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  • Port of Baltimore extends contract with paper company through 2026

    Port of Baltimore extends contract with paper company through 2026

    The Finnish forest industry giant UPM has agreed to continue shipping its paper products through the port of Baltimore for 10 years under a contract extension announced Tuesday by the Maryland Port Administration. UPM has been shipping its paper through Baltimore for nearly 20 years. The port handled...

  • Advocates, council members demand affordable housing requirement at Port Covington

    Advocates, council members demand affordable housing requirement at Port Covington

    The debate over the massive Port Covington project turned even more heated Tuesday as community advocates and Baltimore City Council members demanded that the developer be required to provide a specific amount of affordable housing. They said such a requirement is needed to prevent racial and economic...

  • Cybersecurity firm led by former Sourcefire execs raises $12 million

    Cybersecurity firm led by former Sourcefire execs raises $12 million

    ThreatQuotient, a cyber security firm led by former executives of Columbia-based Sourcefire, raised $12 million to boost product development and expand international sales. The Reston, Va., company's threat intelligence platform, ThreatQ, is designed to provide customized security threat data,...

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  • Paulie Gee's Hampden showcases passion for pizza

    Paulie Gee's Hampden showcases passion for pizza

    Kelly Beckham comes by his pizza obsession honestly. The former financial planner baked bread and pizza at home, had a pizza stand at the Baltimore Farmers' Market and blogged about pies around town for a couple of years. "It was probably time to pursue it as a career," said Beckham, who lives...

  • 'American Ninja Warrior' veteran Geoff Britten advances to national finals

    'American Ninja Warrior' veteran Geoff Britten advances to national finals

    “American Ninja Warrior” veteran and Olney resident Geoff Britten has advanced to the NBC show’s national finals in Las Vegas after competing in the Philadelphia city finals. But it wasn’t without a fall. Britten breezed through most of the round in Monday night’s episode with his wife, Jessica...

  • Flying Dog's latest collaboration results in pumpkin-beer chocolate bar

    Flying Dog's latest collaboration results in pumpkin-beer chocolate bar

    Frederick’s Flying Dog Brewery is no stranger to collaborations resulting in new beers. But next month, they’ll debut something new and unexpected: a pumpkin-beer-and-sea-salt chocolate bar. Flying Dog teamed with Carroll County’s Salazon Chocolate Co., which claims to be the first brand to launch...

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  • Relief for 'deadbeat dads'

    One of the biggest hurdles many inmates recently released from prison face is the accumulated debt of child support payments they were unable to pay while behind bars. The courts generally issue child support orders based on the parents' income and ability to pay when their case is heard. But if...

  • Bathroom breakdown

    Bathroom breakdown

    Transgender individuals have been using their choice of bathrooms — yes, including school bathrooms — for decades, but thanks to a U.S. District Court judge, their ability to do so has once again been compromised. Monday's ill-timed injunction granted by Judge Reed O'Connor of Northern Texas will,...

  • Parallel dimensions

    Parallel dimensions

    Last year, officials at the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration decided they would no longer test prospective drivers for parallel parking skills. A lot of folks immediately assumed this would substantially increase the pass rate. Guess what? They were right. Newly-released statistics show that...

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  • With Republican Gov. Larry Hogan at convention, GOP fundraising gets boost

    With Republican Gov. Larry Hogan at convention, GOP fundraising gets boost

    For the first time since he took office, Republican Gov. Larry Hogan attended the annual conference of local government officials in Ocean City this week, and his arrival ushered in more robust GOP fundraising. The three-day annual Maryland Association of Counties' summer conference has always...

  • Hatewatch blog led city to fire an attorney, but what is it?

    Hatewatch blog led city to fire an attorney, but what is it?

    When a team of researchers in Alabama published a blog last week, they effectively ousted a veteran attorney working for the City of Baltimore. On Wednesday, team leader Heidi Beirich wrote online that Glen Keith Allen had been a dues-paying member of the neo-Nazi National Alliance. On Thursday,...

  • Maryland public defenders juggle heavy caseloads; critics say indigent clients suffer

    Maryland public defenders juggle heavy caseloads; critics say indigent clients suffer

    The Annapolis district courts have not been gaveled into session for the day, but already more than a dozen criminal defendants and their relatives are milling around in the hallway when a public defender arrives, a stack of thick manila folders under his arm. He calls out a list of names. One...

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