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Week in review: 7/20/12

Report: Raze Mechanic because of subway jolts A private engineering study has found widespread corrosion in the parking garage beneath the Morris A. Mechanic Theatre due in part to stray electrical currents from subway trains, according to an Owings Mills ...

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Week in review: 7/13/12

Costs rise along with temperatures Damage such as the cracked roadway on U.S. Route 50 is making an already-expensive run of summer weather even more costly after a mostly mild Maryland winter. David Buck, a State Highway Administration spokesman, said: ...

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Week in review – 7/6/12

Spirit moves them at BWI A new airline at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport will allow more options for travelers going to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Dallas/Fort Worth, as well as the possibility of lower airfares to these locations. BWI’s ...

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Week in review – 6/29/12: Rally protests for Superblock jobs

Rally protests for Superblock jobs A group of about 100 protestors gathered at the offices of the Baltimore Development Corp. at Charles Center this week to demand local hiring in the promised 600 new jobs at the $150 million Superblock ...

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Week in review – 6/22/12: Ships set sale in city

Ships set sale in city As the nearly 40 tall ships and naval vessels that filled Baltimore’s harbor for the last week departed earlier this week, area businesses continued to have something to celebrate: a boost to their bottom lines. ...

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Week in review: 6/15/12

Study: State should bet on 6 for casinos Maryland’s gambling market can absorb a sixth casino — and already-approved facilities will make more money — if the state also legalizes table games, according to a joint study by state fiscal ...

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Week in review: Big price tag for outdoor decks at Power Plant

Big price tag for outdoor decks at Power Plant A pair of Inner Harbor restaurants will have to hold off remodeling their outdoor dining areas, as the state’s $1.7 million price tag for three wetlands licenses was disputed before the ...

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Week in review – 6/1/12: Baltimore County to study Sparrows Point use

Officials: We’ll shut down EBDI project A group of East Baltimore elected officials vowed to shut down construction, public funding and permits at the $1.8 billion East Baltimore Development Inc. project, saying that the massive development effort has failed to ...

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Week in review – 5/25/12: Sparrows Point mill may be sold

Can Roland Park group buy BCC land? Residents of the well-groomed, historic Roland Park community are being asked to dig deep in their pockets to help purchase 17 acres of rolling open space at the Baltimore Country Club as part ...

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