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Whats Going Next to HomeGoods in Abingdon MD
By Scott
April 10, 2017

Have you been wondering what’s going in the space being added next to HomeGoods at the far end of Constant Friendship Shopping Center in Abingdon, MD? I’ll give you a hint: what’s a place that you need to visit every year, and if you don’t, people will know it when you smile? That’s right, the dentist! More specifically, according to the flyer for the property on the shopping center’s website, Aspen Dental will be entering the space.

Bozzuto Harbor East Project

If you haven’t been downtown since the Ravens were eliminated from playoff contention, you may not have seen the project going up just outside Harbor East. It’s a 28-story mixed-use development known as “Liberty Harbor East,” built by Bozzuto Development, located at 711 S. Central Ave., but it basically takes up the entire block between Aliceanna and Fleet, just off Eden.

Scenic Manor in Havre de Grace
By Scott
January 16, 2017

If you were riding up Chapel road in Havre de Grace recently, you probably saw some bulldozers performing site work on some land across from Bulle Rock. And if you’ve been frequenting this area for a while, you probably remember this happening a few years back, only to stall at some point. Well, now it’s officially in motion, and we’re going to give you a bit of a rundown.

The development is called “...

What is Going Behind Beards Hill in Aberdeen?

If you’re like me, you’ve taken the back way to Beards Hill Plaza by coming in from Paradise Road, down past Maxa, in order to elude the traffic lights that can be a little slow. With the construction on Route 22, it has become even slower to get through the area, so scurrying down what once was a back road was always a little faster.

That’s about to change.

The huge swath of land behind Beards Hill, just across from the Jiffy Lube, has been cleared, and is now quietly ...

Next to Harbor Shops in Havre de Grace
By Scott
November 7, 2016

I remember as a kid, one of my favorite cartoons was The Flintstones. For those of us old enough, you’ll recall that Fred worked at a quarry, using one of those massive earth-moving machines. One of my most vivid memories was how he reacted when the whistle blew at the end of the day and it was time to go home!

I couldn’t help but think about the cartoon when I saw the massive rocks being shoved around in the picture below, which is ...