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Sun StaffGeorge L. Russell Jr. was walking to his downtown Baltimore office last week when three men approached him. "Aren't you George Russell?" one asked. "Yes, I am," the 75-year-old attorney replied. "We want to thank you for giving back to the community."...
Special to baltimoresun.comWith some 9,500 credit and nearly 10,000 non-credit students enrolled each semester, Baltimore City Community College ranks as one of the city's foremost work force-enhancement institutions. A two-year college offering 34 associate's degree and 25...
Sun StaffThe General Assembly's ethics committee completed its investigation last night into the actions of six lawmakers who contacted Court of Appeals judges about lawsuits against the state's redistricting plan. But after 9 1/2 hours of closed deliberations,...
Tags: Ulysses Currie, Government, Lawyers, Howard County, Maryland
Sun StaffMaryland's top elected Democrats gathered in a Washington hotel yesterday for a frank post-primary critique of Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend's flagging gubernatorial campaign and began plotting strategies to rescue a candidate they believe is in...
Sun StaffLt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend has enlisted a key architect of Gov. Parris N. Glendening's 1998 re-election victory to help manage her sputtering bid for governor, campaign officials said yesterday. Karen White, Glendening's communications director,...
Sun StaffSix state legislators did not abuse their offices by contacting judges about pending redistricting lawsuits, State Prosecutor Stephen Montanarelli concluded in a report released yesterday. While finding no criminal misconduct, the report provides fresh...
Tags: Local Elections, Government, Ulysses Currie, Howard County, Laws
Sun StaffEven as House Speaker Casper R. Taylor Jr. awaits the final vote count in his tight Western Maryland delegate race, the leading contenders to replace him as the House of Delegates' leader are angling to secure the post. Dels. Michael E. Busch, an Anne...
Sun StaffThe Maryland Court of Appeals should name the Anne Arundel County state's attorney to investigate whether four Democratic state senators illegally tried to influence judges' decisions in a big redistricting case, state Republican Party Chairman Michael S....
Tags: Ulysses Currie, Lawyers, Maryland, Thomas V. Mike Miller, Judges
Sun StaffBarbara A. Hoffman glanced around at the inside of her brick ranch home yesterday and reminded herself that the bathrooms need some work. Plumbing and painting mostly. The condition of a state senator's lavatories wouldn't normally enter a conversation...
AS A RESULT of their political successes, Maryland Democrats hold nearly absolute power over the obscure but critically important task of redrawing legislative district lines. That process virtually guarantees continued domination of state legislative and...
Sun StaffThe flaws in the 1997 law that set up a city-state partnership to run Baltimore's schools might seem crystal-clear in 2004. Even authors of the legislation admit that the system's fiscal woes have exposed its unrealistic expectations and lack of fiscal...
Sun StaffLt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend promised yesterday to pour $30 million into Baltimore's drug treatment programs if she becomes governor, a pledge likely to increase her appeal to city voters. Townsend announced the plan at the Believe Day Festival...
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