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By Erica L. Green, The Baltimore SunAngry phone calls began pouring into The Sun a few months ago, describing renovations that were taking shape in the Baltimore City school system’s information technology department as fit for the executive of a private corporation. Meanwhile,...
Bob Sleeper is a man who cannot be fenced in. While many of his friends are city dwellers, he craves the great outdoors. For this reason, he and his wife, Marian, left a large home in suburban Marriottsville in favor of an old — and much smaller ...
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Legislation that would expand Maryland's efforts to curb childhood lead poisoning remains in limbo, as House and Senate members strive to settle their differences over whether to give landlords who follow state law any legal protection against lawsuits...
A bill that would require landlords with units built before 1978 to protect their tenants from lead-paint hazards cleared the General Assembly tonight, along with a provision urging courts to penalize baseless litigation over the problem. HB644, approved...
It was unusual enough when Baltimore housing officials had to get a search warrant to gain entry to a Canton rowhouse where they believed illegal renovations were occurring. But the owner's son had barred inspectors, and neighbors were complaining of work...
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz proposed Thursday a general fund operating budget of about $1.65 billion that includes no tax increases but reduces the number of county employees through attrition. In introducing his spending plan for the 12...
The final stage of a seven-month renovation to the Catonsville Family Center Y, an exterior paint job, should be completed by the end of this week. But members and visitors to the facility at 850 South Rolling Road are already enjoying some of the...
Tags: Baltimore County, Tom Quirk, Catonsville, Viniculture, Salt
Hoping to overcome lawmakers' qualms, the O'Malley administration has revamped its proposal to increase the Bay Restoration Fund, seeking a straight increase in the "flush fee" paid by all households from $30 to $75 annually. Environment Secretary Robert...
Hanukkah party Sponsored by the Jewish Federation and Office of Aging, the party takes place 10:30 a.m. to noon Tuesday, Dec. 13, at the Bain Center, 5470 Ruth Keeton Way in Columbia. Music by vocalist Robyn Helzner. Reservations required by Thursday,...
State lawmaker: Graziano said in January deal was near for city housing authority to pay lead judgmentsBy now, Del. Samuel I. Rosenberg says he expected big news from the Housing Authority of Baltimore City — that it had found a way to resolve the millions of dollars in court-ordered judgments it owes former public housing residents who suffered lead...
With efforts to reduce lead poisoning among children at a crossroads, Maryland lawmakers are wrestling with proposals to expand state regulation of home sales, rentals and repairs to reduce youngsters' exposure to the toxic metal. But the biggest...
Aberdeen Proving Ground has been running a pilot test in the post's Lauderick Creek area to attempt to remove tetrachloroethane from the ground by steaming it out, Rurik Loder, of APG's environmental restoration project, told members of the Bush River...
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