The former Baltimore Marine Hospital on Wyman Park Drive, targeted for demolition as recently as 2008, will instead be renovated for academic use by the Johns Hopkins University.
Remington Wine Company, an up-market liquor store in a W. 29th Street building owned by Seawall Development, closed for good today, the business posted on Facebook, citing “financial circumstances both beyond our control and of our own making.”
Standing before about two dozen people and a handful of Johns Hopkins University officials on Tuesday night, Phong Le said he didn’t get to chat with his Remington neighbors before learning of the institution’s plan to create its own private police force.
The Greater Remington Improvement Association is throwing a festival this spring to celebrate the North Baltimore neighborhood’s 100-year history and recent resurgence.
A group of thieves stole a woman’s car at gunpoint in broad daylight in Remington yesterday morning, Johns Hopkins security officials say.
Mervo Culinary Students Launch Their Own Pop-Up Burger Joint, ‘Noisy Burger,’ at Remington’s R. House
Through next Tuesday, a group of industrious culinary students from Baltimore’s Mergenthaler Vocational Technical High School will be running their own burger joint in Remington. It’s called Noisy Burger, and the food is delicious.
Urban Landscape: Deciding the Fate of Camden Station; Trader Joe’s Moves Within Towson; Monument City Brewing Opens in Highlandtown, Robert Kanigel on Jane Jacobs
Should partly vacant Camden Station be rented out as office space, or should the state hold out for a one-of-a-kind use that could draw people to Oriole Park at Camden Yards? What would that use be? What role should the Baltimore Orioles play in making the decision?