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  • School holiday performances: adorable and hard work

    School holiday performances: adorable and hard work

    School holiday concerts and shows range from preschool pageants with children squirming onstage as they jingle bells to sophisticated ballets and oratorios presented by high schools for the performing arts. The reactions people have when it comes to attending these festivities are equally as varied....

  • Who can save the GOP?

    Who can save the GOP?

    The political carnage of the Alabama Senate race, in which Democrat Doug Jones upset President Donald Trump's candidate, Roy Moore, in an ultra-GOP state, humiliated the president and has left the Grand Old Party badly in need of a credible old-time establishment leader to take him on. But none...

  • Changing the way Baltimore bills for water is not an option

    Changing the way Baltimore bills for water is not an option

    Just as you can’t squeeze water from a stone, at a certain point, Baltimore won’t be able to squeeze more cash out of its water customers. That’s the conclusion of a sobering new report commissioned by Food and Water Watch, an organization that has been advocating on behalf of city residents who...

  • Paul Ryan's prospects are grim if he stays 

    Paul Ryan's prospects are grim if he stays 

    New reporting, first by Huffington Post's Matt Fuller and then by Politico's Tim Alberta and Rachel Bade, suggests Paul Ryan is on his way out of the House — perhaps leaving at some point during the current Congress, but at any rate before the next one convenes in January 2019. Whether those reports...

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  • 2.3 million Marylanders will travel for holidays, AAA Mid-Atlantic says

    2.3 million Marylanders will travel for holidays, AAA Mid-Atlantic says

    Despite an uncertain weather forecast, nearly 2.3 million Marylanders will travel between Christmas and New Year’s Day, AAA Mid-Atlantic projected Monday — a 3.2 percent increase from last year’s projection and the auto club’s highest-ever holiday travel forecast. It’s the fifth consecutive year...

  • Campbell buys snackmaker Snyder's-Lance for $4.87B

    Campbell buys snackmaker Snyder's-Lance for $4.87B

    Campbell Soup will spend $4.87 billion in cash for Snyder's-Lance, gorging on a snack market that has grown increasingly competitive. The soup maker said Monday that the acquisition will allow it to expand its distribution channels in the crowded field. Campbell Soup Co., based in Camden, New Jersey,...

  • Opponents of Sinclair/Tribune merger say reports of possible Sinclair fine by FCC should raise concern

    Opponents of Sinclair/Tribune merger say reports of possible Sinclair fine by FCC should raise concern

    Opponents of Sinclair Broadcast Group’s proposed $3.9 billion takeover of Tribune Media Co. have stepped up opposition to the deal following media reports that federal regulators may fine the Hunt Valley-based Sinclair $13.3 million for airing programming not clearly labeled as advertisements. ...

  • Hunter Harrison, CEO of railroad company CSX, dead at 73

    Hunter Harrison, CEO of railroad company CSX, dead at 73

    Hunter Harrison, the president CEO of railroad giant CSX, has died, the company announced Saturday. He was 73. CSX confirmed Harrison's death in a statement, saying it was caused by "unexpectedly severe complications" from a recent illness. His death in Wellington, Florida, comes only a couple...

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  • Baltimore County schools chief Verletta White significantly expands audit of contracts

    Baltimore County schools chief Verletta White significantly expands audit of contracts

    Baltimore County interim school superintendent Verletta White has significantly expanded the scope of a planned audit of school system purchases. The audit, for which the school system is soliciting bids from accounting firms, will now encompass hundreds of millions of dollars in purchases made...

  • Did Baltimore really 'unfreeze' 225 police officer positions?

    Did Baltimore really 'unfreeze' 225 police officer positions?

    When Mayor Catherine Pugh came into office a year ago, she said one of the first things she did was instruct the police department to unfreeze 225 officer positions. Pugh says she inherited the frozen positions from former Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, who ceased hiring for the long-unfilled...

  • As violence mounts, trust in Baltimore police wavers

    As violence mounts, trust in Baltimore police wavers

    Staggered by a succession of crises — civil rights violations, corruption convictions and the unsolved killing of a homicide detective — the Baltimore Police Department is closing out its dismal year with a depleted force struggling to contain soaring violent crime while also trying to restore...

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