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EBDI pledges more transparency

Officials of East Baltimore Development Inc. promised a City Council committee Wednesday evening that they would operate with a renewed sense of transparency and communication about the finances and progress in economic development and new home construction as part of ...

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Economy grows at 3.1 percent rate at end of 2010

WASHINGTON — The U.S. economy grew a little faster at the end of 2010 than the government had previously estimated, boosted by more inventory building and business investment in plants and equipment. But rising oil prices will likely limit growth ...

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$300K incentive on tap for brain institute

The city Board of Estimates is expected to vote Wednesday on a request to use $300,000 in state general obligation bonds to help a private brain research institute affiliated with the Johns Hopkins University hire 60 employees in East Baltimore. ...

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Consumer prices rise 0.5 pct., most since June ’09

WASHINGTON — Americans paid more for food and gas in February, as consumer prices rose at the fastest pace in nearly two years. The Consumer Price Index rose 0.5 percent in February, the largest increase since June 2009, the Labor ...

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EBDI asking some Hopkins employees if they’d be willing to move near hospital

A local marketing firm is asking certain employees of the Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medicine if they would be willing to put down roots in the 88-acre area known as Middle East. The survey, designed by Carton Donofrio ...

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TIF funds may help build school in East Baltimore

Construction of a new public school in East Baltimore may be partially funded with Tax Increment Financing bonds earmarked for demolition of vacant row houses in Middle East, according to officials involved in the redevelopment. The $50 million East Baltimore ...

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