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BGE sincerely thanks each and every one of its 1.2 million residential and business customers for displaying patience and understanding through BGE's massive restoration efforts following the widespread and devastating effects of Hurricane Irene. Please...
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Baltimore's housing bureau does not have to pay a $2.6 million jury award to two siblings who say they were poisoned by lead paint when they lived in public residences as toddlers, a Maryland intermediate appellate court ruled Thursday. The decision,...
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At a time when City Hall is girding for another round of budget battles, spending on lawsuits filed against the Police Department is coming under increased scrutiny. The city's budget office revealed at an investigative hearing Tuesday that it has...
Baltimore's Housing Authority filed a motion Friday to prevent its property from being sold in order to satisfy a $2.6 million judgment in a lead paint exposure case, according to the agency. Last week, representatives from the Baltimore's sheriff's...
BGE sincerely thanks each and every one of its 1.2 million residential and business customers for their patience and understanding through BGE's massive restoration efforts following the widespread and devastating effects ofHurricane Irene. We thank...
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With the opening of Wegmans in Abingdon just days away, representatives of many of the grocery stores already in Harford County don't seem worried about its impact. Klein's ShopRite Spokesman Mike Blum even welcomed the incoming chain. "We wish them all...
A new report says the Chesapeake Bay restoration effort is handicapped by the failure so far of the federal government and bay watershed states to agree on common goals for reviving the troubled estuary. The Government Accountability Office, a...
In a class action lawsuit filed Thursday, Kennedy Krieger Institute is accused of exposing poor black children to "dangerous levels" of lead as part of a housing experiment in the 1990s. The suit, filed Thursday in Baltimore City Circuit Court by...
Standing outside the charred remains of his family's Ellicott City home, David Strothers said jokingly that he'd been sporting the same new Adidas warm-up suit for over a week. His wife, Sherry, made a similar claim, modeling new jeans and black boots...
Lead poisoning, once widespread, appears on the way to becoming a rarity among children living in old rental housing in Baltimore and the rest of Maryland. But the problem is growing among youngsters who live in owner-occupied and newer rental homes,...
The Canton branch of Baltimore's Enoch Pratt Free Library will close at the end of January for a two-year renovation project. The renovation of the 126-year-old library will include a new meeting room, furniture and circulation desk, additional computers...
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