Baltimore’s Tremont Plaza Hotel will soon convert back to its original purpose: apartments. The 390-suite property’s owners said Monday the rooms would soon be altered into apartments and long-term stay places. Five members of the hotel’s sales staff were laid ...Read More »
Who doesn’t enjoy a good love story? The “engagement” of two of Baltimore’s beloved icons was the most-read Maryland Business blog post in 2011. Other popular posts included the rebirth of a legendary Baltimore restaurant, new development in Canton and ...
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The Daily Record hosted its VIP List award ceremony at the Tremont Grand in downtown Baltimore on Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2011. In its second year, 50 professionals from various industries were honored for their contributions to both their fields and the community through volunteer work.Read More »
So, I was checking out the pandemonium next to TDR‘s offices Wednesday morning for Gov. William Donald Schaefer’s funeral service at Old St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Lots of police and lots of citizens lining up to be seated — well before ...Read More »
There was no shortage of drama in Charm City last night as two mayoral challengers held a fundraising competition over crab nibbles in plush downtown environs while sleet and snow swirled outside. The events kicked off what promises to be ...Read More »
Bill Cosby came to Baltimore Tuesday night to co-host a fundraiser held for Otis Rolley, candidate for mayor, at the Tremont Grand hotel. Several blocks from there at the Hippodrome, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake held a fundraiser of her own, featuring Rep. Elijah Cummings and Gov. Martin O'Malley.Read More »