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The multimillion-dollar contract to turn Maryland's travel plazas on Interstate 95 over to an out-of-state company is being challenged by a Bethesda-based firm that says the bidding process favored the eventual winner. HMSHost has filed a protest with...
Taikira White chose City College for its nationally renowned choir, but her quests to find a fully functional bathroom in the school could make her a track star by the time she graduates. Last school year, she found herself running up and down the...
As concerned citizens, we were pleased to attend the recent public meeting about the proposed Baltimore Washington Intermodal Rail Facility. This facility will play a major role in Maryland's long-term economic growth by supporting the expansion of the...
Tags: Business, Port of Baltimore, Ellicott City
The Greek parliament approved a $113 billion austerity package that had been demanded by the European Union and the International Monetary Fund as a condition for receiving a $17 billion installment of the $160 billion "bailout" package negotiated last...
In his call for the privatization of Maryland Transit Administration buses, ("End the MTA monopoly," April 14), James A. Dorn several times refers to his disdain for unions and so-called "low-income riders who determine the state of mass transit."...
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 StaffSALISBURY - Seeking to assuage concerns about his Republican roots, retired Adm. Charles R. Larson reassured one of the Democratic Party's staunchest support groups yesterday that he strongly backs the work of Maryland's teachers union. Larson - who...
Sun StaffRepublican Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. rolled out a five-point plan on lead-poisoning prevention yesterday, the second detailed policy initiative of his gubernatorial campaign. The proposal, which contained some errors and appeared somewhat hastily put...
Sun StaffThe Ehrlich administration is considering selling such valuable state assets as the World Trade Center in the Inner Harbor and land at Baltimore-Washington International Airport to replenish a transportation fund that will be raided to help balance the...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Propelled by an intense lobbying effort led by President Bush, the House approved last night a federal takeover of airport security that would allow for the continued use of private contractors as baggage screeners instead of replacing them...
Jim Judge, who resigned last fall as Lake Emergency Medical Services executive director amid talks of privatization, has landed a top-management position in neighboring Volusia County. He will head Volusia's emergency management department, taking...
Tags: Justice System, Judges
The Orange County Fair Board agreed Thursday to formally oppose a bill that activists warned could lead to privatization of the publicly owned fairgrounds. Theresa Sears and Reggie Mundekis of the Orange County Fair Preservation Society alleged that...
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