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  • Ex-Dixon aide Clark charged

    The Maryland state prosecutor charged Mayor Sheila Dixon's former campaign chairman yesterday with failing to file state income tax returns for three of the six years in which he earned $500,000 working without a contract as the Baltimore City Council's...
  • Utech head pleads guilty

    A city contractor who employed Mayor Sheila Dixon's sister while doing work for the city pleaded guilty yesterday to falsifying tax returns - the latest development in a months-long investigation into questionable spending practices at City Hall. Utech...
  • Mayor Dixon ducks out

    The investigators in dark blue state prosecutor's office jackets arrived at Mayor Sheila Dixon's tidy brick home just an hour after sunrise yesterday. The quiet Hunting Ridge neighborhood on the city's western edge wasn't quiet for long. Within hours,...
  • Council member expresses shock

    News that the state prosecutor's office was searching Mayor Sheila Dixon's house gave City Hall a case of emotional whiplash yesterday. Less than 12 hours before, the mayor and members of the City Council had retired to Little Italy for a celebratory...
  • State raids mayor's home

    State raids mayor's home
    Maryland state prosecutors raided the home of Mayor Sheila Dixon yesterday as part of an investigation into past spending practices at City Hall, the most aggressive move so far in the years-long probe. After spending more than seven hours inside,...
  • Inquiry threatens Dixon's momentum

    Inquiry threatens Dixon's momentum
    Six months into her historic term as Baltimore's first female mayor, Sheila Dixon has been riding high - the homicide rate is at a two-decade low, the City Council passed her budget almost untouched, and she has won praise for her work on gun control...
  • More subpoenas in Dixon probe

    More subpoenas in Dixon probe
    A day after investigators raided Mayor Sheila Dixon's home, more city employees received subpoenas in what appears to be an accelerating investigation into City Hall spending practices. Two new subpoenas went to city employees and two to non-employees...
  • A tiny peek into Dixon's closet

    Even before prosecutors started sniffing around for Sheila Dixon's fur coats, her people were worried. Should the mayor wear fur? Forget the animal-rights politics. Dixon, a black belt known to threaten bodily harm with high heels, said she'd take...
  • Probe includes Dixon's furs

    Probe includes Dixon's furs
    State prosecutors are looking for Mayor Sheila Dixon's fur coats and have been seeking information on gifts she received from people doing business with the city, new lines of inquiry in the probe of City Hall contracts involving her friends. On the same...
  • Some see cloud over City Hall

    With the raid of Mayor Sheila Dixon's house, the complicated financial investigation that has bubbled through Baltimore news cycles for years officially jumped the local threshold. Political and public relations experts say this whiff of scandal will...
  • The elephant in the room

    I'd like to take the opportunity of all those microphones that have been shoved in my face these past couple of days since my house was raided, and speak directly to you, the citizens of Baltimore. You overwhelmingly voted me into office, and I am...
  • Ex-Dixon spokesman receives subpoena

    Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon's former spokesman, a longtime confidant who helped establish the administration's public message, has been subpoenaed in the state prosecutor's widening probe of City Hall, The Sun learned yesterday. Anthony W. McCarthy...