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State to investigate allegations of grade tampering in Prince George's

State to investigate allegations of grade tampering in Prince George's

Maryland will open a rare independent investigation into allegations of fraud and corruption in Prince George's County schools, a probe requested by the governor and seconded by the superintendent accused of wrongdoing. The state Board of Education unanimously decided Tuesday to hire an outside...

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  • Maryland school grading system: Better but imperfect

    Maryland school grading system: Better but imperfect

    If we were to rank Maryland’s proposed new school grading system based on improvement, it would get five stars for sure — though that’s mainly a reflection of how terrible the old No Child Left Behind-based system was. If we were ranking it on its own merits, the results would be mixed. The new...

  • When did it become cool to accommodate polluters?

    When did it become cool to accommodate polluters?

    Our view: Rescinding an executive order promoting more trash recycling is an odd, perhaps even Donald Trump-like way, to curry favor with civic leaders — or voters Toward the end of his administration, Gov. Martin O’Malley signed an executive order formally setting a “zero waste” goal for Maryland....

  • Hate parades? Me too, until I attended one last July 4th

    Hate parades? Me too, until I attended one last July 4th

    I never liked parades, especially the July 4th parade. In grade school and high school, I got burned out marching and playing trumpet in parades year after year. Marching and playing is hard work, and the July 4th parade was hardest: big, long and exhausting. As an adult, I never considered attending...

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  • After contract brewing, Monument City finds a home in Southeast Baltimore

    After contract brewing, Monument City finds a home in Southeast Baltimore

    When they were younger, brothers Ken and Matthew Praay never imagined one day owning a business together. “He moved out at 18. I was 8,” said Matthew, now 29, remembering when his brother left their hometown of Lakeland, Fla., after high school. “Technically, you were 7,” Ken replied, grinning...

  • Baltimore Whiskey Company the latest addition to Union Collective complex

    Baltimore Whiskey Company the latest addition to Union Collective complex

    More booze is coming to Union Collective. The Baltimore Whiskey Company will move its distillery into the Union Craft Brewing-led manufacturing and retail complex in Medfield in the first quarter of next year, said the spirits brand’s co-owner and CEO, Max Lents. After hearing about Union Collective’s...

  • More than 927,000 Marylanders expected to travel for Fourth of July weekend

    More than 927,000 Marylanders expected to travel for Fourth of July weekend

    Sean Evans isn't making the typical Maryland Fourth of July weekend drive to Ocean City. Instead, the 29-year-old Forest Hill resident is road-tripping with his girlfriend and friends to see the Dead & Company, a group of remaining members of the Grateful Dead, Wednesday night at Blossom Music...

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  • 'Finding Neverland' tries hard to fly at the Hippodrome

    'Finding Neverland' tries hard to fly at the Hippodrome

    Men who never grow up, who prefer their own tailor-made reality to the complex world around them, can cause lots of problems and anxieties for themselves and others. J.M. Barrie was such a fellow, but the Scottish writer offered significant compensation for his personal peculiarities in the form...

  • Andrew Carmellini's Port Covington restaurant aims for September opening

    Andrew Carmellini's Port Covington restaurant aims for September opening

    Chef Andrew Carmellini is aiming to create a new dining destination for Southern-influenced American cuisine with his next restaurant in Port Covington. Rye Street Tavern, the restaurant opening near Sagamore Spirit distillery, will offer the New York chef’s take on classic American fare when it...

  • 'The Bachelorette' recap: Rachel sends a whole bunch of guys home

    'The Bachelorette' recap: Rachel sends a whole bunch of guys home

    In case you forgot in the 24 hours since the last episode of “The Bachelorette,” Rachel is currently in the middle of the Norwegian “wilderness” with two men who despise each other on a two-on-one date. Despite her claim to not want to “lawyer” while she’s The Bachelorette, Rachel feels the need...

  • Trendy health ingredients give restaurants' menus an extra kick

    Trendy health ingredients give restaurants' menus an extra kick

    Sandlot’s Fire on the Mountain isn’t the best-selling drink on the menu at the new waterfront hangout in Harbor Point. But it might be the healthiest cocktail on the list. With ingredients including turmeric, yogurt and hot peppers, the blended beverage provides a refreshing kick while incorporating...

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  • Three deputies out as Howard County schools reshuffle organization

    Three deputies out as Howard County schools reshuffle organization

    After nearly two months on the job as interim Howard County schools chief, Michael Martirano has begun reorganizing the central office and empowering six deputies who will report to him. The superintendent said the changes are intended to reduce redundancy and align talented staff, but he hasn't...

  • Maryland's children fare well in well-being

    Maryland's children fare well in well-being

    Maryland children are thriving in most areas of life, but a recent spike in deaths unveiled in an annual report on the well-being of young people is raising concern among advocates. Maryland ranked 16th among states for the well-being of its children in the 2017 Kids Count Data Book, released each...

  • Pugh to travel to U.S. Conference of Mayors meeting

    Pugh to travel to U.S. Conference of Mayors meeting

    Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh plans to travel to the annual U.S. Conference of Mayors meeting in Florida next weekend, her first trip to the gathering since being elected last year. The bipartisan get-together is a chance for mayors to discuss common challenges and opportunities they see for the...

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