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Baltimore residents see fewer rats with new municipal trash cans (though some say the big green barrels are ugly)

Many Baltimore residents say fewer rats are scurrying around their neighborhoods and less litter is trashing streets and alleys. From Highlandtown to Howard Park and Belair-Edison to Barre Circle, citizens credit enormous, city-provided trash cans with cutting down on the number of four-legged...

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  • BWI gym set to open this month with rentable workout clothes, even sneakers

    BWI gym set to open this month with rentable workout clothes, even sneakers

    Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, BWI, gym, ROAM Fitness A full-service gym with treadmills, stationary bikes, free weights, showers and rentable workout clothes, even sneakers, is scheduled to open at the end of January at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood...

  • Airlines having fewer delays, lost bags

    Airlines having fewer delays, lost bags

    Airline passengers may have some reasons to gripe, but their bags are enjoying better treatment than ever. The mishandled baggage rate for U.S. carriers fell to an all-time low of 2.02 reports per 1,000 passengers in November, according to the Department of Transportation, which has been keeping...

  • Baltimore’s craft hot sauce makers are on fire

    Baltimore’s craft hot sauce makers are on fire

    A few years ago, Station North resident Harrison Long found himself with piles of habanero peppers. A backyard plant had flourished, and he needed a use for his impressive harvest. The peppers' extreme heat makes habaneros tough to eat raw, but Long discovered they make a great base for hot sauce....

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  • Student debt is the issue

    Student debt is the issue

    Given the projected $500 million gap Gov. Larry Hogan had to bridge between state spending and tax revenues in Maryland — and his commitment to not raising taxes to do it — providing extra money for public colleges was surely not an easy call. Yet Mr. Hogan made it last week, and he deserves credit...

  • Md. BOOST program helps private schools at the expense of public ones

    Md. BOOST program helps private schools at the expense of public ones

    Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has said he wants to increase the state-funded private school scholarship — or voucher — program known as BOOST from $5 million per year to $10 million over the next three years. Yet data show that the program, which was billed as a way to broaden education options...

  • 'Solutions Summit' action plan represents will of Baltimore residents

    'Solutions Summit' action plan represents will of Baltimore residents

    Every new year offers a chance for new beginnings. And we have even more reasons than usual to see 2017 as a new beginning for Baltimore. We have a new mayor who has promised to work with communities to address our city's most pressing problems, including jobs, economic development, public health...

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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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