Final Design Approved for Rash Field Overlook and Pavilion — SouthBmore.com
Hackers Won’t Let Up in Their Attack on U.S. Cities — The Wall Street Journal
Following in Philadelphia’s footsteps with its LandCare program, Baltimore is undertaking a lot-greening effort along the Frederick and Pennsylvania Avenue corridors.
Following at least a decade of planning, and nearly four years after designs were first made public, the city is finally moving forward on a new water taxi terminal on Pier 1 in the Inner Harbor.
Trusted with fixing up and modernizing Lexington Market on downtown’s Westside, Seawall Development is kicking off a series of town hall meetings with locals to hear what they want out of the redo of the 237-year-old marketplace.
After four years at 10 W. Eager St. in Mount Vernon, and more than three decades combined in Baltimore City, the owners of Nouveau Home and Interior Design are closing up shop on their retail operation.
After years of delayed and unfinished renovations at Harborplace, an exodus of vendors and, as of this week, the shopping plaza being placed into receivership, Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young says he would rather see the whole thing razed and replaced than continue to flounder.
“I would like to see it really torn down and redone,” Young said at his weekly press briefing this morning. “That would be my preference. But you know, it all costs money.”