While working the cash register, Marge Stevens’ eyes reddened with tears Wednesday as the 84-year-old shop owner told customers the news. After 53 years of doing business beside Annapolis’ harbor, Stevens Hardware will close at the end of this month, after years of sagging sales.
The Baltimore school system has announced plans to close 26 school buildings in the next 10 years. The city’s school system announced the “10-year plan” on Tuesday.
This past summer, a sign quietly went up at the Wheels of Yesterday Museum announcing the cars inside were for sale, and the property itself was listed with Coldwell-Banker Real Estate. Granville Trimper’s personal automobile collection was being sold off car by car.
All Hostess plants are closing. That includes four branches in our area.
The District of Columbia has submitted a plan to close 20 schools and send students from those schools to other campuses.
A Baltimore nursing home that was the first in the state to accept AIDS patients is closing after numerous fire hazards were found during a recent state inspection.
It’s a service reduction day for state employees in Maryland.
Four recreation centers in west Baltimore are set to close this month as part of the city’s long-planned overhaul of the facilities.
The National Park Service says it is temporarily closing part of Assateague Island in Maryland to protect nesting piping plovers.
Nearly 2,000 Sparrows Point employees are preparing for pink slips as the plant’s owner searches for potential buyers.
It’s the phone call heard by thousands, sparking an Election Night controversy in the race for governor. Now 12 jurors are locked in a room trying to make a decision in the second robocall trial.
Several city community centers are set to close for good this summer. It’s a plan that will make room for more state-of-the-art rec centers. But residents fear the closures will leave kids out in the streets.