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Sun coverage: Sheila Dixon resignation

  • In public return, Dixon dwells on achievements

    In public return, Dixon dwells on achievements

    Three weeks after resigning as mayor in a cloud of scandal, Sheila Dixon was back in the spotlight Wednesday night. Speaking at a panel discussion sponsored by the Investigative Voice Web site, Dixon promoted some of her pet causes - gun control, the environment, prenatal care - and her accomplishments...

  • In this case, gifts help start a career, not end one

    Turns out gift cards aren't the most unimaginative gift out there. Just ask Pat Turner's wife. "About six years ago, my husband bought me a camera, a little digital camera, something you can stick in your purse," Jeanine Turner says on a YouTube video. "And I loved it and I took pictures of everything,...

  • Young unanimously elected Baltimore City Council president

    Young unanimously elected Baltimore City Council president

    Veteran East Baltimore councilman elected by unanimous vote

  • Rawlings-Blake sworn in as mayor

    Rawlings-Blake sworn in as mayor

    She promises to 'build a better, safer, stronger Baltimore'

  • Dixon remains unapologetic, silent to the end

    Dixon remains unapologetic, silent to the end

    Sheila Dixon sat silently in court Thursday during her final hours as mayor of Baltimore, receiving a scolding from a judge who said she was leaving office "in total disgrace" after stealing gift cards intended for needy families and would carry a "badge of dishonor" for the rest of her life. Circuit...

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