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  • State Center backers dismiss recent setbacks

    State Center backers dismiss recent setbacks
    A vision to create a 21st-century urban village in midtown Baltimore has faced more potential setbacks in the past month than perhaps at any time in the decade-long effort to transform State Center, the aging state government office complex along...
  • County Council votes down tax break for swim clubs

    Pool volunteers perched on the edge of their seats and others in green shirts supporting Watermont Frogs held their hands to their faces Thursday as the County Council voted down a tax-relief measure for nonprofit swim clubs. At the final council hearing...
  • Insurance exchanges will help Md.'s small businesses

    Insurance exchanges will help Md.'s small businesses
    For millions of small business owners in Maryland and across the country, the health insurance market is broken. Because there's so little transparency, shopping for coverage can be a headache. And small companies can pay up to 18 percent more than...
  • Immigration debate splits Marylanders

    Immigration debate splits Marylanders
    At a tidy jail in Frederick County, Sheriff Chuck Jenkins and his deputies have helped federal authorities identify nearly 1,000 illegal immigrants for deportation in the past three years. In a renovated mansion in Prince George's County, Casa de...
  • Some sewer assessments reduced

    Some sewer assessments reduced
    Some La CaƱada homeowners will be in for a pleasant surprise when they get their property tax assessments this year — hundreds of dollars off their sewer assessments. Property owners in Sewer Assessment District 04-1, which comprises Sewer...
  • Durbin says tax reform must be part of future deficit talks

    Durbin says tax reform must be part of future deficit talks
    With the nation getting a temporary reprieve from Washington’s partisan battles over debt and deficit reduction, U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin said today that Democrats will continue to press the issue of tax reform and new revenue as part of the next...
  • Senator Theatre's operators get OK on renovation

    Senator Theatre's operators get OK on renovation
    Operators of the Senator Theatre won approval from the city's historical preservation board Tuesday to renovate the North Baltimore landmark and expand it with three new screens and a wine bar. The city's Commission for Historical and Architectural...
  • Home sales rose, prices fell in Baltimore area in July

    Home sales rose, prices fell in Baltimore area in July
    As if foreclosures, high unemployment and tight credit weren't enough, would-be homebuyers in the Baltimore region got more fodder for wariness Wednesday as the Dow Jones industrial average plunged more than 500 points and a new local report showed...
  • Baltimore needs the federal housing tax credit

    Baltimore needs the federal housing tax credit
    The ongoing housing and jobs crises were submerged by the saga over what to do about federal debt. Unfortunately, with triggers in place for deeper cuts, the solution to the debt saga may come at the expense of a successful public/private partnership that...
  • Government lays out health insurance exchange details

    Government lays out health insurance exchange details
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The government on Friday laid out incentives for states and people to participate in health insurance exchanges, including tax credits and funding grants for the states. Health regulators also clarified how they expect states to...
  • Vacant city houses get property tax break meant for owner-occupied homes

    Vacant city houses get property tax break meant for owner-occupied homes
    Property tax breaks meant to encourage homeownership have been awarded to 465 vacant houses in Baltimore, depriving the city of uncollected revenue in a difficult budget year and calling into question past promises from city officials to crack down on tax...