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  • Slim win in tight GOP primary for Baltimore County executive

    Slim win in tight GOP primary for Baltimore County executive
    Nearly two weeks after the primary election, the Republican primary for Baltimore County executive came down to 18 votes, with George Harman of Reisterstown edging out Tony Campbell of Towson. County election officials on Monday formally completed the...
  • The positives of negative ads [Commentary]

    The positives of negative ads [Commentary]
    There may be no more enigmatic concept in politics than negative campaigning. Virtually no one publicly supports it, almost every non-shoe-in political principal uses it, and almost no two people mean the same thing when they refer to it. Periodic...
  • Prince George's County to revisit term limits on November ballot

    Prince George's County to revisit term limits on November ballot
    This November, Prince George's County voters will again have the opportunity to decide whether council members and the county executive should be allowed to serve more than two consecutive terms in office. All nine County Council members voted July 23...
  • Baltimore turns 285 years old, or does it?

    Baltimore turns 285 years old, or does it?
    Wednesday is Baltimore's 285th birthday. Or is it? A quick Google search declares July 30, 1729, as the day the city was founded. That's when the colonial assembly of Maryland passed the bill that established Baltimore as a town. But historians such...
  • Laurel installs new solar-powered trash, recycling bins

    In an effort to keep regular garbage cans from overflowing in public areas – and to reduce the city's trash bill – city workers have installed two new trash and recycling bin units that are solar-powered to automatically compact trash. The...
  • Changes requested to Harford volunteer firemen's pension program

    Changes requested to Harford volunteer firemen's pension program
    Harford County government and the county's volunteer fire and EMS companies are discussing proposed changes to a county-funded retirement program for the volunteer firemen, including lowering age of eligibility to receive benefits. The proposals,...
  • Board gives preliminary approval for Carroll's first charter school

    Board gives preliminary approval for Carroll's first charter school
    A public charter school is well on its way to becoming a reality in Carroll County. After having its first charter school application rejected by the Carroll County Board of Education last year, Sustainable Futures Inc. reworked the application and...
  • Some skeptical of city's plan to sell parking garages

    Some skeptical of city's plan to sell parking garages
    Several Baltimore City Council members expressed skepticism Monday about a plan to sell some downtown parking garages, while others began lobbying the Rawlings-Blake administration to claim funds from the sale for recreation centers in their districts....
  • Faith leaders renew call for foster families for immigrants

    Faith leaders renew call for foster families for immigrants
    Maryland religious leaders issued a call for families to offer foster care to immigrant children from Central America as part of an effort to see that unaccompanied minors find shelter in homes rather than in barracks. Faith leaders who met with Gov....
  • Howard County Council passes online data, developer transparency bills

    Howard County Council passes online data, developer transparency bills
    The Howard County Council voted Monday night to pass two bills aimed at increasing public involvement and transparency in government and development projects. One bill expands the notification procedures required of developers seeking to submit a new...
  • Councilman Marks ignores his own Towson Triangle committee [Letter]

    Councilman Marks ignores his own Towson Triangle committee [Letter]
    In December 2012, Councilman Marks formed a committee of business and community leaders to study potential projects for the Towson Triangle. The Towson Triangle consists of the properties that border the American Legion property along Burke Avenue, York...
  • 2 railroads sue Md. to prevent disclosure of crude oil shipments

    2 railroads sue Md. to prevent disclosure of crude oil shipments
    Two major Eastern railroads have filed lawsuits against the Maryland Department of Environment to block it from disclosing their shipments of crude oil through the state, according to court records. Norfolk Southern Railway and CSX Transportation...