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  • Sick leave bill advances in General Assembly

    Sick leave bill advances in General Assembly

    A bill that would require Maryland employers to provide many of their workers the opportunity to earn paid sick time cleared a key hurdle in the General Assembly Thursday. The House of Delegates Economic Matters Committee voted 14-9 to send the measure to the full chamber for consideration. The...

  • Pugh tells crowd rallying in Annapolis that she has a Baltimore schools budget plan

    Pugh tells crowd rallying in Annapolis that she has a Baltimore schools budget plan

    Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh says she will announce a funding plan Monday that will help close the city school district's $130 million budget shortfall. Pugh made the announcement while speaking to a boisterous crowd of Baltimore students, parents and teachers in Annapolis on Thursday night. They...

  • Anne Arundel seeks to help immigration effort

    Anne Arundel seeks to help immigration effort

    Anne Arundel County could become the third Maryland jurisdiction to join with the federal government in enforcing immigration laws, as the Trump administration pushes a crackdown on people who are in the country illegally. County Executive Steve Schuh has applied to a U.S. Immigration and Customs...

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  • Major Republican donors' stake in far-right media outlet Breitbart is confirmed

    Major Republican donors' stake in far-right media outlet Breitbart is confirmed

    Breitbart News Network, the far-right media outlet that heralded President Donald Trump's rise and was once led by his top White House strategist, is owned in part by a wealthy conservative family that poured millions into propelling Trump into office, the company's chief executive acknowledged...

  • VP Mike Pence tells Jewish group world will know U.S. supports Israel

    VP Mike Pence tells Jewish group world will know U.S. supports Israel

    Vice President Mike Pence assured the Republican Jewish Coalition that he and President Donald Trump will work tirelessly on foreign and domestic issues important to the group, such as enacting business-friendly policies at home and supporting Israel abroad. "If the world knows nothing else, the...

  • Trump administration asked intelligence officials, key lawmakers to counter Russia stories

    Trump administration asked intelligence officials, key lawmakers to counter Russia stories

    The Trump administration has enlisted senior members of the intelligence community and Congress in efforts to counter news stories about Trump associates' ties to Russia, a politically charged issue that has been under investigation by the FBI as well as lawmakers now defending the White House....

  • Democrats brace for backlash as they vote on new DNC chair

    Democrats brace for backlash as they vote on new DNC chair

    After a string of televised debates, four party-sponsored "future forums" and three months of person-to-person lobbying, the race to lead the Democratic National Committee is coming to an end - with a vote on Saturday that might leave Democrats with new divisions. According to multiple campaigns,...

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  • Five minutes with the Caitlyn Shipley, owner of Charm City Helicopters

    Five minutes with the Caitlyn Shipley, owner of Charm City Helicopters

    Caitlyn Shipley found her calling at age 20 in the cockpit of a helicopter. While visiting a friend who worked at a tour company in Las Vegas, she met a pilot who offered to take her up. "I fell in love with it immediately," she said. "I had never experienced that kind of freedom before in my entire...

  • Harford receives feedback from developers on uses for 'tire lot' site in Bel Air

    Harford receives feedback from developers on uses for 'tire lot' site in Bel Air

    Harford County government has received two responses to its request last year for "expressions of interest" in how to redevelop the county-owned property in the heart of Bel Air known as "the tire lot." The county put out the request in late October, and Jan. 19 was the deadline for submissions....

  • Looney's Pub in Canton reopens after health department closure

    Looney's Pub in Canton reopens after health department closure

    Looney's Pub in Canton has reopened after it was shut down by the Baltimore health department earlier this week. The pub at 2900 O'Donnell St. reopened at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday after being closed Tuesday and Wednesday, manager Nick Creed confirmed.   Looney's was closed for critical violations,...

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  • Baltimore artists to receive funding for film, media projects from Johns Hopkins fund

    Baltimore artists to receive funding for film, media projects from Johns Hopkins fund

    Nine upcoming projects from local artists will receive thousands of dollars from Johns Hopkins University’s Saul Zaentz Innovation Fund in Film and Media to help create documentaries, movies, TV series and more in Baltimore.  The fund will provide a total of $215,000 to those selected for its second...

  • Staging of 'The Bodyguard' heads to Hippodrome

    Staging of 'The Bodyguard' heads to Hippodrome

    Almost 25 years after moviegoers flocked to see Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner in the story of a pop music diva and the former Secret Service agent hired to protect her from a stalker, "The Bodyguard" is back, this time on the stage. On Tuesday, the musical version of the 1992 hit film reaches...

  • 'The Voice' to hold auditions in Baltimore Saturday

    'The Voice' to hold auditions in Baltimore Saturday

    Warm up those vocal cords, Baltimore. The NBC singing competition “The Voice” will hold open call auditions on Saturday at the Baltimore Convention Center.  “The Voice” has split the day into three groups — 7 a.m., noon and 4 p.m. As of Friday morning, the 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. groups are full, while...

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  • Can Md. legislators police themselves?

    Can Md. legislators police themselves?

    Gov. Larry Hogan's proposals to increase transparency and ethics standards in Annapolis come at a propitious time. Not only did this year's General Assembly session open with federal indictments implicating a current and former member in a corruption investigation, but the legislature is waiting...

  • The death of the Reagan agenda

    The death of the Reagan agenda

    President Donald Trump's appearance on Friday before the Conservative Political Action Conference was quite the love affair, which is pretty remarkable given that one year ago, he skipped the same gathering (after initially agreeing to attend) out of fear that many in attendance had organized a...

  • Donald Trump should be my plebe

    Donald Trump should be my plebe

    I've been an English professor at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis for 30 years. An education within such a service academy (the others are Army, Air Force and Coast Guard) immerses students for four years in an atmosphere heavy with an insistence on leadership. Currently my students' commander-in-chief...

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  • HIV cases down in Maryland, U.S.

    HIV cases down in Maryland, U.S.

    HIV infections in the United States have fallen for several years, and few places have seen a bigger drop than Maryland, according to new estimates from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Cases in the state dropped an average of 7.5 percent per year from 2008 to 2014. That was...

  • Newsday, New York Times reviewing work of 'Pill City' author

    Newsday, New York Times reviewing work of 'Pill City' author

    A New York newspaper is reviewing the work of one of its former reporters after his new book on Baltimore was widely questioned by police and other officials here. Newsday managing editor Richard Rosen confirmed to The Baltimore Sun that the paper is reviewing the work of Kevin Deutsch, who worked...

  • Good Shepherd Services to close Baltimore County residential treatment program

    Good Shepherd Services to close Baltimore County residential treatment program

    Good Shepherd Services will close its troubled residential treatment program for adolescents in Halethorpe after two state agencies decided to withdraw the children they had placed there. The decision to withdraw the children followed moratoriums imposed late last year by the agencies on sending...

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