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  • Two Michigan Romneys: One beloved, one struggling for acceptance

    Two Michigan Romneys: One beloved, one struggling for acceptance
    As Michigan-born Mitt Romney looks to his native state to put his presidential campaign back on track in today's Republican primary, he is relying in part on the fond memories of the folks there for his father, former Gov. George Romney, thrice elected in...
  • Hundreds attend casino job fair in Hanover

    Hundreds attend casino job fair in Hanover
    Hundreds of people lined up on sun-drenched asphalt Saturday to see if they could get regular payouts, in the form of paychecks, from the new Maryland Live! Casino, a slots casino scheduled to open at Arundel Mills mall in about three months. "I hope I...
  • Biden shows what Romney lacks

    Biden shows what Romney lacks
    As the Republicans continue to fret over Mitt Romney's authenticity or lack thereof, the Democrats unleashed their version in Ohio the other day by sending Vice President Joe Bidento a United Auto Workers hall in Toledo. Talk about sending coals to...
  • Car maker hits pedals for bikes

    Car maker hits pedals for bikes
    Jonathan Browning built his career on four wheels, but his passion rides on two. Browning, Volkswagen Group of America's top executive, doesn't see why cars and bikes can't — to steal a slogan from the automaker — coexist on the road of life....
  • Clarence C. Boyle Sr., car dealership owner

    Clarence C. Boyle Sr., car dealership owner
    Clarence Cromwell Boyle Sr., a Harford County automobile dealership owner who served in World War II, died of heart disease at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center on March 27. He was 85 and lived in Bel Air. Born at home on his family's farm in the Level...
  • High-rise parking garages in downtown Towson going green

    High-rise parking garages in downtown Towson going green
    He calls them "the concrete palace," said Don Hutchinson, chairman of the board of the Baltimore County Revenue Authority. The former county executive is referring to the four high-rise parking garages in downtown Towson that the quasi-governmental...
  • Ellicott City: Clark's Elioak Farm celebrates 10th anniversary

    Now in its 10th year, Martha Clark and her daughter, Nora Crist, officially opened Clark's Elioak Farm for the season on March 31 to the delight of kids and their families. All of the favorite farm activities are back and ready for visitors — pony...
  • T. Rowe Price needs a few good women

    The Board of Directors ofT. Rowe Price Group, Inc, a company worth over $16 billion, have given us investors the opportunity to vote for or against only one woman to join their Board of Directors at their annual meeting on April 17. Worse, there is...
  • Lowe's drops plans to build store in Remington

    Lowe's, the national home improvement chain, has pulled out as an anchor of the proposed 25th Street Station, a retail and housing development in Remington that won Baltimore City approval nearly a year ago but has been stalled by court challenges. "This...
  • Flooding rivers there mean higher prices here

    Flooding rivers there mean higher prices here
    Whether or not one agrees with the logic of dynamiting levees and opening spillways to sacrifice small towns in order to save downstream cities, the flooding of the Mississippi River area is a noteworthy economic phenomenon. The U.S. Army Corps of...
  • Is another federal bailout coming?

    The past decade taught Americans of all political stripes an expensive lesson: When big institutions face financial crisis, the federal government bails them out. Wall Street? The federal government stepped in with the Troubled Asset Relief Program....
  • Industrial employment in Baltimore-Washington area falls 2.3%

    Industrial employment in Maryland and Washington, D.C., fell 2.3 percent in a year-over-year period ending in May, with layoffs at defense contractor AAI Corp. and the closure of the Solo Cup plant in Owings Mills contributing to job losses,...