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Paul M. Dubeau, retired banker, dies

Paul M. Dubeau, who rose from a bank teller to become vice president of the old Baltimore Federal Savings and Loan Association, died Aug. 13 of congestive heart failure at his Rodgers Forge home. He was 86. Paul Marshall Dubeau was the son of Archibald Dubeau, an Olin Mathieson chemist and salesman,...

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    • State transportation department spends $36,000 to rebrand, unify agencies

      State transportation department spends $36,000 to rebrand, unify agencies

      The Maryland Department of Transportation has spent more than $36,000 on a rebrand, part of an effort to centralize operations and unify the state’s transportation agencies under Secretary Pete Rahn’s office. Rahn, appointed to Gov. Larry Hogan’s cabinet in 2015 after leading transportation agencies...

    • Miller says Maryland State House Trust vote lacked transparency

      Miller says Maryland State House Trust vote lacked transparency

      Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller is criticizing the Maryland State House Trust for voting by email to remove the statue of Roger B. Taney from the State House lawn in Annapolis. Miller says a public meeting should have been held instead. “This was certainly a matter of such consequence that...

    • Roger Taney statue removed from Maryland State House grounds overnight

      Roger Taney statue removed from Maryland State House grounds overnight

      Under the cover of night, a work crew removed the statue of former Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger B. Taney, taking down the author of the infamous Dred Scott decision from his 145-year prominent perch in Annapolis. Cheers erupted from a few dozen onlookers as the hulking bronze statute of Taney...

    • Maryland State House Trust votes to remove Taney statue

      Maryland State House Trust votes to remove Taney statue

      A key state panel voted Wednesday to remove a statue of Chief Justice Roger B. Taney from the grounds of the State House in Annapolis. In a vote taken by e-mail, three members of the four-member State House Trust voted in favor of removing the statue of Taney, a Marylander who was the author of...

    • Hogan wants school leaders to explain their budget requests

      Hogan wants school leaders to explain their budget requests

      Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday that he plans to summon local school systems to Annapolis in October to explain their requests for construction money — a significant change from the way the money has been awarded in the past. Hogan said this “much-needed change” is an adjustment that will improve...

    • Hogan: Trump 'made a terrible mistake' in Charlottesville comments

      Hogan: Trump 'made a terrible mistake' in Charlottesville comments

      Gov. Larry Hogan criticized President Donald J. Trump’s comments on the conflict between white supremacists and counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Va., when the president blamed both sides for the violence. “I think he made a terrible mistake,” Hogan told reporters in Annapolis after a Board...

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