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  • BDC boosts lending in 2014
    BDC boosts lending in 2014

    The amount of money loaned by the city’s economic development arm more than quadrupled between 2013 and 2014, according to an audit of the Baltimore Development Corp. presented Thursday at its monthly board meeting.

  • W.R. Grace agrees to buy out partner in Turkish venture
    W.R. Grace agrees to buy out partner in Turkish venture

    W. R. Grace & Co. announced Thursday it has agreed to buy out its partner in a Turkish joint venture that supplies cement and concrete additives in the Middle East.

  • Harbor East security guards plan strike
    Harbor East security guards plan strike

    Harbor East security guards are planning a strike and rally downtown Thursday in protest of what they say are anti-union measures taken by the Baltimore office of their Kentucky employer.

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  • Once idealized as TV dad, Bill Cosby becoming pariah to industry
    Once idealized as TV dad, Bill Cosby becoming pariah to industry

    Just as TV once helped create the image of Bill Cosby as the idealized father, Cliff Huxtable in the "The Cosby Show," so is it now helping in the undoing of that image, with Netflix shelving a Cosby standup comedy special that had been scheduled for Nov. 28 and NBC cancelling a deal it had...

  • Top things to do this weekend
    Top things to do this weekend

    No weekend plans yet? We've got you covered. Find out what's happening in the Baltimore area this weekend: concerts, festivals, family activities and more fun things to do.

  • Mike Nichols, 'The Graduate' director and husband of Diane Sawyer, dies
    Mike Nichols, 'The Graduate' director and husband of Diane Sawyer, dies

    Mike Nichols, a nine-time Tony Award winner on Broadway and the Oscar-winning director of films such as "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," "The Graduate" and "Carnal Knowledge," died on Wednesday at age 83.

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  • Media message unfair to missing child
    Media message unfair to missing child

    I was relieved to hear that the missing 12-year-old Baltimore County girl was found and returned to her worried parents. Yet I still remain perplexed at the way her disappearance was reported. Seemingly in the same breath that news outlets reported that the child was missing, they also reported...

  • Obama's immigration plan offends legal immigrants
    Obama's immigration plan offends legal immigrants

    On March 17, 2014, in response to my letter addressed to the White House about my immigration case, President Barack Obama wrote back in an email message: "America's immigration system is badly broken, and I know many people are hurting because of it."

  • Public policy schools more relevant than ever
    Public policy schools more relevant than ever

    Voters who went to the polls on Nov. 4 considerably changed the landscape of American government and politics. The shift from a somewhat divided government in Washington to one in which the legislative branch is in the hands of conservatives and the executive branch is in the hands of a liberal...

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  • 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...

  • Baltimore moves higher on murder rate list
    Baltimore moves higher on murder rate list

    Baltimore had the fifth-highest murder rate last year among major U.S. cities — 37.4 per 100,000 people, according to statistics released last week by the FBI.

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