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  • Hogan's sloppy thinking [Letter]

    Hogan's sloppy thinking [Letter]
    I have not missed a primary or general election since I was old enough to vote more than 50 years ago. I am well aware that political ads are frequently misleading. However, after teaching mathematics for 44 years, I am annoyed at how GOP gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan reaches a completely illogical conclusion about the number of people who would move out of Maryland if they could.
  • More talk, more action [Editorial]

    More talk, more action  [Editorial]
    Monocles are off to the New Yorker for the best headline we've seen yet regarding climate change, this week's United Nations summit in New York and the large-scale demonstrations that have accompanied it: "Largest Climate-Change March in History...

    Candidates for governor unleash dueling attack ads

    Candidates for governor unleash dueling attack ads
    Candidates for Maryland governor unleashed dueling attack ads Monday, heightening a negative contest that has been marked by name-calling and hostility. Republican Larry Hogan's ad plays off an attack Democrat Anthony G. Brown has already lobbed against...

    Howard state candidates forum puts spotlight on mental health

    Howard state candidates forum puts spotlight on mental health
    Howard County's General Assembly candidates met Saturday to focus on a topic seldom discussed on the campaign trail: mental illness.   The issue came to the forefront in Howard early this year, when a man who police say showed signs of severe mental...

    Laurel council mulls changes to mayor and council benefits, wages

    Laurel council mulls changes to mayor and council benefits, wages
    The Laurel City Council is considering legislation that would allow the mayor and five council members access to the benefits plan offered to city employees. The legislation is part of a series of amendments to the elections section of the city's...