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Regional power line killed after 5 years of plans

FREDERICK — An effort to build a $2 billion regional power transmission line from West Virginia to Maryland has officially ended. The board of regional power grid planner PJM Interconnection has formally removed the project from future plans. A spokesman ...

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Green Spring Station plans spur opposition (access required)

Inside the upscale corridors at Green Spring Station, window displays show the latest fashions and whimsical accessories. But the ornate and colorful frills offered daily to hundreds of visitors to the Lutherville development mask a tug of war that has ...

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Real world real estate challenge (access required)

After about two months and countless hours of researching, planning and designing, students at one of the region’s universities may get the chance to see their real estate development efforts come to fruition. The University of Maryland, Johns Hopkins University, ...

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Under Armour HQ to get illuminated sign, big retail store (access required)

Under Armour’s plan to expand its Locust Point campus — including adding up to 50,000 square feet in retail space,  a new office building with an illuminated logo that will rival the Domino Sugar sign and new playing fields on ...

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Planning your career one goal at a time (access required)

It’s that time of year again. You’ve made your personal New Year’s resolutions. But now, it is time to set some professional resolutions. I’m talking about career development goals. You may be required to develop or update a career development ...

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Hopkins president lays out plans for East Baltimore Community School (access required)

Johns Hopkins University President Ronald J. Daniels launched a public campaign Tuesday outlining Hopkins’ plans for the new East Baltimore Community School, a public contract school in Middle East. During an hour-long presentation at the Hopkins Carey Business School, Daniels ...

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