Montgomery County Officials Warn Of Scam LetterOfficials in Montgomery County are warning property owners not to be fooled by a letter that tells them they can pay $99 to petition to have their property tax assessment reviewed.
Sale Of Sparrows Point Property In Works Court documents indicate that a change of ownership is in the works for the former Sparrows Point steel mill property in Baltimore.
Teen Charged For Breaking Into VehiclePolice have charged a man with theft for breaking into a vehicle and taking property.
3 Landover Men Accused In Dozens Of Copper TheftsThree Prince George's County men are accused of dozens of copper thefts that police say caused more than $700,000 in damage.
Billion Dollar Development Would Close Gap Between Fells Point & Harbor EastA billion dollar development proposed for the Baltimore harbor is in the works. Harbor Point would take its place between Fells Point and Harbor East.
Md. Comptroller Gives Gov. O'Malley $271 Unclaimed Property Check For once, Gov. Martin O'Malley got a pleasant surprise from Comptroller Peter Franchot at the start of a Board of Public Works meeting.
Baltimore Law Firm To Represent Families Signing On To Wis. Pipeline Spill SuitMore than 90 families in the Town of Jackson, Wisc. have signed on to a planned lawsuit over a pipeline spill.
Baltimore Council Approves Property Tax Cut PlanThe Baltimore City Council has approved Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's proposed property tax cut legislation.
6 Reasons To Hire A Property ManagerThe National Association of Residential Property Managers shares some valuable advice.
Terrapin Run Developers Hope To Sell Md. PropertyAn Allegany County official says a legal battle over the hotly disputed Terrapin Run housing development in rural western Maryland may be coming to an end.
Maryland Expands Enterprise Zones, Creates OneMaryland is designating an area around Woodlawn as an enterprise zone, where businesses that make property improvements and hire new workers can be eligible for income and property tax credits.
Hearing In Suit Over $1.6B Baltimore State CenterAttorneys defending a $1.6 billion redevelopment of State Center say Baltimore business and property owners suing to halt the project waited too long to object.