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  • Building contracts awarded for statewide broadband network

    A group of local governments in Central Maryland awarded contracts this week to four companies that will help build a high-speed broadband Internet system in the state to improve communications among public agencies, as well as upgrade...
  • Congressional candidates stump Harford as primary nears

    The two candidates from Harford County for the Second Congressional District are continuing to campaign, while they also try to fulfill their duties at state legislators. One of them, Del. Rick Impallaria, only formally announced his campaign last...
  • Harford hires D.C. lobbying firm

    Harford County government has finalized its hiring of a  Washington, D.C., lobbying firm to represent the county's interests on Capitol Hill and in the halls of federal agencies. A consultant with Duane Morris Government Strategies will keep the county...
  • Maryland added 8,000 jobs in February

    Maryland's employers added 8,000 jobs in February, the latest sign of the state's economic recovery, labor officials said Friday. It's the sixth month in a row of jobs gains. The state's jobless rate remained unchanged at 6.5 percent from a month...
  • District 9: Christopher Taylor

    District 9: Christopher Taylor
    1. Please describe your educational and professional background and how it has prepared you to serve on the City Council. I bring a wealth of experience to my campaign for the 9th District City Council seat. As an educator, small business owner, and...
  • Letter: Shoemaker says mid-term update shows conservative governance

    Almost two years have passed since the people of Carroll County's District 2 elected me to the office of County Commissioner. As an elected official, I believe it is my responsibility to keep the people I represent informed about what I've done —...
  • Hatching hope for farmers : the new pecking order

    AS HE TRUDGED through the mud of poultry grower Arthur Holley's Parsonsburg farm last week, Rep. Wayne T. Gil-chrest symbolically crossed into new territory. He and several other members of Congress had journeyed from Washington to take a closer look at...
  • Protest delays FBI's huge sole-source deal with Motorola

    Protest delays FBI's huge sole-source deal with Motorola
    A protest by a small two-way radio manufacturer has stalled an FBI plan to hand a sole-source contract worth up to $500 million to emergency communications giant Motorola Solutions Inc., mainly to upgrade the bureau's 30-year-old network. FBI contracting...
  • Obama makes it harder for firms with labor violations to get U.S. pacts

    Obama makes it harder for firms with labor violations to get U.S. pacts
    Saying he won't let the threat of a Republican lawsuit "stop me from doing what needs to be done," President Obama signed an executive order designed to make it tougher for companies to win federal contracts if they violate their workers' rights. With...
  • Obama's latest executive order aimed at labor law violations

    Obama's latest executive order aimed at labor law violations
    Saying he won’t let the threat of a Republican lawsuit “stop me from doing what needs to be done,” President Obama signed a new executive order Thursday designed to make it tougher for companies to win federal contracts if they violate...
  • Taneytown council approves construction funds for wastewater management upgrades

    The Taneytown council approved two contracts for the construction and construction management of upgrades to the city's wastewater management system Monday night. The council approved a $4,909,606 contract for Conewago Enterprise to perform upgrades...
  • Des Plaines approves 911 dispatch with Wheeling

    Des Plaines approves 911 dispatch with Wheeling
    If you're a Des Plaines resident and you happen to dial 911 next year, the call won't be answered by the Des Plaines Emergency Communication Center located in the city's civic center building. The call will instead be picked up in a 911 dispatch...