Does anyone still read the newspaper?
On a daily basis "The Examiner" shows up somewhere in my yard for free, but rarely do I have time to read it, so it goes straight into the recycling bin. Yesterday, while trying to coach pureed sweet potatoes into my son, I actually had a chance to read what was in the news.
How exciting the impending development in the Dundalk area and the destruction of crime and drug ridden areas that cause a blight in the community,
The County Council has approved the $14.5 million purchase of 46 buildings in the 56-building complex and county officials are in negotiations with the remaining property owners.
The county intends to allow a private developer to rebuild on the 8-acre site, after a process known as a "charrette," which allows residents to approve what is built and the developer to bypass traditional zoning and development procedures.
If only the rumours to build a NASCAR track in Sparrows Point were true too.