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    Maryland procurement reform could save millions

    In the 2017 Maryland legislative session, major changes were taken to save taxpayers millions of dollars and increase state revenues without raising taxes or cutting programs. The state, along with counties and school systems, spends billions of dollars each year purchasing good and services via...

  • Thanks and advice for President Trump

    Thanks and advice for President Trump

    Dear President Trump, My, what a couple of weeks you've had! But, before I offer psychological advice, first I'd like to say thanks again for the stock market boom last week. Unfortunately, this special prosecutor thing may change lots of things for both you and the market. Second, thanks for agreeing...

  • Voting rights tool buried in Supreme Court ruling

    Voting rights tool buried in Supreme Court ruling

    Sometimes the most important stuff in Supreme Court opinions is hidden in the footnotes. In Monday's Supreme Court ruling striking down two North Carolina congressional districts as unconstitutionally influenced by race, the majority buried a doozy: a potentially powerful new tool to attack voting...

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  • Baltimore fintech startup Blispay raises $12 million

    Baltimore fintech startup Blispay raises $12 million

    Blispay, a Baltimore-based financial technology company, has raised $12 million to accelerate the marketing and sales outreach for its financing platform. The Series A round was led by FirstMark, Accomplice and NEA. New investors included Camden Partners and F-Prime Capital. The round brings the...

  • Port of Baltimore sets first-quarter record with 2.56 million tons of general cargo

    Port of Baltimore sets first-quarter record with 2.56 million tons of general cargo

    The Port of Baltimore set a first-quarter record in 2017, handling more than 2.56 million tons of general cargo at its public marine terminals in the first three months of the year — a five percent increase from the same quarter last year, officials said. Increases in the number of cars and containers...

  • Spirit Airlines will add Cancun flight at BWI

    Spirit Airlines will add Cancun flight at BWI

    Spirit Airlines plans to add flights to Cancun, Mexico, from Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport starting in November. Cancun will be the airline's first international route at BWI, the airport said Monday. Spirit shifted its regional operations in September 2012 to the...

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  • The Charmery is launching a new series of summer flavors

    The Charmery is launching a new series of summer flavors

    The Charmery will soon begin rolling out a new series of flavors that taste like summer in Baltimore. The Hampden ice cream shop’s “Summer Residency” series will incorporate flavors of ice cream and sorbet that are meant to reflect favorites from Baltimore’s warmest months. Typical of the Charmery’s...

  • Kevin Spacey ventures out in Washington for presidential photo shoot as 'House of Cards' character

    Kevin Spacey ventures out in Washington for presidential photo shoot as 'House of Cards' character

    After an eventful Saturday at Preakness, Monday, it was back to work for Kevin Spacey like the rest of us — except his duties seemed much more … presidential. Days ahead of Netflix’s release of the fifth season of “House of Cards,” the Academy Award-winning actor ventured out in Washington Monday...

  • 'The Bachelorette' premiere recap: Rachel meets her men

    'The Bachelorette' premiere recap: Rachel meets her men

    The premiere episode of this season of “The Bachelorette” begins at Rachel’s photo shoot, and as is typical with new leads in this franchise, her teeth are whiter, her hair is shinier, and her eyelashes are longer than they were during her last season. Chris Harrison really wants us to know that...

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  • Preakness 2017: Fashion trends

    Preakness 2017: Fashion trends

    A little cloud cover and a slight chill didn’t stop Preakness-goers from hitting the track in their fashionable frocks. The winning trends were worn by the bold and unabashed, who won the spotlight with sharp sartorial selections. And there wasn’t a male romper in sight.

  • Celebrities mingle, watch and wager at Preakness

    Celebrities mingle, watch and wager at Preakness

    A Victoria's Secret supermodel, a two-time Academy Award-winning actor and a Heisman Trophy winner were just a few of the many celebrities and notable people who attended the 142nd Preakness. In Under Armour's fifth year hosting a large tent and Pimlico owner the Stronach Group's second entertaining...

  • Preakness 2017: Best hats

    Preakness 2017: Best hats

    Sure, the Preakness revolves around horse racing, but let's be honest: The hats are what it's really all about. Here are our favorites from Preakness 2017. See more Sun Preakness galleries at PreaknessPictures.com. 

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  • Common Cause: Franchot survey blurs line between governing, campaign

    Common Cause: Franchot survey blurs line between governing, campaign

    Comptroller Peter Franchot's office sees no problem in its use of state social media accounts to publicize a survey created by his political campaign committee. But others do. Franchot, a third-term Democrat, has launched a task force in an effort to change Maryland laws governing the beer industry...

  • Baltimore braces for documentary on nun's death, sex abuse at Catholic school

    Baltimore braces for documentary on nun's death, sex abuse at Catholic school

    Donna Von Den Bosch climbed to the attic of her home so she could watch the footage alone. The images flashed on her computer screen: the police car, the churches, the priests. Her heart raced. "I'm 60," she told herself, again and again. "I'm not 15 anymore." Von Den Bosch was watching the trailer...

  • Longtime chief investigator for state prosecutor's office retires

    Longtime chief investigator for state prosecutor's office retires

    Two government officials in Maryland may breathe a little easier now that the longtime chief investigator for the state prosecutor's office has retired. The office dedicated to rooting out government corruption in Maryland has estimated it will launch two fewer investigations for 2017, the first...

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