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After protest, board rejects Superblock plan

An advisory board to the city’s Department of Planning Thursday rejected an elaborate design for the Superblock after local residents and officials protested the demolition of a drug store that was the scene of a civil rights-era sit-in. Members of ...

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Annapolis landmark Johnson’s Building hosts property owners’ angst

ANNAPOLIS  — The Johnson’s Building, a 158-year-old landmark pinning State Circle to Maryland Avenue, has sat vacant for nearly three years now, but the storefront is still giving window-shoppers an eyeful. Almost every inch of the glass is papered in ...

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Senator Theatre rejected for tax credit

A request for a state historic tax credit to help restore and renovate the Senator Theatre has been rejected by the Maryland Historical Trust, which could slow efforts to rejuvenate the landmark in North Baltimore, its new operator said Wednesday. ...

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