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The Baltimore SunFulfilling a bet he lost on Super Bowl XLVII, San Francisco Mayor Edwin M. Lee is traveling to Baltimore on Friday. The terms of the bet with Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake: a day of service in Baltimore City. The Ravens defeated the San...
City of Annapolis Alderman Richard E. Israel announced this week that he's resigning from the City Council, effective immediately. Israel told the council he's moving out of his Shaw Street home into the Ginger Cove Community, a community in Annapolis...
Tags: Annapolis, Israel, Local Elections, Josh Cohen, Finance
Joppa area residents will not have to deal with what some feared would be the headache of having a waste transfer station practically in their backyards, thanks to an agreement between Baltimore and Harford counties to transport solid waste to White Marsh...
Now that the 2013 Maryland General Assembly session is in the rear-view mirror, few who travel the roads in our state can deny that one of the most important accomplishments this past session was putting in place a long-term solution to the state's...
Bel Air town officials plan to replace the brick sidewalk and plantings along the Office Street side of the grounds of the Harford County Circuit Courthouse, and hope to convince county leaders to improve the courthouse grounds. "Our plan is to try to...
When Howard County's transportation chief looks at a flow chart of mass transit service in the suburbs south of Baltimore, he sees a tangle of "spaghetti mesh" that ill serves the region's workers, senior citizens and handicapped. John Powell Jr. hopes...
Howard Hord considers himself a chef of sorts, but the food he works with is a little past its prime. Using moldy melon rinds, orange peels and other castoff fruit and vegetables from some Howard County kitchens, Hord is "cooking" the first batches of...
Eleven members have been appointed to the Laurel Boys and Girls Club Financial and Operational Review Task Force, and the group will hold the first of five meetings on Tuesday, April 23 at 7 p.m. at the Laurel Municipal Center, 8103 Sandy Spring Road....
Tags: Verizon Communications, Finance
After a three-month delay, Baltimore has resumed posting parking ticket data on OpenBaltimore, the city government's transparency website. Officials gave no explanation for the lengthy delay in updating the site. Nothing had been added to the database...
Tags: Stephanie Rawlings-Blake
The polls at eight of the 10 Columbia village centers will be open on Saturday and Sunday for what some are calling the most important Columbia Council election in years. Four of the seven open seats on the Columbia Assocation board are being contested,...
The polls at eight of the 10 Columbia village centers will be open on April 19-20 for what some are calling the most important Columbia Council election in years. Four of the seven open seats on the Columbia Assocation board are being contested, the most...
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