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  • Little Patuxent Square complex to begin

    Officials plan to mark the start of the first new office building in downtown Columbia in more than a decade, with a formal groundbreaking Tuesday on a nine-story, roughly $75 million complex of apartments, offices and shops near Lake Kittamaqundi. LPP...
  • General Assembly makes first move to speed funds for Hampton veteran care center

    One of the first bills on the next General Assembly's to-do list will be funding for a long-delayed Veterans Care Center in Hampton, as well as a similar center in Northern Virginia. House Majority Leader M. Kirkland Cox's proposal would use some...
  • Midwestern University expanding Downers Grove campus

     Midwestern University expanding Downers Grove campus
    Midwestern University will add a new office and classroom building and an apartment building to its Downers Grove campus. Downers Grove Village Council members voted unanimously this week to allow the two new structures at the 105-acre campus at 555...
  • Senior housing plan moves forward in Woodridge

     Senior housing plan moves forward in Woodridge
    The Illinois Housing Development Authority awarded $1.4 million in low-income housing tax credits last month for a proposed senior living community in Woodridge. The Alden Foundation, a health care and senior living provider, will likely begin...
  • Rooftop owners agree not to sue Cubs if only 2 signs

    Rooftop owners agree not to sue Cubs if only 2 signs
    Six weeks after the Chicago Cubs told rooftop owners they were done negotiating, the rooftop businesses are looking to strike a deal over signs at Wrigley Field. Two owners said Thursday that the rooftop businesses have agreed not to sue the team if...
  • Watergate's 'Deep Throat' garage faces the wrecking ball

    A concrete reminder of the Watergate scandal is about to disappear. The Rosslyn, Va., garage where the source "Deep Throat" passed information to Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward will face the wrecking ball. Arlington County officials have...
  • Harford endorsements [Editorial]

    Harford endorsements  [Editorial]
    The Sun makes endorsements in the following races in Harford County: District 7 The only contested primary race in District 7 is among the Republicans seeking seats in the House of Delegates, where the three incumbents are challenged by two...
  • Hopeful But Wary: Will Promising Signs For Home Construction Fizzle Once Again?

    Hopeful But Wary: Will Promising Signs For Home Construction Fizzle Once Again?
    PLAINVILLE — Home builder Johnny Carrier savors the nail gun's staccato tap-tap as two workers finish piecing together two-by-fours at Samuel's Crossing near the Plainville-Farmington line. Carpenters hoist up the wall frame for the colonial,...
  • Bomb-making suspect pleads not guilty; police to burn mobile home

    Bomb-making suspect pleads not guilty; police to burn mobile home
    A man pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges of making a bomb and having explosive materials in a Cathedral City mobile home, which police plan to burn, according to authorities. Cathedral City police went to the home about 1:45 a.m. Tuesday after...
  • Downtown L.A. building boom stretching west of financial district

    Downtown L.A. building boom stretching west of financial district
    The downtown Los Angeles building boom is spreading outward. Construction has begun on a 648-unit apartment complex just west of the financial district, in yet another example of downtown's resurgence expanding beyond the neighborhood's traditional...
  • Commentary: Costa Mesa needs an affordable housing plan

    I have recently seen a flurry of articles about future development in Costa Mesa. Should the city allow changes that revitalize areas that may be ready for such change, even if that change negatively affects the quality of life of the neighboring...