Ed Gunts’ “Urban Landscape” column with details about Agora’s acquisition of two buildings on Charles Street captivated the largest number of our readers this week. Click here to read about the renovation project and move-in, as well as other recent news in Baltimore real estate and development.
Here were our other most popular posts during the week of Nov. 19-25.
Ed Gunts — Susan Souders Obrecht, Former Baltimore Magazine Owner, Dies at 61 — Thursday, Nov. 17
Ethan McLeod — The Urban Pirates Are Bringing Warm Meals to Sailors Stranded in the Harbor — Thursday, Nov. 17
Cynthia McIntyre — Hampden’s Most Expensive House: Giant Flip Asks $400K – More Than Triple The Sold Price — Tuesday, Nov. 22
Ethan McLeod — Baltimore Teacher Fired After Shouting at Students, Using N-Word – Thursday, Nov. 17
Ethan McLeod — After ‘Trump 2016’ Vandalism, Curtis Bay Company Donates Replacement Sign to Ellicott City Farm Stand — Friday, Nov. 18
Ethan McLeod — Dog Stolen in Remington Burglary Returned Home Within Two Days — Friday, Nov. 18
Kit Pollard — Hot Plate: Nacho Mama’s Opens in Towson, RegionAle Opens in Ellicott City, OyFest at Union Craft — Friday, Nov. 18
Five Boys’ Latin Seniors Commit to Play NCAA Division I Lacrosse — Thursday, Nov. 17
Ethan McLeod — Police Have Tracked Down Missing UMD Student in Texas, and She’s OK — Wednesday, Nov. 16
Latest posts by Ethan McLeod (see all)
- Friday Afternoon Headlines: O’s new GM hire now official; Man who yelled ‘Heil Hitler! Heil Trump!’ says he’s sorry; and more - November 16, 2018
- Baltimore’s next police commissioner: Joel Fitzgerald, out of Fort Worth, Texas - November 16, 2018
- Friday Morning Headlines: Jury acquits man accused of murdering Baltimore Tattoo Museum employee; Students push Hopkins, UMD to sever relationships with ICE; and more - November 16, 2018