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  • Candidates for governor woo Baltimore voters

    Candidates for governor woo Baltimore voters
    Baltimore has no favorite son or daughter in this year's gubernatorial race, so the Democratic contenders — all Washington-area residents — are stepping up their efforts to persuade city voters to adopt them. Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown and...
  • Brown campaign will not use campaign finance loophole

    Brown campaign will not use campaign finance loophole
    Democratic gubernatorial candidate Anthony G. Brown said Saturday that his campaign would forgo the use of a loophole that might have allowed his running mate to raise money during the General Assembly session — portraying the decision as a matter...
  • Mizeur swipes at Brown over health exchange

    Mizeur swipes at Brown over health exchange
    As hopefuls in the governor’s race debated transportation Tuesday night, Del. Heather Mizeur questioned Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown's competence in light of the failing health care exchange he oversaw. Mizeur said the pending public-private-...
  • Gansler: Brown's running mate better qualified to be governor

    Gansler: Brown's running mate better qualified to be governor
    Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler said Tuesday that Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's running mate, Howard County Executive Ken Ulman, would make a better governor than Brown. "Oh, yeah, I think everybody knows that," Gansler said after a candidate's forum...
  • Howard launches health assistance program

    The Howard County Health Department and two health-focused groups have created a targeted assistance program aimed at reducing hospitalizations in the county. The initiative, which assembles nurses and community health workers into a Community Based...
  • Howard business leaders split on proposed minimum wage increase

    Howard business leaders split on proposed minimum wage increase
    Brian England and Pete Mangione both own businesses that have been Howard County institutions for three decades. They both say they care deeply about employees. But when it comes to whether or not state legislators should raise the minimum wage, they...
  • Sanctions sought against Brown, Ulman

    Sanctions sought against Brown, Ulman
    Supporters of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler are asking a court to impose sanctions against Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown and his running mate for failing to disclose earlier that they did not intend to raise money...
  • Moving forward in Howard [Commentary]

    Moving forward in Howard [Commentary]
    January 25, nine shotgun blasts rang through crowded passageways inside The Mall in Columbia. In seconds, three lives were claimed, and Howard County joined Newtown, Conn.; Aurora, Colo. and too many others on a grim list of places where a sense of...
  • Downtown location key for growing Columbia business

    Downtown location key for growing Columbia business
    When Sharon and Jacob Benus started Impaq International, a Columbia-based research firm, in their Pikesville basement in 2001, little did they know that just over 10 years later the company would employ more than 275 people at three locations. According...
  • Carrying water for the NSA [Editorial]

    Carrying water for the NSA  [Editorial]
    Critics of the National Security Agency are often correct in their assessment that the agency's surveillance programs have gone too far and that Congressional oversight has been lacking. It doesn't take a civil liberties attorney to see something...
  • Council members crafting bill to ban smoking in Baltimore County parks

    Council members crafting bill to ban smoking in Baltimore County parks
    Several Baltimore County Council members say they're planning to introduce legislation in the coming weeks that will seek to ban smoking at all county parks. The proposal follows a recommendation by the county's recreation and parks board, which...
  • Howard officials offer tips on keeping warm during big freeze

    Howard officials offer tips on keeping warm during big freeze
    As freezing temperatures and gusts of wind up to 45 mph sweep the region, Howard County officials are reminding residents of steps they can take to keep themselves and their neighbors warm.   The thermometer Tuesday won't rise past 13 degrees, with wind...