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Baltimore To Sell Senator Theatre To Operators

The city of Baltimore plans to sell the historic Senator Theatre to its current operators.


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Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool Poised To Reopen

The reflecting pool on the National Mall in front of the Lincoln Memorial is about to reopen after a two-year, $34 million reconstruction.



Skipper’s Pier Restaurant Closing For Renovations

Skipper’s is closed for renovations, but the seafood buffet and $2 crab specials will remain.


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Phase 1 Of Ocean City Boardwalk Work Almost Done

Crews are finishing the first phase of the Ocean City boardwalk reconstruction project.


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Brown To Speak At Celebration For Addiction Center

Government officials and private funders are scheduled to celebrate upgrades to an addiction treatment and recovery center in Worcester County.


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Baltimore City Council Committee Hears Arguments For & Against A Bottle Tax Hike

The battle is brewing over a proposed increase in the bottle tax in Baltimore City. Wednesday night, both sides sounded off in front of the city council.


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Md. Man Charged With Illegally Renovating Rowhome

A man is facing criminal charges for renovating his mother’s Baltimore rowhouse without the required permits.


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Possible $65M Renovation Of 2 Travel Plazas On I-95 To Bring Hundreds Of Jobs

Finding a little comfort on the road could soon come with a little more glitz.


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Baltimore’s Harborplace To Be Renovated To Emphasize Waterfront Views

After 31 years, the construction project that transformed downtown Baltimore is being renovated.


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Darley Park Neighborhood Taking Steps To Make Streets Safer

Plagued by crime, drugs and vacant buildings, one East Baltimore community is taking steps to make their streets safer.


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Fort Howard To Be Turned Into Town Center

One of the most historic sites in the Baltimore area, Fort Howard, now stands in ruin. But the spot where the British invaded in 1812, will soon be the home of a half billion dollar town center.