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EBDI wants to tap fund

East Baltimore Development Inc. and the city Department of Housing and Community Development want to cash out a $2.1 million debt service account funded by EBDI and replace it with a taxpayer-guaranteed bond. But an official with the federal Department ...

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EBDI’s promised repairs not yet made on Gorham’s home

Despite promises from city officials that repairs would be made to her home after she publicly raised concerns last month, a prominent community activist from Middle East says her home has not been repaired and she has no idea when ...

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Steven I. Platt: Negotiations can rise, fall on timing

“When is the right time to negotiate?” is a question being asked in every corner of the world. From our local communities to the world stage which provides the backdrop for diplomacy and battlefields, negotiation will determine not only the ...

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20-story residence north of Hopkins hospital topped out

The 20-story student residence tower north of the Johns Hopkins Hospital has been “topped out,” an insider’s term for the completion of the top-floor framing of a building. Hopkins administrators and officials of East Baltimore Development Inc., the nonprofit created ...

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After relocation, ex-Middle East resident living in misery

For the past five years since being relocated by East Baltimore Development Inc. to a new city neighborhood, Lucille Gorham says she has been living in misery. Just after she settled on the single-family house in the 3400 block of ...

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2 restaurants coming to building near Hopkins Hospital

Fresh out of the three-month General Assembly session, Gov. Martin O’Malley stopped in east Baltimore Thursday for a forum on economic development. And, he broke some news. Two new restaurants are expected to open in the East Baltimore Development Inc. ...

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Fed sees improving economy, but high gas prices a concern

WASHINGTON — The U.S. economy improved in every region of the country this spring, but higher oil prices remain a concern, according to a survey released Wednesday by the Federal Reserve. Factories were busier, consumers spent more and companies boosted ...

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