Old, notorious and dangerous. And now it’s coming down. Maryland’s House of Correction in Jessup is being demolished cell block by cell block.
The Montgomery County agricultural fair is winding to a close.
Construction crews take down one of Baltimore County’s abandoned buildings. The vacant distillery was causing widespread flooding.
Demolition begins at the Mall in Columbia Monday.
Say goodbye to the old Solo Cup factory. Developers begin making way for new stores and offices coming to Owings Mills.
The new owners of the Sparrows Point steel mill outside Baltimore say they have closed the deal and are looking for operators for all or part of the four-square-mile property.
Officials in Prince George’s County are tearing down 26 vacant apartment buildings.
Baltimore’s historical preservation commission has said it disapproves of the demolition of the downtown Morris A. Mechanic Theater.
Responding to complaints, the city is targeting vacant homes to demolish. Mike Schuh reports on the success of one community in the northeast.
Officials at Aberdeen Proving Ground have halted a demolition project after trace amounts of a World War I chemical warfare agent were found at the site.
The Maryland Board of Public Works has approved demolishing the president’s residence at the University of Maryland, College Park, in order to make way for a new mansion.
A local landmark is no more. Demolition was completed Wednesday on the Mt. Washington Tavern.