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  • Pratt, Rawlings-Blake continue phone dispute

    Pratt, Rawlings-Blake continue phone dispute
    Baltimore Comptroller Joan M. Pratt and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake continued to spar Monday over the purchase of phone-related equipment by the mayor's technology office, purchases Pratt says violate city procurement regulations. Pratt, who has...
  • Lawmakers approve withholding fix for contractors

    Government contractors applauded congressional action Wednesday to repeal a federal law that would have postponed millions of dollars in payments to Maryland companies, potentially wounding the region's fragile economy. In a rare display of...
  • Hopkins football coach sets the right example

    As a proud Johns Hopkins University alumna with a lifelong love of sports, reading Kevin Cowherd's piece ("Hopkins stays grounded as it soars," November 19) about the Hopkins football program was a real pleasure. Coaching is a demanding profession, and at...
  • Baltimore Messenger Crime Log

    North Calvert Street 3100 block, between 1 and 9 a.m. Aug. 29. Xbox 360, 42-inch Insignia TV, two external hard drives stolen from residence. Entry gained by forcing open front door while residents slept. Chancery Road 300 block at 10:15 p.m. Aug. 28....
  • Rep. Steny Hoyer and First Generation alumni praise Pell Grant Program

    Rep. Steny Hoyer and First Generation alumni praise Pell Grant Program
    Lonnie Moore, a Morgan State University graduate, is a sales team leader for IBM. Tiwana Smith, a graduate of Maryland Eastern Shore University, is a probation officer in Raleigh, N.C. Tiara Matthews and Alonzo Washington are graduates of the...
  • Estimates board approves computers, furniture for sheriff's precinct

    Computer software and furniture were among the items the county was given the OK to buy for the new Harford County Sheriff's Office southern precinct. Several contracts for equipment and supplies for the new precinct, under construction at 1305 Pulaski...
  • Helping businesses defend against cyber threats

    Helping businesses defend against cyber threats
    Analysts with the National Security Agency see the threats coming at corporate America: viruses, worms and other malware targeting the computer networks that serve the nation's banks, utilities and businesses. But the 64-year-old law that established the...
  • At Columbia mall's Apple store, customers pay tribute to Jobs

    At Columbia mall's Apple store, customers pay tribute to Jobs
    In the late morning hours of Thursday, Oct. 6, the Apple store inside The Mall in Columbia was filled with a few dozen customers and employees. It was business as usual. Tributes in the front window, however, told another story, as did a bouquet of...
  • New insurance marketplaces require brokers

    A recent article in The Sun reported that "13 states will split grants totaling nearly $220 million to help set up health insurance exchanges" under the terms of the health care law. As officials in these states establish the marketplaces newly mandated...
  • At cross purposes? Two city offices worked on phone plans

    As the Baltimore comptroller's office was seeking bids for a multimillion-dollar upgrade of the city government's telephone system last year, the mayor's technology office was buying about $500,000 worth of equipment that could be used for the same kind...
  • Community Sports Hall of Fame: Jean Hodges

    Community Sports Hall of Fame: Jean Hodges
    Since the Community Sports Hall of Fame began, two of the founding members of the Kangaroo Kids — Don Disney and Jim McCleary — have been inducted. But anyone familiar with the Kangaroo Kids, or jumping rope in general, knows that there has...
  • Hard work pays off for Orioles' Johnson with first All-Star selection

    Hard work pays off for Orioles' Johnson with first All-Star selection
    Jim Johnson's baseball dreams were born just off the banks of the Susquehanna River in the quaint upstate New York town of Endicott. The river flowed just past the left-field line of his high-school baseball field. With a population of about 13,000, it'...