A nearly century-old bridge spanning part of the Loch Raven Reservoir in Cockeysville will cost $941,000 to repair, according to city spending board documents for this week.
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Officials last night closed the Warren Road bridge spanning part of the Loch Raven Reservoir for emergency repair work, the Baltimore Department of Transportation announced yesterday.
Baltimore City owns and maintains the Cockeysville bridge, one of four that crosses over the reservoir, a major supplier of drinking water for city residents.
During what’s already proven to be a tumultuous week for the controversy-prone superstar fighter, Conor McGregor was spotted in the unlikeliest of places on Thursday when he paid a visit to Cranbrook Liquors in Baltimore County.
By Simone Ellin
For generations of Baltimore area bar mitzvah boys and their families, buying a suit for their special occasion at Cohen’s Clothiers has been part of that rite of passage.
But on Jan. 12, the family-owned Cockeysville retailer announced on its website and Facebook page it will close its doors after 115 years in business.
The Whit Harvey Group sells homes. Fast. They’re tapped into the Baltimore real estate market and put experience to work in getting the job done strategically. Here’s a little behind the scenes in how they work:
In the second construction-related workplace death in the Baltimore area this week, a man died Friday morning after getting pinned after falling down an elevator shaft in Cockeysville.
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