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  • Former owner of John Steven Ltd. hopes to open a new bar, The Penny Black

    Former owner of John Steven Ltd. hopes to open a new bar, The Penny Black
    The former owner of John Steven Ltd. in Fells Point is hoping to bring the space back to its former glory under a new name, The Penny Black. Chuck Doering, who opened John Steven Ltd. and owned the seafood restaurant and bar from 1978-2006, was recently cleaning out the space and said he is waiting on bank loans and bankruptcy court to decide if he can go ahead with the new tavern, named for his daughter Eliza's band of the same name.
  • Accused Money-Launderer's Lawyer Says His Client No Longer Owns Payment-Processor Electracash

    As federal authorities continue their Maryland-based investigation into online gambling, the lawyer for one of the two people charged in the probe—Edward Courdy, accused last year of laundering illegal gambling proceeds—tells City Paper that a...

    Happy (belated) Gramm Leach Bliley Day

    Yesterday (Nov. 12) was the 10th anniversary of the signing ceremony for the Gramm Leach Bliley Act. Though hailed at the time as a great breakthrough in financial regulatory reform—headlines predicted the coming time of consumer plenty, big savings...

    Department of Legislative Audits Reviews Rosewood Closure

    A report released yesterday by the state Office of Legislative Audits revealed the results of an audit of the Rosewood Center, a state-run facility in Baltimore County that provided treatment to developmentally disabled individuals until it closed its...'s Payment Processor Targeted in Latest On-Line Gambling Seizures in Maryland

    As the Maryland-based federal probe of on-line gambling continues, the latest move to show up in court records in Baltimore is the seizure of $365,366.69 from two bank accounts in the name of Atrium Financial Group (AFG). According to the affidavit in the...