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David’s 1st and 10 Sports Bar will has its hard opening on Tuesday.
Residents opposed having a grocery store at the proposed development because of its location near Eddie’s Market of Charles Village.
What first appeared to be an April Fools Day joke, may be based in truth.
The university is considering including a grocery store as part of its Olmsted lot development.
The neighborhood community association's general membership meeting will involve another presentation from Johns Hopkins and its developer.
City businesses have already pledged to provide 276 summer jobs for residents between 16 and 21 years old.
Keswick Multicare, a nonprofit senior care facility, is using iPods to help residents with dementia.
Business, The Neighborhood Files
Residents met with representatives form Verizon and Comcast to discuss their limited options for broadband service.
An email to employees reports Johns Hopkins does not believe three of the four illnesses are related to a contaminated hot water heater.
Some community members are upset the project’s developer is considering a grocery store competing with Eddie’s Market of Charles Village.
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