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Maryland's first industrial-scale wind energy project would be required under a federal plan issued Monday to slow down its turbines at certain times of the year to reduce the number of endangered bats that might be killed by the long, spinning blades....
The Baltimore SunSince the weekend, Las Vegas has served as a sort of glitzy Maryland West -- with government and business leaders from the state attending the Global Retail Real Estate Convention in droves. With galas and events at casinos, the annual four-day...
MEET THE CANDIDATES When Marylanders head to the polls Nov. 6, they will elect members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives in addition to casting their ballots for president. Dozens of people are running for a chance to represent the...
In Sparrows Point, bankrupt RG Steel's delinquent city water bills have risen from about $3.5 million in 2009 to nearly $7 million today, according to city records. Chemical giant W.R.Grace & Co. owes almost $500,000 — even after recently...
Tags: Hamburgers, Water Supply, Business, Carl Stokes, Justice System
One afternoon in early June, Ken Mallette was in Jacksonville driving from a funeral when he got a text message about severe storms striking Maryland. One of the storms' 11 tornadoes had just ravaged nearby Fallston. In his second week as executive...
The venture capitalists at Accel Partners fly around the world to find hot companies ripe for investment. The Silicon Valley-based firm was the first major investor in Facebook years ago, and its portfolio is a Who's Who of fast-growing technology...
Most of us likely take paid sick leave for granted. It accumulates over time, and we dip into the account when there's an injury or illness that prevents us from going to work, whether for a day or, as in the case of a serious malady, for much longer....
Emily Hellmer, of Columbia, bugged her dad all day last Thursday, July 5, to take her out to the paddle boats on Lake Kittamaqundi. He finally relented after dinner on the sweltering summer day. Judging by Emily's delighted description of the bubbles and...
Francis B. "Frank" Burch, Jr., co-chairman of the Baltimore-based law giant DLA Piper, resigned abruptly last week from Johns Hopkins' medicine and university boards. Hopkins officials did not announce Burch's departure but confirmed Tuesday he had...
Some community activists in Baltimore County are worried that a proposal to make certain shopping centers' parking lots smaller would lack transparency. Under a bill sponsored by Councilmen John Olszewski Sr.and Kenneth Oliver, owners of shopping centers...
Tags: Judges, Lawyers, Bankruptcy, Dundalk, Pikesville
Two city transportation employees were indicted by a Baltimore court Tuesday for allegedly selling $30,000 worth of city-owned scrap metal to a private company and pocketing the proceeds, according to the Office of the State's Attorney. Lee Kane, a...
Tags: Lawyers, Theft, Justice System, Punishment
In light of the May 31 article in your paper, "Halt is urged for EBDI," it is important that we share with you and your readers the state's perspective on the Maryland Public Health Laboratory project within the Science and Technology Park at Johns...
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