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Baltimore Business Journal
36 S Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21201 Directions
A new hotel is joining the mix in Howard Countys Maple Lawn development.The 103-room Residence Inn by Marriott opened at 11800 West Market Place on Feb. 11. The hotel, owned by Frederick-based Plamondon Hospitality Partners, primarily caters to extended-stay travelers and offers studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites. Its the only hotel within the 600-acre mixed-use community developed by Greenebaum Enterprises and St. John Properties on what used to be farmland in southern Howard County.
An 84-unit apartment development planned for Park Heights is being hailed as the cornerstone of a long-awaited turnaround in the Baltimore neighborhood.Designs for Renaissance Row were unveiled Thursday before a design panel at City Hall. The four-story building will be bordered by Pimlico Road and Park Heights Avenue near Cold Spring Lane and replace nearly an entire block of abandoned and blighted rowhouses.This is the first signature piece of development in Park Heights, said Marcus Pollock,
A two-story penthouse in Baltimores historic Warrington Building located just north of Johns Hopkins University has hit the market for $2.48 million.The home, owned and fully renovated by local interior designer Alexander Baer, has two bedrooms, three bathrooms and a terrace overlooking the city from the buildings top floor.Baer is finally ready to sell his home of 17 years and move out of the condominium in the citys Tuscany-Canterbury neighborhood. But he wont be moving too far away
The Casper family operates restaurants in Tampa and St. Petersburg and are also the largest McDonalds franchisee in Florida, with 60 stores and more than $170 million in annual revenue.
Good morning and happy FridayToday will be mostly cloudy with a high of 61 degrees. Tomorrow will be colder with a high of 43 degrees and some patches of rain and snow. Look for another chance for a small coating of snow on late Sunday afternoon and a high of 39 degrees.Heres what you need to know to begin your weekend:President Donald Trump is expected to sign a bill today that would avoid a second shutdown after both the Senate and the House approved the measure last night. Trump will then
Baltimore City Paper
501 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21278 Directions
Charlie Herrick illustrations
When I first moved to Baltimore, my wife and I would walk up Park Avenue and I would point at the brownstone that hosted the old City Paper offices. Im going to work there, I would say. When I finally did, I felt like I had been Babe Ruth calling my home run. Id grown up on alt-weeklies, buying...
Photos from City Paper photographer and reporterReginald Thomas II.
Current and former staff members of theCity Paper reflect on the end of publication in the Nov. 1, 2017 issue.
City Paper photo editor J.M. Giordano shares four photos from his favorite stories hes worked on.
Baltimore Jewish Times
11459 Cronhill Dr
Owings Mills, MD 21117 Directions
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When a devastating wildfire last November almost completely destroyed two historic Jewish summer camps in Malibu, campers were left wondering whether there would be any place for them to go this summer. There is. Officials at Camp Hess Kramer and Gindling Hilltop Camp announced that they will offer their full summer program on the scenic... Read MoreThe post Camps Spirit Survives Despite Destruction appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.
Dont let their performances persuade you to believe they dont like camp. Just like school, camp requires parents to pay attention. That means read the notes that come home and know the schedule. I always found the search for camps stressful. With two girls seven years apart, it was a work in progress at best... Read MoreThe post The Summer Camps Blues appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.
Camps these days are mostly not what they used to be. From STEM and robotics studies to theater and mixed media art productions, campers neednt get a sunburn if thats not their thing. But luckily, Baltimore-area camps have plenty of options for camp purists who want to get their hands dirty. Whether its the all-nature-all-the-time... Read MoreThe post Baltimore Camps Provide Nature and Nurture appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.
What to do with that teen of yours during the lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer may be a challenge, but area summer camps offer a stimulating array of subjects to study, or hands-on workshops to keep teens engaged and learning at the same time. In a Psychology Today article by family therapist Michael Ungar,... Read MoreThe post Its Time Again for Teen Summer Camp appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.
