Royal Farms stores in Baltimore, ranked — Baltimore Magazine
Laureate Education is inching closer to its IPO — Technical.ly Baltimore
Weeks after a pair of high-profile bribery and illicit campaign finance cases involving state officials, Governor Hogan has proposed a handful of measures to fight political corruption and boost government transparency.
Tulley’s Dancing Academy hasn’t been in business for decades, but the building that once housed it is poised to reopen as the latest performance center for Baltimore’s Station North Arts and Entertainment District.
Generally speaking, Port Covington stole the most attention this year among Baltimore’s potentially transformative development projects. However, the expansion of the 1.7-mile Howard Street Tunnel was not far behind, and it still remains the project that could arguably have the greatest effect on Baltimore’s economic role relative to the rest of the country.
When Catherine Pugh took office as Baltimore’s 50th mayor last week, she left behind an open seat in the Maryland Senate that she had occupied for nine years. Today, Gov. Hogan appointed her colleague in the General Assembly, Del. Barbara Robinson, to fill her shoes.