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  • Raising parking rates actually a tax on businesses, patrons [Letter]

    The county Revenue Authority has tunnel vision. Towson is not a monopoly. Raising parking rates and extending meter hours is actually a parking tax on businesses and their patrons. The authority is robbing Peter to pay Paul. Unlike the rain tax, which...
  • Havre de Grace considers changes to rules on auto shops, residential fences, signs

    Havre de Grace considers changes to rules on auto shops, residential fences, signs
    If bills pending before the Havre de Grace Council are approved, an auto repair shop will be allowed to move a few blocks to the former Coca-Cola building and residents will have more options for building fences on corner lots. A third bill would...
  • Kittleman outraises Watson in end-of-summer report

    Kittleman outraises Watson in end-of-summer report
    Republican county executive candidate Allan Kittleman posted strong fundraising numbers Tuesday, outraising Democratic opponent Courtney Watson by more than a three to one margin.  Kittleman, a state senator from West Friendship, reported raising $107,...
  • Pot as medicine [Editorial]

    Pot as medicine  [Editorial]
    A state commission meeting this week to draft rules governing access to medical marijuana by patients and physicians has left advocates for the drug's therapeutic use wondering whether it will ever become available to those who need it. The...
  • Burger stand serves up root beer and nostalgia in Rosedale

    Burger stand serves up root beer and nostalgia in Rosedale
    The roadside root beer stand's orange contours memorialize this venerated shrine to a different era. Its fans make pilgrimages to this Stewart's franchise on Pulaski Highway, a truck-battered stretch of U.S. 40 in eastern Baltimore County, to recall the...
  • 'Lot going on' at Aberdeen Proving Ground, CECOM commander says

    'Lot going on' at Aberdeen Proving Ground, CECOM commander says
    Army Maj. Gen. Bruce Crawford says he regularly sees people come up and thank soldiers and he wants to make sure that continues. "There is a lot going on here at this installation," Crawford said. "After 13 years of war, there is one heck of a story to...
  • Playboy bunnies recall Baltimore club

    Playboy bunnies recall Baltimore club
    When the Playboy Club in Baltimore opened in 1964, it quickly carved a niche for itself in the city. Like its counterparts across the nation, the local franchise prided itself on being upscale and professional, former Playboy Bunnies who worked there...
  • Feds revise rule on birth control mandate

    Feds revise rule on birth control mandate
    Under increasing legal and political pressure, the Obama administration issued a new rule Friday designed to ensure that female employees have access to birth control while accommodating religious employers that object to covering it through their...
  • Ex-transportation chief seeks political comeback

    Ex-transportation chief seeks political comeback
    Eight years ago, Robert L. Flanagan was one of the most powerful officials in state government, earning $151,262 for overseeing an agency with a $3.7 billion budget and more than 9,200 employees. These days, as a lawyer with a family law practice, the...
  • State should clean up its act [Letter]

    State should clean up its act [Letter]
    I can't recall the last time that a commercial real estate development site spilled more than 3 million gallons of raw sewage into the Maryland waterways but that's what the state of Maryland did last week ("3 million-gallon sewage spill reported at...
  • Snowden River businesses denied standing in gas station case

    Snowden River businesses denied standing in gas station case
    Two businesses located off of Snowden River Parkway in Columbia have been denied standing to challenge a county decision that would allow direct access to the parkway for a proposed Royal Farms gas station across the street. Howard County Hearing...
  • The short history and big impact of the Emerging Technology Center

    The short history and big impact of the Emerging Technology Center
    In August 2006, Millennial Media -- a digital advertising company founded in Baltimore just two months prior -- made a move that shaped its future. The company's three co-founders took up office space inside the Emerging Technology Center (ETC), an...