2519 N Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21218 Directions
By Mark F. Gray, AFRO Staff Writer,mgrayafro.com Sometimes theres a change in scenery or the need for something other than home cooking that can be a swing moment in the fortune of a schools season. Such was the case for Howard and Bowie State who rebounded on the road for big MEAC and CIAA wins
By RODNEY MUHUMUZA, Associated Press RUGA SETTLEMENT, Nigeria AP Its hard to find a campaign poster in this threadbare settlement on the outskirts of the Nigerian capital, where thousands live in makeshift structures of tarpaulin and sticks of timber. From his little grocery shop, 65-year-old Jafar Ali awaits the moment a presidential contender will
By Mark F. Gray,AFRO Staff Writer,mgrayafro.com When announcing former NFL running back Tyrone Wheatley as their new head football coach, Morgan State pushed all the chips into the center of the table. Great poker players are stoic when gambling that the hand they are holding is enough to win. If the pot is great enough
By Mark F. Gray,AFRO Staff Writer,mgrayafro.com In an attempt to bring safety to one of the most dangerous stretches of highway in the state, Prince Georges County Police have begun setting up road blocks along Route 210 in southern Maryland. These sobriety check points are not only designed to catch drivers who are under the
By Mark F. Gray,AFRO Staff Writer,mgrayafro.com Marylands National Golden Gloves boxing champions reads like a whos who list of Hall of Fame talent that has made a significant impact on the sweet science. From Olympic medalists to world title holders the D.M.V.s amateur talent continues to rank elite in the sport. The future champions will
The Baltimore Sun
501 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21278 Directions
DJ Durkin was dismissed by the University of Maryland as its football coach Oct. 31, two months before the end of the year. But that did not stop Durkin from ranking first on The Baltimore Suns list of the states highest-paid employees in 2018. At $4.7 million, Durkin made more money last year...
Eight years ago, Kaitlyn Dorman was so sick with cancer she was paralyzed and her vision blurred. Dependent on a wheelchair, the little girl was confined to living on the first floor of her familys home. Now 17, Kaitlyn can walk and see clearly. And shes staring down her final months at Liberty...
Of the 362 Baltimore Police officers who participated in a recent survey, more than 40 percent said they dont feel comfortable intervening in an incident and initiating arrests without a call for service. The voluntary survey conducted by Councilman Isaac Yitzy Schleifer at the end of 2018 was...
Ever since it was announced Monday that Cleveland signed former Kansas City running back Kareem Hunt to a one-year contract some anger around town has resurfaced about the way former Ravens running back Ray Rice was treated for his domestic violence case nearly five years ago. Baltimore fans want...
Del. Brooke Lierman said Friday she is withdrawing her bill that would have allowed Baltimore to have several options for new ways to conduct elections, including moving to open primaries or a ranked choice voting system. After talking with her colleagues in the Baltimore House Delegation, Lierman,...
3800 Hooper Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211 Directions
A new survey finds three out of four Baltimore police officers feel restricted by the consent decree for reform.
With new vape-detection technology and education on the side effects of vaping, high school administrators are hoping to curb teen vaping.
Its not easy to change the way the world views individuals with Down syndrome, but there is a place in Annapolis doing just that.
This is anything but a traditional engagement ring.
President Donald Trump said Friday he is signing a national emergency to unlock billions more dollars in federal funds that Congress refused to authorize for the construction of a border wall.
WJZ CBS 13
3725 Malden Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211 Directions
The two suspects being questioned in the Jussie Smollett case are now under arrest, police said.
Investigators determined the car was intentionally set on fire Friday morning after reaching the scene to the car in the driveway.
A Catonsville man was sentenced Friday to 24 years in federal prison after obtaining child pornography using public library computers.
Joe Angel announced he is retiring on Twitter on Thursday.
Chicago police for the first time have called two men questioned in connection to the Jussie Smollett case potential suspects, but police have yet to file charges in the alleged attack in Streeterville.
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