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Settlement reached on future of Baltimore's Potomac Street bike lane

Settlement reached on future of Baltimore's Potomac Street bike lane

The Potomac Street protected bike lane will remain in place after cycling advocates and Baltimore officials reached a settlement agreement on Tuesday evening. Bikemore, a leading advocacy group, had sued the city after officials announced plans to tear out the cycle track after hearing residents'...

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  • Government will foot the bill for religious activities more than ever, per Supreme Court ruling

    Government will foot the bill for religious activities more than ever, per Supreme Court ruling

    The Supreme Court just made a major mistake in its 7-2 opinion in the Trinity Lutheran Church case. In holding that the State of Missouri must provide a grant for playground equipment to a church under the Free Exercise Clause, the court overturned the constitutional provisions of over 30 states,...

  • Robert B. Reich: Health-care bill is a giant wealth transfer to the rich

    Robert B. Reich: Health-care bill is a giant wealth transfer to the rich

    The Senate's bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act is not a health-care bill. It's a tax cut for the wealthiest Americans, paid for by a dramatic reduction in health-care funding for approximately 23 million poor, disabled and working middle-class Americans. America's wealthiest taxpayers (earning...

  • Senate health care bill: What's worse than 'mean'?

    Senate health care bill: What's worse than 'mean'?

    If President Donald Trump thought the House's health care bill was "mean," what's the right word for the Senate version? Brutal? Heartless? Cynical? The bill Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell wrote in secret and wants to vote through his chamber within the week is in virtually every respect...

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  • Osiris Therapeutics names new CEO

    Osiris Therapeutics names new CEO

    Osiris Therapeutics, a troubled biotechnology firm based in Columbia, will get another new CEO in July. The company announced Monday that its board of directors has appointed Linda Palczuk, 55, as president and CEO, effective July 10. After 30 years at AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals, Palczuk most...

  • Maryland regulators want to deny license to medical cannabis firm

    Maryland regulators want to deny license to medical cannabis firm

    Maryland medical marijuana regulators took steps Monday to deny a license to one of the 15 companies picked to grow the drug, saying there was a "reasonable likelihood" the firm would not properly safeguard the medicine. In voting to tell MaryMed LLC that it would not receive a final license, the...

  • Botanical research firm plans to grow in Baltimore

    Botanical research firm plans to grow in Baltimore

    A small firm that wants to make dietary supplements and pharmaceuticals derived from plants is relocating to Baltimore, and has plans to eventually hire 200 scientists and analysts as well as growers in office and lab space. Vitreon America Inc. initially will move eight of its 23 employees from...

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  • 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...

  • Gnocco's Brian Lavin named a finalist for Zagat '30 Under 30'

    Gnocco's Brian Lavin named a finalist for Zagat '30 Under 30'

    Brian Lavin, the chef and owner of Gnocco, has made it to the final round of culinary professionals being considered for Zagat’s “30 Under 30” list. Lavin, 29, is one of 45 finalists for the list, narrowed from 60 semifinalists announced in April. The final 30 will be unveiled in September. Zagat...

  • 'The Bachelorette' recap: Norwegian snakes

    'The Bachelorette' recap: Norwegian snakes

    This week’s episode of “The Bachelorette” episode brings us back to South Carolina, because where better to showcase racism than in the South. Kenny, the wrestler with a confusing wrestling name, wants to talk with Lee, the singer-songwriter who sang Rachel a song on the first night, about how...

  • Hopkins student under fire with Zillow for photos on parody 'McMansion Hell' blog

    Hopkins student under fire with Zillow for photos on parody 'McMansion Hell' blog

    A Johns Hopkins student is under fire with real estate marketplace and website Zillow for using its images on her parody Tumblr blog. Zillow sent Kate Wagner, a Peabody Institute graduate student, a cease and desist letter Monday for allegedly “reproducing, modifying, distributing, or otherwise...

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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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