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  • First-time buyers taking to the city
    First-time buyers taking to the city

    The National Association of Realtors recently reported that first-time homebuyers across the country are as scarce as they've been in 27 years, but the picture in Baltimore seems different.

  • AstraZeneca adding 300 jobs in Frederick in $200M expansion
    AstraZeneca adding 300 jobs in Frederick in $200M expansion

    British drugmaker AstraZeneca is doubling down on Maryland, spending $200 million to expand its Frederick manufacturing facility a year after shifting hundreds of out-of-state jobs to Montgomery County.

  • Plank's relationship with UMD is multilayered
    Plank's relationship with UMD is multilayered

    When the University of Maryland committed to joining the Big Ten Conference, media pundits speculated that Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank played a key role behind the scenes.

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  • The BMA turns 100
    The BMA turns 100

    The Baltimore Museum of Art owes its existence to the work of civic-minded citizens a century ago who believed that a great city was incomplete without a great art museum. And from the beginning their vision of the purpose of a great museum was to provide a place for people of every station...

  • The bogus 'rain tax' repeal
    The bogus 'rain tax' repeal

    Despite facing a bigger-than-expected budget shortfall, and although he promised a policy blackout until he takes office, Governor-elect Larry Hogan last week publicly reiterated his support for repealing Maryland's "rain tax" while meeting with fellow Republican governors in Florida. He told...

  • Obamacare: Beyond the website
    Obamacare: Beyond the website

    While it's too early to declare the new Maryland health insurance exchange website a complete success, its largely smooth launch this week offers the prospect that this open enrollment period will be focused less on the technology and more on ensuring Marylanders are getting access to high...

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  • Md. health exchange enrolls 16,700 in first week
    Md. health exchange enrolls 16,700 in first week

    The Maryland health exchange has enrolled more than 16,700 people in private insurance plans and Medicaid during what was mostly a trouble-free first week for users of the new website.

  • Maryland to expand Medicaid coverage for transgender patients
    Maryland to expand Medicaid coverage for transgender patients

    Health officials in Maryland are moving for the first time to provide transition-related health care coverage to low-income transgender residents who receive Medicaid in the state.

  • Algae virus leaves DNA footprints in human throats
    Algae virus leaves DNA footprints in human throats

    The discovery is no cause for alarm, said Dr. Robert H. Yolken, a virus expert at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center, but it's certainly odd: A bug known before only to infect green algae appears to have jumped from the plant to the animal kingdom, landing in the human throat.

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  • Prince George's County agency says it violated open meetings law

    Two statewide legal advocacy groups based in Baltimore were correct in accusing the Housing Authority of Prince George's County of violating the state open meetings law when its board met in August to approve a new budget without notifying the public.

  • Brown failed to repay $500,000 loan on time
    Brown failed to repay $500,000 loan on time

    Democratic gubernatorial candidate Anthony G. Brown, who took out a $500,000 loan from the Laborers International Union in October to keep his faltering campaign going, did not pay it off as planned, according to a financial report filed Tuesday night.

  • State regulators say Anne Arundel group home where boy died violated rules
    State regulators say Anne Arundel group home where boy died violated rules

    Maryland health regulators say they found serious violations at the group home for disabled foster children where a 10-year-old Baltimore boy died in July — including conflicting records on his care, and miscommunication between staff and the emergency responders and medical personnel who...

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