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Mad River Bar & Grill In Federal Hill Closes For A Rebranding And Renovations

The Mad River Bar & Grill in Federal Hill is set to move forward with renovations and a rebranding. The new venue is expected to open within three months, said operating partner David Yike. Yike declined to describe or name … Continue reading

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Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission Approved First Marijuana Operation

On Wednesday, the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission voted unanimously to grant final approval to ForwardGro, a company that operates a 2-acre warehouse in Anne Arundel County. The company is permitted to start cultivating marijuana immediately. It has been over four … Continue reading

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New York Mayor Bill de Blasio’ Plan To Close Rikers Island Jail May Not Get Off The Ground

Last week, Democrat Mayor Bill de Blasio unveiled his plans to close Rikers Island Jail, saying a drop in inmate population and a 9 percent drop in crime could allow the city to move forward in closing the troubled facility. … Continue reading

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Recent Study Shows In 2016 Baltimore Issued Nearly 340,000 Parking Fines

A recent study released by the Law Offices of Randolph Rice shows Baltimore issued parking tickets for a variety of violations in 2016, the nearly 340,000 fines totaled up to over $16 million. The most common offense, parking meter violations, … Continue reading

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Cathedral Street Closed Due To An Infrastructure Failure

America’s infrastructure has come under scrutiny, with sinkholes opening up in various cities throughout the country. Many experts and citizens are beginning to question the safety of roads and bridges. With the infrastructure life in the slow lane, many drivers … Continue reading

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