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  • New grocer coming to Charles Street

    New grocer coming to Charles Street
    A gourmet grocer is planning to open in the Charles Street space that has been empty since Fresh & Greens closed at the end of 2013, development officials said Thursday.
  • Op-Alt: The latest plans for a revamped McKeldin Plaza leave a few things out

    Op-Alt: The latest plans for a revamped McKeldin Plaza leave a few things out
    As previously reported by City Paper, the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore (DPB)¬† is leading an effort to demolish the Inner Harbor’s McKeldin Fountain. The fountain is a monument to former Mayor and Governor Theodore McKeldin, and sits in a...

    Hope and helplessness as agencies try to speed aid to city neighborhoods

    Hope and helplessness as agencies try to speed aid to city neighborhoods
    Local agencies and foundations are reviewing an outpouring of demand from Baltimore businesses and neighborhoods for support after last month's unrest with a combination of hope and helplessness. The United Way, the Baltimore Community Foundation and...

    Downtown's 'free speech zone' under threat

    Downtown's 'free speech zone' under threat
    What is your dream to make the Inner Harbor spectacular and memorable for you and your family? Well, Downtown Partnership President Kirby Fowler and those in city hall don't care. The recent Baltimore protests have taught me that residents of this town...

    COPT in 'prove-me mode'

    The CEO of Corporate Office Properties Trust said Thursday the firm is in "prove-me mode," as it adapts its portfolio to serve a workforce more interested in an urban setting, while its longstanding government contractor tenants face slower growth. The...