The South Baltimore Little League 11U team won the District 4 Championship on Wednesday. The 11U team defeated Greenbelt 19-5 in the championship
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Getty ImagesThe 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 5.7% for the week ending June 30, according to data released by Freddie Mac on Thursday.
A “grassroots” coalition called Renew Baltimore is launching a petition effort to lower Baltimore City’s property tax rate. If the petition
New Nail Salon Opens in Federal Hill Nails & Spa Lounge has opened at 1102 S. Charles St. in a 1,150 sq. ft. retail suite in the Wheelhouse
Federal Hill resident Joshua Strassner opened strength gym South Baltimore Strength Club in April. The gym is in a two-story garage, which was
Getty ImagesThe numbers: The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller 20-city index posted a 21.2% year-over-year gain in April, up slightly from 21.1% in
There are some things in life you can’t avoid, but only two things you can’t avoid paying for: taxes and interest payments. In Part 1 of this
Fast casual South Indian concept Krishna Aunty is opening in the next couple of weeks at Cross Street Market in Federal Hill. Krishna Aunty will fill
Getty ImagesThe numbers: U.S. new home sales rose 10.7% to a seasonally-adjusted rate of 696,000 in May, from a sharply revised 629,000 in the prior
In February, Atlas Restaurant Group took a larger role in the operations and marketing of Cross Street Market and now the team will be reactivating
Copper Shark, a bourbon-focused restaurant with seasonal American fare, opened this month at the Foundry on Fort Avenue complex at 921 E. Fort Ave.
Many home buyers start their search for a new home by looking online. In most cases, this gives them a chance to meet a real estate agent they can
Local hospitality veterans Doug Campbell, Michael Leeds, and Spike Owen are opening EAT at the former In Like Flynn Tavern at 1371 Andre St. in
Getty ImagesThe numbers: U.S. existing-home sales fell 3.4% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.41 million in May, the National Association of
“Nothing in this world is certain except death and taxes.” Benjamin Franklin said this in 1789, and it’s just as true now as it was then.