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  • Downtown reports job gains in 2013

    Downtown reports job gains in 2013
    The number of jobs in downtown Baltimore topped pre-recession levels for the first time last year, according to an annual report to be released Thursday. Downtown employment rose to about 122,000 in 2013, up 8 percent from 2012 and 7 percent since 2007,...
  • Don't zone liquor stores out of business [Letter]

    Don't zone liquor stores out of business [Letter]
    In response to the Jan 13th article, "Key councilman says city shouldn't zone long time liquor stores out of business" (Jan. 13) I would like to say that I strongly agree with Councilman Ed Reisinger. I am a long-time resident (over 30 years) of Charles...
  • Plan for Federal Hill apartment building draws concerns about parking

    Plan for Federal Hill apartment building draws concerns about parking
    A proposal to build a nine-story, 305-unit apartment complex on Key Highway in front of the Digital Harbor High School prompted questions about parking and building scale at a city meeting Thursday. Alliance Residential Company has the property, located...
  • Blue Moon Cafe adding Federal Hill location

    Blue Moon Cafe adding Federal Hill location
    Blue Moon Cafe, the Fells Point cafe known for its hearty brunches and long, long waits for a table on weekends, is adding a location in Federal Hill. “It will be exactly the same Blue Moon,” owner Sarah Simington said. “With the...
  • Conway moves to stop liquor licenses in Belvedere

    Conway moves to stop liquor licenses in Belvedere
    A powerful city senator has amended legislation in Annapolis to ban any new liquor licenses in a North Baltimore neighborhood — a move that is drawing criticism from opponents who say it should have been aired in public first. State Sen. Joan...
  • Homes that pass the sniff test

    Homes that pass the sniff test
    Although she has a full house — two dogs, one cat and twin 2-year-old daughters — Erin Proctor's Roland Park home smells great, she promises, even in the dead of winter, when the heat is cranked up and fresh air drifting through open windows...
  • Pandora looks to expand presence, brand

    Pandora looks to expand presence, brand
    Shoppers have come to know the Pandora name for glittering displays of customized sterling bracelets and gemstone charms sold by jewelers or the company's own retailers. But the Danish company kept a lower profile for its Maryland connection — a U....
  • Claddagh Pub to open new location near Ocean City

    Claddagh Pub to open new location near Ocean City
    Claddagh Pub and Restaurant, the popular Canton favorite, is opening a new location near Ocean City just in time for summer. Paul Cuda, Claddagh’s general manager, says if construction permits, the bar hopes to open its second outlet in May at...
  • City zoning board denies proposal for Federal Hill beer garden

    City zoning board denies proposal for Federal Hill beer garden
    The city's zoning board on Tuesday denied an appeal by a Federal Hill group to create an open-air beer garden across from the Cross Street Market. Board members voted 3-2 to grant conditional approval to the courtyard beer garden in the first block of...
  • City street-sweeping expansion to rely on cooperation, not enforcement

    City street-sweeping expansion to rely on cooperation, not enforcement
    Neighborhood streets far from downtown will receive regular street sweeping for the first time starting next month. But residents won't see signs telling them when to move their cars off the street. They also won't face fines or towing for failure to do...
  • City Council approves tax breaks for historic properties

    City Council approves tax breaks for historic properties
    The Baltimore City Council gave preliminary approval Monday for two more years of tax breaks for developers rehabbing historic properties — despite concerns that the program is riddled with errors and amounts to a giveaway to developers who would...