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For the casino giants trying to persuade Marylanders to vote for or against more gambling here, the long-term stakes could be in the billions. Penn National Gaming's investment of $13 million for ads urging a "no" vote on Question 7 is pocket change...
The following was sent to Harford County Executive David R. Craig. A copy was provided for publication. In reference to all the information provided about the Economic Development Policy, I submit the following from my committee, The Citizens of...
Maryland has taken the first step toward replacing its two travel plazas on Interstate 95 north of Baltimore with expansive, airy welcome centers filled with amenities and operated by a company with years of experience serving travelers. The two-year,...
The city-owned Hilton Baltimore Convention Center Hotel performed better in its second full year of operation than in its first, but officials warned that the slow economic recovery means several more years could pass before it turns a profit. In terms...
Auditors have raised doubts about First Mariner Bancorp's ability to remain in business, according to financial statements that the largest Baltimore-based bank, founded by prominent businessman Edwin F. Hale Sr., filed with regulators late Thursday....
Federal investigators have ordered St. Joseph Medical Center to conduct annual, random audits of its cardiac care practice to verify that the procedures performed there are necessary, in the wake of allegations that Dr. Mark G. Midei placed heart stents...
Baltimore City Council President Stephanie C. Rawlings-Blake is proposing broad changes in the way the city handles ethics, an issue that came to the forefront during the corruption investigation that ultimately led to Mayor Sheila Dixon's resignation....
State elections officials have told the financially strapped Maryland Republican Party that it must repay $77,500 that Michael S. Steele, now the national GOP chairman, transferred to it in an apparent violation of campaign finance laws. The state...
Associated PressProsecutors and attorneys for Enron Corp.'s former chief accounting officer, Richard Causey, are in negotiations on a plea bargain on the eve of trial for founder Kenneth L. Lay and former CEO Jeffrey K. Skilling, according to people familiar with the...
Sun reporterThe Seminole Tribe of Florida, under fire from the IRS for building two hotel-casino complexes with tax-exempt bonds, is refinancing the projects with taxable bonds and trying to sever its ties with the developer and financial adviser who initiated the...
Sun StaffIt may be a new day in terms of the configuration of Baltimore's City Council districts, but it is a familiar story as far as fund raising goes: Incumbents are garnering the lion's share of campaign contributions. Council members running for re-...
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Sun StaffSecond of four parts At home, Joseph K. Skariah has driven a $41,280 Acura SUV. On vacation, he has taken cruises in the Caribbean. He has often feasted on shrimp and salmon, made to order extra spicy, at his favorite restaurants. All of it has been...
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