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Three Harford school employee groups OK county executive's $1,250 bonus plan; teachers union still considering itThe Harford County Board of Education and three of five school employee bargaining units reached a memorandum of understanding prior to Monday evening's board meeting on the disbursement of a $1,250 one-time bonus County Executive David Craig proposed...
Tags: Teachers, Local Government, Unions, Holidays, Labor Legislation
After reaching an "impasse" in salary negotiations, the Harford County Education Association bargaining team has requested mediation with the Harford County Board of Education. Both sides were in a bargaining session Thursday to reach an agreement on...
Tags: Local Government, Trials, Unions, Labor Legislation, Finance
Sun StaffA black market bazaar of heroin, marijuana, pornographic videos, tobacco, cell phones and top-shelf liquor is routinely being smuggled past security checkpoints and into Maryland's troubled prisons, an investigation by The Sun has found. Periodic cell...
Sun StaffAfter pushing a risky $305 million convention center hotel deal through a divided City Council last night, Mayor Martin O'Malley is poised to harvest political rewards from labor unions that will fill the more than 500 construction jobs the Baltimore...
Sun StaffTwo internal prison investigators who had been involved in separate high-profile inquiries, including the beating death of an inmate in Baltimore last month, were reassigned to correctional officer jobs by state officials this week, with no explanation,...
Tags: Unions, Elections, Montgomery County (Maryland), Criminals, Laws
Cloverleaf Enterprises, which owns Rosecroft Raceway, and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, each plan to spend at least $10,000 on efforts to pass the referendum on slot-machine gambling, which goes before voters Tuesday,...
Tags: Elections, Referenda, Maryland, Local Elections
With less than two weeks to the election, pro-slots forces have extended their financial dominance over gambling foes, thanks largely to a $500,000 donation from a national union representing about 50,000 state and municipal workers. But chief "no"...
Tags: Laurel, Lotteries, Unions, Tourism and Leisure, Elections
Sun reporterShirley Sturgill awoke early yesterday morning to what she assumed were post Independence Day fireworks. But a few seconds later, she heard another noise that made her realize that this was no celebration. Sturgill said she heard a man screaming so...
Baltimore Sun reportersIllegal immigrants would be stripped of Maryland driver's licenses by 2015 under a last-minute legislative compromise that seeks to end the state's status as a haven for foreigners seeking government-backed credentials. Adopted in the final moments of...
Tags: Equestrian, Republican Party, Unions, Finance, Death Penalty
The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees began airing a television advertisement last week saying that Republican Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. would bring "the wrong change" to Maryland. The ad is airing in the Baltimore and Washington...
Sun StaffA General Assembly committee recommended sweeping changes yesterday in the structure of the state pension board, seeking to beef up its financial expertise after a financial scandal and two years of heavy losses. The Joint Committee on Pensions decided...
Sun StaffA 51-year-old Randallstown man jailed at Central Booking and Intake Center in Baltimore on charges of theft and failure to appear in court died yesterday after an altercation with guards that began after he refused to go to his cell, state prison...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics, Trials, Unions, Gaming, Laws
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