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Sun StaffThe townhouses rising quickly under the baking sun are like so many popping up in popular suburbs. Brick facades. Two-car garages. A project of a national builder that's priced at more than $600,000. But these aren't in the 'burbs - they're in Baltimore....
Sun StaffLAS VEGAS - When Anne Arundel County accountant Steve Dannenmann fell tantalizingly short of winning the World Series of Poker main event Sunday, his reaction was as unwaveringly upbeat - and humorous - as it had been throughout his giddy weeklong run....
Sun reporterAs they weigh their choice for governor, Maryland voters are divided over which candidate would best handle the issues that matter most to them, a new Sun poll shows. Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s biggest perceived strength, according to the survey of 1,...
Sun StaffThe morning sun is still low in the sky when Mike Huber of the Baltimore County Fire Department tops off the tank in Truck 91. The Towson fire company's backup ladder truck has to be fully gassed up so it can, if needed, answer emergency calls from far...
Sun StaffAfter months of intense debate about the city's building and owning a convention center hotel, a wide-ranging dispute over everything from the project's complex financing to its effect on the city's neediest neighborhoods, the matter boiled down to one...
Special to Baltimoresun.comBaltimoresun.com's tax-advice column features three experts from the Hunt Valley accounting firm SC&H Group answering questions about preparing your return. It's never too soon to start planning for next year's taxes. Below are some tax planning ideas...
WASHINGTON // The Supreme Court agreed yesterday to reconsider the free-speech rule that allows candidates to spend unlimited money to win election to public office. The campaign finance case is among 11 the justices agreed to take up after meeting...
Sun StaffWhen William "Billy" Kerr and his wife, Kerri, bought their 80-year-old bungalow on Anneslie Road near Towson this spring, property taxes were not a major concern. "When you're sitting there at the closing table, you don't question details," Billy Kerr...
Special to Baltimoresun.comBaltimoresun.com's tax-advice column features three experts from the Hunt Valley accounting firm SC&H Group answering questions about preparing your return every Monday until April 17. To be included in the following weeks, please use the form at the...
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Assault weapons ban // The Assembly rejected legislation that would ban the possession and sale of assault weapons. A federal ban on assault weapons expired in 2004. Budget // The Assembly approved a $29.4 billion budget for the fiscal year that begins...
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sun reporterSay it ain't so, hon! Charm City won't even have a cameo role in the movie-musical version of Hairspray, John Waters' fable about racial desegregation and dance-floor equality set in early-1960s Baltimore. Instead, the film will be shot entirely in...
Sun reporterThe hot housing market, which has made many people feel rich on paper, is sending hundreds of millions in extra cash into state and local coffers. Maryland's property transfer tax revenue more than doubled - to $236.6 million - in the budget year that...
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