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4th Circuit revives $25M action alleging bid to block Wegmans

A Gambrills shopping center developer can pursue its $25 million lawsuit against a labor union for using allegedly “sham litigation” to wage an unsuccessful war to keep out Wegmans, a federal appeals court has ruled.

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State approves revised wetlands fees for Inner Harbor restaurants

Phillips Seafood and Hard Rock Café in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor got state approval Wednesday to modify their outdoor dining areas more than a year after they first requested the Board of Public Works’ OK.

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State wetlands fee for dining piers drops 99% from last year

Three Inner Harbor restaurants will ask the Board of Public Works on Wednesday for permission to modify their dining piers, more than a year after those restaurants decided the state’s asking price for such approval was too high.

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Food truck vendors praise 2011 changes to parking, licensing laws

It’s lunchtime, and a crowd gathers around a kitchen rich with the aroma of Carolina-style pulled pork and chicken at Commerce and Pratt streets. Not too far away, Central American-style tacos compete with Korean bulgogi and bibimbap at Charles and Baltimore.

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