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Baltimore Co. judge prevents release of petitioners’ names in Solo Cup site dispute

A Baltimore County Circuit Court judge Thursday issued a temporary restraining order against the county Board of Elections preventing it from releasing the names of nearly 95,000 petitioners in an ongoing feud over the redevelopment of the former Solo Cup ...

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Baltimore County opposition group says more than 86,000 signatures collected

A group opposing two recent zoning decisions in Baltimore County said it has turned in more than 86,000 signatures in an effort to place the zoning maps before county voters in a referendum in November 2014.

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Solo Cup development foes seek records from councilwoman

A group opposed to rezoning a former industrial site in Owings Mills has filed a Maryland Public Information Act request seeking financial records and personal emails and text messages from Baltimore County Council Chairwoman Vicki Almond. Efforts by developer Greenberg ...

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Owings Mills development battle still raging

The development battle in Owings Mills is heating up — and cooling down. Acrimonious debate has swirled among the titans involved — developers Greenberg Gibbons, Kimco and David S. Brown Enterprises — over a proposed zoning change to the former ...

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A look inside the new Wegmans in Columbia

Some businesses open with a ribbon-cutting and maybe some wine and cheese. Not Wegmans, the grocery store chain that experts say has carved out a “pretty untouchable” niche among higher-end supermarkets and a cult following akin to that of Apple. With that in mind, the company opened the doors to its newest location at 7 a.m. Sunday.

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Lines expected when Wegmans opens in Columbia

Some businesses open with a ribbon-cutting and maybe some wine and cheese. Not Wegmans, the grocery store chain that experts say has carved out a “pretty untouchable” niche among higher-end supermarkets and a cult following akin to that of Apple. ...

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