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Economy
4:02 pm
Fri April 18, 2014

Maryland Jobs Numbers For March: Meh

Governor O'Malley (right) and Domino Sugar refinery manager Stu FitzGibbon in January.
Credit Christopher Connelly / WYPR

Today the federal government announced March jobs numbers for states and localities. The Bureau of Labor Statistics said that Maryland added 2,3oo jobs in March, and that February’s reported loss of 600 jobs was revised to a 1,000 job gain. Both months helped to make up for the 6,100 jobs lost in January.

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Jobs
5:15 am
Fri March 28, 2014

'Vehicles For Change' Definitely on a Roll

Credit Jean-jacques QUEYRIE via flickr

'Vehicles For Change' Definitely on a Roll

In a tidy combination business office, used car lot and detailing center, Vehicles for Change offers a simple solution to poverty and the financial struggle.

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Business
3:58 pm
Fri March 21, 2014

Daily Record Parent's Bankruptcy Again Raises Concern For Local News

The Daily Record's front page on Friday, March 21, 2014.
Bret Jaspers WYPR

Here we go again.

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Development
5:15 am
Wed March 12, 2014

"Main Street" Project May Accelerate Change In Remington

Baltimore Glass Company, at the corner of Remington Avenue and 27th Street.
Bret Jaspers WYPR

Main Street" Project May Accelerate Change In Remington

Just three blocks north of a planned Walmart, a second project hopes to be the neighborhood’s “Main Street.” 

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Development
5:00 am
Tue March 11, 2014

Why Walmart Is Still Not A Reality In Remington

Fawcett Street in Remington, about a block away from where a proposed Walmart will have its loading docks.
Bret Jaspers WYPR

Why Walmart Is Still Not A Reality In Remington

The Remington neighborhood in North Baltimore is about to get two big development projects: 25th St Station, anchored by the mega-retailer Walmart, and a main street-style mixed use project called Remington Row. Some embrace the change, some warily accept it, some want design adjustments, and others outright oppose it.

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