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157-unit Apartment building in Roland Park unveiled

Plans for a seven-story luxury apartment building planned for a hidden corner of Roland Park were unveiled Thursday before the city’s design panel.

The Overlook at Roland Park would stretch 500 feet on three acres at Falls Road and Northern Parkway, behind another apartment development, the 700-foot long Belvedere Tower. 52 more words

The daily grind: Columbia, Baltimore commute times among worst in country, study shows

Baltimore-area drivers know full well that Interstate 83 can be a mess during the morning and afternoon commutes. But if you’ve grown tired of going up and down the JFX every day, at least be thankful you don’t have to drive into Columbia. 62 more words

Here are the 5 largest engineering firms in Greater Baltimore

Gov. Larry Hogan’s announcement of the $765 million project to build a new Harry W. Nice Memorial Bridge involves a joint venture between two of the top Baltimore area engineering firms. 67 more words

Reduce the Risk of an Unoccupied Home with Residential Property Management Baltimore

No doubt that vacant property is enticing for the criminals and crime area.  They can make it their own place for living which would be very dangerous for you as well as the citizen of the nearest areas.  477 more words

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Sick leave bill advances in General Assembly

A bill that would require Maryland employers to provide many of their workers the opportunity to earn paid sick time cleared a key hurdle in the General Assembly Thursday. 28 more words

A Life Saving Decision?

Today in History, February 23: 1861 – President elect Abraham Lincoln arrives at Washington DC’s Willard Hotel. He had intended to travel to Baltimore on his trip from Illinois to DC, but his wife and an ardent supporter, Chicago Detective Allan Pinkerton talked him out of the Baltimore stop. 87 more words

Baltimore, Howard County act on electronic weapons ban in face of lawsuit

Baltimore officials are considering repealing a law that bans people from owning or using Tasers and stun guns after a federal judge intervened Thursday.

Chief Judge Catherine C. 40 more words

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