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  • New Amazon distribution center in Cecil County brings hope to corridor

    New Amazon distribution center in Cecil County brings hope to corridor

    The announcement that Amazon would open a new distribution center in Cecil County brought hopes that the warehouse could revive the Northeast Maryland Interstate 95 corridor as a distribution stronghold. The 1.2 million-square-foot distribution center, to be built in a business park in North East...

  • USDA announces stricter animal welfare rules for eggs, meat

    USDA announces stricter animal welfare rules for eggs, meat

    Organic meat and egg producers will have to abide by stricter animal welfare standards under a new rule announced Wednesday by the Agriculture Department. The rule is a victory for animal rights groups two days before President Barack Obama leaves office. The regulations will ensure that organically...

  • Evergreen Health finalizes deal with investors, severs ties with federal co-op program

    Evergreen Health finalizes deal with investors, severs ties with federal co-op program

    Evergreen Health, an innovative Baltimore-based health insurer, took a big step toward assuring its future by finalizing a deal to repay part of a federal startup loan and sever ties with the Affordable Care Act program under which it was founded. The deal with federal health regulators, made possible...

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  • Terps' Kevin Huerter, Iowa coach Fran McCaffery go way back

    Terps' Kevin Huerter, Iowa coach Fran McCaffery go way back

    Freshman wing Kevin Huerter will have his own reunion of sorts Thursday night when the No. 25 Terps play at Carver-Hawkeye Arena

  • Tim Raines, an Oriole for a week, finally reaches Hall of Fame

    Tim Raines, an Oriole for a week, finally reaches Hall of Fame

    It took Tim Raines up until his 10th and final season on the ballot to be elected into baseball’s Hall of Fame, and maybe that delay was in part because it took that long for his premier skills – getting on base and scoring runs – to be truly appreciated. But ultimately, the wait for Raines – who...

  • Spalding product Rudy Gay suffers suspected torn Achilles tendon

    Spalding product Rudy Gay suffers suspected torn Achilles tendon

    Rudy Gay, an Archbiship Spalding graduate who has gone on to a 10-year NBA career, could miss the rest of the season with a suspected torn left Achilles tendon. Gay, Sacramento's second-leading scorer, fell to the floor while driving to the basket in the third quarter and was carried off the court....

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  • Hogan balances his budget on Baltimore's back

    Hogan balances his budget on Baltimore's back

    Gov. Larry Hogan presented his budget proposal for the next fiscal year as something of a miracle — record funding for education, no tax increases, a $500 million projected shortfall closed, and no cuts to speak of. But it turns out that his administration is subject to the laws of math just like...

  • Leonard Pitts Jr.: The Great Trumpkin rises from the Trumpkin patch

    Leonard Pitts Jr.: The Great Trumpkin rises from the Trumpkin patch

    Sometimes, you've got to go through it to get to it. That's a personal motto with which I have occasionally consoled myself since I was a teenager. It means that for as much as we naturally seek to avoid the unpleasant situation, to find a way over or around it, there are times in this life when...

  • A vision for public transit in Baltimore

    A vision for public transit in Baltimore

    Last year, the Opportunity Collaborative, a project of the Baltimore Metropolitan Council, found the average commute for citizens in East and West Baltimore to living-wage jobs was 90 minutes each way — provided the bus arrived at all. In recent years, the MTA has routinely pulled buses from routes...

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  • Baltimore consent decree contains denial of police misconduct allegations

    Baltimore consent decree contains denial of police misconduct allegations

    When the U.S. Department of Justice issued a scathing investigation into the Baltimore Police Department in August, city officials welcomed the findings. Then-Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said the investigation, which found that city police routinely violate residents' civil rights, was an "important...

  • NSA records allege dozens of cases of workers ripping agency off

    NSA records allege dozens of cases of workers ripping agency off

    A group of five National Security Agency contractors falsified their time sheets to claim they had worked almost 200 days that agency investigators concluded they in fact had not, according to the agency's inspector general. The incident was one of more than 100 in which the NSA's internal watchdog...

  • Maryland's tailor-made deal for Marriott

    Maryland's tailor-made deal for Marriott

    The $62 million incentive package Gov. Larry Hogan and Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett promised Marriott for building a new headquarters in Bethesda was tailor-made for the firm, down to the definition of who counts as an employee. The mix of forgivable loans, tax credits and grants from...

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