Forty years ago, Ocean City looked a lot different than it does today. The Bay Bridge was still new, the high-rise condominiums were just being built and the Baltimore Colts made regular appearances at the beach town. Now, the Ravens ...Read More »
Gov. Martin O'Malley did not appear to enjoy himself during a nearly six hour meeting of the Board of Public Works on Wednesday.
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At the city’s emerging new hotspot, Locust Point, the new apartments and retail at McHenry Row are filling with tenants and retailers. Spies there say about six of the 250 apartments in the development are being rented each week, with ...
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St. John Properties has announced the purchase of a one-acre parcel at 56 Timonium Road for redevelopment into 10,000-square-foot retail strip mall. Known as Timonium Exchange, the site is configured to hold a medley of tenants with businesses ranging from ...
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In 1988, Ocean City native Leighton Moore opened a small bayside bar he called Seacrets. It was supposed to be for locals only and a secret to the hundreds of thousands of visitors to the resort town. The secret didn’t ...Read More »
A federal judge has conditionally certified a class of former employees of The Greene Turtle who are alleging unpaid overtime and regular wages. Lawyers for two employees and the restaurant chain are scheduled for a conference call Wednesday with U.S. ...Read More »