 4th of July, starting with the harbor (access required)

Volunteers from Morgan Stanley’s Baltimore office took part in a clean-up effort last week to help get a head start on making the Inner Harbor healthier by 2020. Volunteers worked with Waterfront Partnership staff to prepare for Baltimore’s Fourth of ...

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