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Downtown (Baltimore, Maryland)

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  • State Center pledge continues back-and-forth on city project

    State Center pledge continues back-and-forth on city project
    Proponents of an ambitious plan to redevelop the city's largest state government complex gathered Saturday to pledge that the project's benefits would be shared among surrounding communities and disputed a recent report critical of the roughly $1.5...
  • Annapolis native Bosley-Reynolds shines in Toby's 'Xanadu'

    Fans of Annapolis native and longtime local leading man David Bosley-Reynolds can catch his Olympian performance as Zeus along with his dual role as solid businessman Danny Maguire in Toby's Baltimore Dinner Theatre's area premiere of "Xanadu." Always...
  • Rappel for Kidney Health - Taking Fundraising to New Heights

    Rappel for Kidney Health - Taking Fundraising to New Heights
    The National Kidney Foundation of Maryland held its second annual Rappel for Kidney Health event June 18 at the Canton Crossing Tower in Downtown Baltimore's Canton community. People of all ages rappeled down the 17-story building to raise money for the...
  • New Harford library trustees, foundation board members named

    New Harford library trustees, foundation board members named
    Three new members have been appointed to the Harford County Public Library Board of Trustees and to the Harford County Public Library Foundation. Alex M. Allman, Bruce M. Smith and student representative Cara Reilly were appointed to the trustees board...
  • Judge denies state's motion to dismiss State Center suit

    Baltimore Circuit Court Judge Althea M. Handy on Wednesday denied a state motion to dismiss a lawsuit over the $1.5 billion State Center proposal, a controversial redevelopment of a state government complex in midtown Baltimore. Downtown commercial...
  • Franchot pulls support from $1.5 billion State Center project

    Franchot pulls support from $1.5 billion State Center project
    Comptroller Peter Franchot has told state officials he will no longer support the proposed $1.5 billion State Center project, arguing that redevelopment of the aging state government complex in midtown Baltimore would plunge Maryland taxpayers into deeper...
  • Pro skateboarder Bucky Lasek returning to Maryland a hometown hero

    Pro skateboarder Bucky Lasek returning to Maryland a hometown hero
    Bucky Lasek, dressed like a typical skateboarder in a plaid button-up and khaki pants, is in disguise. "I just grew this beard and mustache," said Lasek, pointing to his scruffy facial hair. "I think that's why people don't recognize me." Over lunch...
  • Werner's serves up its last lunch Friday

    Werner's serves up its last lunch Friday
    Werner's luncheonette, a downtown fixture since 1950 that was a gathering spot for politicians and lawyers as well as office workers and citizens serving jury duty, is closing Friday. Coming just a few months after the demise of Burke's restaurant, the...
  • Preservation will revitalize Baltimore's West Side

    Preservation will revitalize Baltimore's West Side
    As confirmed by a recent report of the Urban Land Institute, the historic and architectural significance and integrity of Baltimore City's West Side is its greatest asset and key to successful and sustainable revitalization. A preservation-based...
  • Schaefer making one final tour through Baltimore

    Schaefer making one final tour through Baltimore
    William Donald Schaefer — the former mayor, governor and comptroller who left an indelible mark on Baltimore — is back in the city for one last tour Monday afternoon. His body was being driven by motorcade past old haunts and spots...
  • Rawlings-Blake puts cronyism over the people's interest

    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake asked in her Sunday (May 1) op-ed piece "What would William Donald Schaefer do" with the city's loss of jobs, corporate headquarters and business. The answer is simple. He would have found ways to address those problems...