A Howard County farm family is seeking to become the first in Maryland to reclaim development rights it voluntarily sold to the state decades ago.
Baltimore County may require pet cemetery owners to tell their customers about plans to sell or lease their graveyards for development.
A Queen Anne’s County judge has refused to dismiss a suit challenging the rezoning of more than 500 rural acres to permit development.
A 30-year plan to link two parts of Baltimore County is one mile closer to reality.
Officials in Prince George’s County are providing information this week on a $50 million economic development incentive fund.
A Baltimore judge has dismissed a counterclaim by state officials against downtown property owners opposing the $1.6 billion State Center development.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is joining conservation groups and Queen Anne’s County residents in challenging a decision to permit development on about 600 rural acres.
Maryland’s Department of Housing and Community Development is moving from its current location in Anne Arundel County to a new building in New Carrollton.
A Maryland analysis has found that developed lands in the state increased 8.4 percent between 2002 and 2010.
An ambitious development plan for Washington’s New York Avenue that fell victim to the real estate bubble could see new life after a foreclosure.
Gov. Martin O’Malley will be discussing economic development and transportation priorities in a speech to the Maryland Chamber of Commerce.
Gov. Martin O’Malley and other elected leaders will be at the site of the future interchange between Interstate 95 and the Intercounty Connector for an economic development announcement.