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  • Legg restructures debt amid signs of turnaround

    Legg restructures debt amid signs of turnaround
    Legg Mason plans to close a deal this month to restructure $650 million in debt, a move designed to lock in favorable interest rates for the long term while taking advantage of the market's sustained appetite for corporate bonds. The money raised from...
  • City-owned Hilton spends most of its occupancy tax set-aside on debt service

    City-owned Hilton spends most of its occupancy tax set-aside on debt service
    The city-owned Hilton Baltimore spent nearly all of the $2.8 million it generated in hotel occupancy taxes — money the city gave it last year to help the struggling convention center hotel make its debt payments, officials said. The hotel did...
  • Setting priorities in Balto. Co. [Editorial]

    Setting priorities in Balto. Co.  [Editorial]
    The prevailing governing philosophy of Baltimore County might well be summed up, with apologies to Henry David Thoreau, as "That government is best which governs least interestingly." As such, County Executive Kevin Kamenetz appeared to go to great...
  • Harford pushes latest bond sale back to March

    Harford pushes latest bond sale back to March
    Harford County officials plan to postpone by a month a planned sale of bonds to finance two key public safety-related projects and other capital improvements. Originally scheduled for this week, the bond sale will be for a lower amount, $40 million as...
  • Harford bonds get top ratings ahead of $40 million sale on March 11

    Harford bonds get top ratings ahead of $40 million sale on March 11
    Harford County government has received top ratings from the nation's three major municipal bond rating agencies in advance of a $40 million bond sale scheduled for March 11. Standard & Poor's Ratings Services informed the county Tuesday it had upgraded...
  • Teachers union to executive: Cut elsewhere, give the money to schools [Letter]

    Much attention has been focused on the minimal increases over time in the budget for the Harford County Board of Education. Many have questioned why the Board of Education budget should increase amid slightly declining enrollment. County Executive Craig...
  • What you need to know about the debt ceiling

    What you need to know about the debt ceiling
    Until recently, the markets largely ignored the political jockeying over whether to raise the federal debt ceiling, figuring there's no way Congress would purposely default on the nation's obligations and potentially throw the U.S. economy into another...
  • Baltimore-area home sales, prices rise in September

    Baltimore-area home sales, prices rise in September
    Home sales in the Baltimore region continued to rise at a double-digit pace in September, numbers released Thursday show. The number of homes changing hands last month increased 17 percent compared with a year earlier, according to RealEstate Business...
  • City to consider $35 million bond issue for Harbor Point

    City to consider $35 million bond issue for Harbor Point
    City officials on Monday will consider issuing $35 million in bonds for the massive Harbor Point development — among the final steps before construction can begin on the $1.8 billion waterfront project. Such bond issues by the city's Board of...
  • Investors wary and weary, but not panicked over debt ceiling standoff

    Investors wary and weary, but not panicked over debt ceiling standoff
    After plunging early in the week over fears that the United States might default on its debts, stocks rallied Thursday and Friday after House Republicans showed a willingness to temporarily extend the debt ceiling for six weeks. Investors clearly were...
  • A chilling effect

    Johns Hopkins University says a request earlier this week for a professor to remove from its website a blog post that criticized the National Security Agency — a move that outraged many faculty members — resulted from a simple misunderstanding...
  • Exec, new superintendent butt heads over need for new schools [25 years ago]

    From The Aegis dated July 14, 1988: New Harford County Public Schools Superintendent Ray Keech had been on the job not even two weeks 25 years ago this week and already he was butting heads with Harford County Executive Habern Freeman. The two were...