A settlement was reached Monday in a lawsuit that accused maintenance workers in Baltimore of demanding sex from at least 19 women in exchange for basic repairs at public housing units, representatives for both sides of the case said. The ...Read More »
Home sales and median prices are on the rise in Maryland, Gov. Martin O’Malley said Thursday, marking the fifth consecutive month of increased home sales statewide and the fourth consecutive month of increased values.Read More »
The Hilton-owned Embassy Suites Hotels chain will soon hoist its logo on a downtown Baltimore landmark: The Tremont Plaza Hotel. Sources say the changeover at the 45-year-old hotel will occur this month. The 390-suite Tremont Plaza was to be converted ...Read More »
A lone insurance adjuster stood by what was left of a dilapidated row house in Johnston Square Thursday morning, taking photos for what certainly will be an upcoming claim. The address in ruins was in the 800 block of E. ...Read More »
The $2.5 million lead-paint verdict that spurred a move to seize and auction vehicles owned by the Housing Authority of Baltimore City was reversed on appeal Thursday afternoon. The Court of Special Appeals said the case should never have gone ...Read More »
A group of residents who live just outside the footprint of the 88-acre East Baltimore Development Inc. project say their home values have plunged as uncertainty over the future of the low-income community and widespread blight have taken hold of ...Read More »
Have you noticed “CODE X-RAY” on Baltimore’s streets? No, it’s not an alien invasion or early signs of the zombie apocalypse. It’s a new program by the Baltimore City Fire Department to warn firefighters that certain dwellings are vacant and ...
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Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s nearly 6-month-old Vacants to Value initiative has resulted in one sale of a vacant city home, a three-story shell located in Upton, Baltimore Housing Commissioner Paul T. Graziano said Tuesday. The program, announced by the mayor in ...Read More »
Until recently, the last time an elected official raised any serious questions about the public funding of The New East Baltimore project was in 2003, when it was just getting started. Hattie Harrison, a longtime state delegate from East Baltimore, ...
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