Maryland officials are identifying the truck driver killed when a tanker carrying gasoline slid off the icy interstate and exploded. Maryland Transportation Authority Police announced in a statement Friday that 31-year-old Clinton Lamont Worrell Jr. of Baltimore died in the ...Read More »
Another day, another industrial transaction completed in Maryland’s Interstate 95 corridor. On Thursday, a 136,440-square-foot multi-tenant warehouse building in Jessup sold for $5.63 million. The building, at 7855 Rappahannock Ave. in the Maryland Wholesale Food Center, is occupied by Mia ...Read More »
A former Baltimore industrial site is being demolished to make room for warehouse distribution space increasingly in demand near Baltimore’s port. Chesapeake Real Estate Group LLC started demolishing a portion of the former Sun Products facility on Thursday. The company ...Read More »
The longtime operator of the Maryland House and Chesapeake House has lost its legal challenge to the bidding and award process that transferred operational control of the two Interstate 95 rest stops to a Florida company.Read More »
State approves I-95 plaza deal The Board of Public Works voted 2-1 Wednesday, with Comptroller Peter Franchot dissenting, to approve a disputed contract with Areas USA to renovate the Maryland House and the Chesapeake House on Interstate 95 to make them ...
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ANNAPOLIS — Two Interstate 95 travel plazas will be “like-new” by December 2014 after the Maryland House and Chesapeake House are renovated to bring the facilities up to par with other plazas on the east coast. The Board of Public ...
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ANNAPOLIS — A Bethesda-based contractor has been picked to build the $89 million final leg of the Inter-County Connector. ICC Constructors, a joint venture consisting of Shirley Contracting Co. LLC, Clark Construction Group LLC, Facchina Construction Co. Inc. and Trumbull ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS – The Board of Public Works Wednesday deferred its decision on a disputed contract proposal to renovate two travel plazas on Interstate 95 in Harford and Cecil counties. The deferment pushes the board’s vote to its next meeting, March ...Read More »
A small Baltimore news website met its fundraising goal… and then some, and Hunt Valley-based AAI Corp. laid off nearly 200 employees this week. Those stories and more in this week’s business top 5. 1. Cross Keys sale appears near ...Read More »