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  • Bill to curb costly drug-dispensing by doctors stuck in committee

    Bill to curb costly drug-dispensing by doctors stuck in committee
    Legislation that would curb the practice of physicians directly dispensing prescription drugs to workers' compensation patients — often at sky-high prices — remains stuck in a House committee as time is running out in Annapolis. The...
  • Old photographs, buildings have many tales to tell [Column]

    Old photographs, buildings have many tales to tell [Column]
    The father and mother are nicely dressed in the style of the early 1950s. They posed with their two children, a toddler and a little girl who looks to be about 6 years old, for a photographic portrait in their living room. The photo is one of many...
  • Arundel officials lobby for school funding, make the case for Severna Park High

    Arundel officials lobby for school funding, make the case for Severna Park High
    County Executive Laura Neuman, House of Delegates Speaker Michael E. Busch, state Sen. Edward Reilly and other Anne Arundel County lawmakers joined school officials this week in petitioning the state Board of Public Works for more funding for school...
  • Annapolis mom was at heart of medical marijuana reform

    Annapolis mom was at heart of medical marijuana reform
    Expanding Maryland's fledgling law on medical marijuana proved to be one of the key issues of the just-completed General Assembly session, and an Annapolis mother proved to be a key player in the reform bill that passed the House and Senate. In the...
  • Don't open Pandora's box [Editorial]

    Don't open Pandora's box  [Editorial]
    The owners of the arts and crafts chain Hobby Lobby have a right to their religious beliefs. So do their 28,000 employees. And the citizens of the United States also have a right to a government that protects their health and welfare. Yet these...
  • At Hippodrome's 10th anniversary, a report card

    At Hippodrome's 10th anniversary, a report card
    Ten years after the Hippodrome reopened its doors, revealing a vibrant makeover to a long-neglected, century-old Baltimore landmark, the theater appears to have settled into a manageable groove. That was especially true a few weeks ago, when people...
  • Brown's first issue ad focuses on domestic violence

    Brown's first issue ad focuses on domestic violence
    Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown launched the first issue ad in his campaign for governor on Monday, choosing to highlight his work on domestic violence prevention. The 30-second spot opens by recalling the death of Brown's cousin, Catherine Brown, who was...
  • $25 tickets for 'Book of Mormon' to be available by lottery at Hippodrome

    $25 tickets for 'Book of Mormon' to be available by lottery at Hippodrome
    When the national touring production of "The Book of Mormon" hits Baltimore later this month as part of the Broadway Across America series at the Hippodrome, the multiple Tony Award-winning musical will bring a bargain ticket offer with it. There will...
  • Stevenson University showcases arts programs in new design building

    Stevenson University showcases arts programs in new design building
    Jimmy Gribbin can't decide — New York or Los Angeles? This spring, when he graduates from Stevenson University with a bachelor's degree in film/video, he's heading to one of those magnet cities. Gribbin wants to be a film director. It's a long...
  • Lawmakers must address prescription drug loophole in workers' comp cases [Letter]

    For the second year in a row the General Assembly did not address the issue of physicians dispensing pharmaceuticals in workers' compensation cases. This practice has expanded significantly over the past five years and it costs employers insured with...
  • Beretta's economic blackmail [Commentary]

    Beretta's economic blackmail [Commentary]
    Marylanders who recall the moving vans that absconded with the beloved Colts are all too familiar with economic blackmail from businesses whose owners threaten to leave town unless their legislative demands are met. But Ugo Beretta's tantrum against...
  • Community leaders want Towson failing intersection recognized

    Community leaders want Towson failing intersection recognized
    York Road is the main thoroughfare in downtown Towson and those commuters who travel it on a daily basis know the congestion around the intersection of York and Burke Avenue during rush hour. The crossroads have been deemed by the county as a failing...