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  • General Assembly completes work on Hogan's $43.5 billion budget

    General Assembly completes work on Hogan's $43.5 billion budget

    The General Assembly gave final approval Tuesday to a $43.5 billion state budget that closes a $400 million revenue gap while holding the line on taxes and sending new funding to Baltimore and 10 other school systems. The lawmakers' action came with time to spare — two weeks remain before the legislature...

  • Despite veto threat, Maryland lawmakers send Hogan bill to limit school reforms

    Despite veto threat, Maryland lawmakers send Hogan bill to limit school reforms

    Disregarding Republican Gov. Larry Hogan's veto threat, the Democrat-dominated General Assembly passed a bill Tuesday to forbid the state from using vouchers or charter schools to fix struggling schools. Both the Senate and House approved the bill by veto-proof margins, setting in motion a political...

  • Rep. Andy Harris says health care fight not over

    Rep. Andy Harris says health care fight not over

    Rep. Andy Harris, part of the conservative Freedom Caucus that helped tank President Donald Trump's health care legislation, said Monday that Republicans only needed a little more time to reach an agreement and that the House should return to the issue later this year. The 30-plus-member bloc of...

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  • New street musicians plan would limit louder music downtown to certain hours

    New street musicians plan would limit louder music downtown to certain hours

    Amplified street musicians and drummers on some downtown streets would be restricted to performing during particular hours under a hoped-for compromise aldermen introduced Wednesday after musicians' supporters questioned the legality of a proposed outright ban in some areas. Under the ordinance...

  • After party bus shootings, city considers stricter rules

    After party bus shootings, city considers stricter rules

    Following a spate of shootings involving party buses, Chicago City Council members are considering an ordinance to crack down on companies operating without a city-issued public passenger vehicle license. It's the third time a measure targeting the party bus industry has been presented to aldermen...

  • Former congressman's lawyers say informant in Aaron Schock case broke law

    Former congressman's lawyers say informant in Aaron Schock case broke law

    A staffer working for former U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock secretly provided the government with a trove of emails, credit card receipts and other documents that violated the now-indicted congressman's constitutional right against unreasonable search and seizure, his lawyers argue in new court filings....

  • Hillary Clinton calls defeat of GOP health care bill 'a victory for all Americans'

    Hillary Clinton calls defeat of GOP health care bill 'a victory for all Americans'

    A spirited Hillary Clinton took on the Trump administration Tuesday in one of her first public speeches since she lost the presidential election, criticizing the country's Republican leaders on everything from health care to the shortage of women appointees in top administration positions. Cracking...

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  • As meal kit industry grows, Terra's Kitchen eyes expansion

    As meal kit industry grows, Terra's Kitchen eyes expansion

    Julia Denick typically handpicks the recipes she wants in her biweekly meal kit deliveries from Terra's Kitchen. Spicy honey lime chicken with edamame and the vegan power bowl are some favorites for the Mount Washington resident, who doesn't eat red meat. When she forgot to make her selections...

  • First Mariner opens branch in Canton

    First Mariner opens branch in Canton

    First Mariner Bank will open a new branch in Canton next month to replace one that closed at its former headquarters. The branch will be located on the first floor of 1st Mariner's new headquarters at 3301 Boston St. and will open April 3. Earlier this year, First Mariner moved out of its office...

  • Instacart expands grocery delivery service in Baltimore area

    Instacart expands grocery delivery service in Baltimore area

    Instacart, a grocery delivery service, is expanding in the Baltimore area and plans to hire 150 people on a contract basis. The service, which provides personal shopping and home delivery in as little as one hour, launched in select Baltimore neighborhoods, including Federal Hill, Locust Point,...

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  • Future Islands add two more Ottobar shows after first sells out

    Future Islands add two more Ottobar shows after first sells out

    If you missed out on tickets for Future Islands' now sold-out show at the Ottobar on April 7, you will have a couple more chances. Today, the Ottobar announced two more concerts, on April 8-9.  Like the first show, special guests still to be announced will also perform. On sale 9 a.m. Friday, tickets...

  • 'The Wire' characters Bodie and Poot reunite on new show

    'The Wire' characters Bodie and Poot reunite on new show

    A mini "The Wire" reunion is coming to TV this weekend.  Tray Chaney and J.D. Williams, who played Poot and Bodie on the HBO drama, respectively, are together again in the drama "Saints & Sinners," which airs at 9 p.m. Sunday on Bounce TV. Chaney is Kendrick Murphy, while Williams plays Jabari...

  • Sports bar Camden Pub closes after more than 25 years

    Sports bar Camden Pub closes after more than 25 years

    Camden Pub, a Ridgely’s Delight sports bar in walking distance from Oriole Park at Camden Yards, has closed, said owner James “Pat” Liberto. After opening in 1990, the bar became known for attracting sports fans, University of Maryland Medical Center staff and students, and other members of the...

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  • Md. misses another chance to hold police accountable

    Md. misses another chance to hold police accountable

    Another year, another missed opportunity to serve justice and build trust. The General Assembly forfeited two key opportunities to improve transparency and accountability in law enforcement. Earlier this month, the House Judiciary Committee voted unfavorably on House and Senate bills that would...

  • Md.'s governor uses a child's alleged rape for political gain

    Md.'s governor uses a child's alleged rape for political gain

    There is something that happens when rape survivors learn about a rape. No matter how long it's been and how much one has healed, learning that another human being suffered a brutal sexual attack causes two things to happen. One, survivors are instantly catapulted to the moment we were raped. We...

  • School segregation: The injustice we can't afford to ignore

    School segregation: The injustice we can't afford to ignore

    The segregation in public schools that The Sun's Liz Bowie and Erica Green described in a four-part series that concludes today isn't what most of us think about when we hear the term. It's not about the forced separation of the races from the pre-Brown vs. Board of Education era or even about...

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  • Within integrated schools, de facto segregation persists

    Within integrated schools, de facto segregation persists

    They were classmates and best friends, and they both wanted to get into the 11th-grade Advanced Placement English class at Columbia's Hammond High School. Since meeting in summer school just before ninth grade, Mikey Peterson and Eli Sauerwalt had been through a lot together. They'd each battled...

  • Maryland bail bond industry's contributions hang over contested bill

    Maryland bail bond industry's contributions hang over contested bill

    The economic clout of the bail bond industry hangs over a debate in the General Assembly that could decide the future of cash bail in Maryland. As the legislature's 2017 session heads toward a close at midnight on April 10, bail reform remains one of the most hotly contested topics. And bail bond...

  • Study: African-Americans don't trust flu vaccine; whites don't think flu is that bad

    Study: African-Americans don't trust flu vaccine; whites don't think flu is that bad

    Many African-Americans don't get flu shots because they don't trust the vaccine, while whites are more likely to think the flu is not a big deal, a new study has found. The study, conducted in part by researchers from the Maryland Center for Health Equity at the University of Maryland, College...

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