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  • Hippies invade Ellicott City [History Matters]

    July 1970
  • Baltimore seeks developers for Howard Street block

    Baltimore seeks developers for Howard Street block
    The city said Tuesday it is looking for proposals from developers interested in buying and reviving a lifeless section of the once vital Howard Street commercial corridor. The 20-city owned properties, all but one of them vacant, lie on the eastern side...

    Unique, and uniquely expensive, Baltimore hotel to open soon

    Inside the Ivy Hotel at North Calvert and East Biddle streets, a curved staircase rises three stories past leaded windows, leading to rooms with canopied beds, fireplaces and bathrooms with heated French limestone floors and deep tubs. Set to open in...

    Capital Teas stays on Main Street

    A short-term solution has turned into a long-term stay for Capital Teas, which has signed a five-year lease on Main Street. The shop had previously been on 6 Cornhill St., but construction in that area limited customers' access this winter. So this year,...

    Odenton/Gambrills: Council honors four police officer with annual awards

    Odenton/Gambrills: Council honors four police officer with annual awards
    Four Anne Arundel County Police Department officers from the Western District were awarded Officer of Merit Awards for 2014 by the Western District Police-Community Relations Council. The presentations were made on March 11 by council President Rusty...