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A two-way radio bounces off Karl Kranz's corduroys and a red bandanna threatens to come out of his back pocket as he pulls back the covering from his train. He's showing off the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore's new toy, a bright-red replica of the 1863 C.P....
The fastest-growing segment of the population these days: centenarians. That might be a testament to medical advances, but it doesn't bode well for a nation of notoriously poor savers. This has many financial experts and policymakers worried about how...
Western Maryland slots proponents came to Annapolis on Tuesday with a dire message: Sweeten the deal for Rocky Gap or nobody will want to build a casino there. Without a slots casino, the state-owned facility will go belly up and millions of dollars...
Maryland's General Assembly is poised to reduce the tax rate at one of the state's five approved slots locations, hoping the change will entice bidders to Rocky Gap State Park. The proposal represents the first significant alteration to the state's...
Baltimore Sun reportersCouncilman Bernard C. "Jack" Young stopped by an elementary school in his East Baltimore district Friday morning to meet with a group of concerned constituents - the school's fifth-grade leadership team. The children led Young on a tour of the Dr....
Baltimore Sun reportersThe blizzard that walloped Maryland last weekend was progressive as well as paralyzing - seeming to exact a higher toll on some of the state's wealthiest areas. In Howard County, residents on quiet cul-de-sacs waited until Monday to see the first plow...
Compiled by Baltimore Sun staffSouthwest, Airtran cancel many Thursday flights Updated 6:13 p.m.: Southwest Airlines will cancel the majority of its flights at Baltimore Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport for a second day, according to a BWI spokesperson. The...
Day 3 - and Hour 12 - of jury deliberations in Mayor Sheila Dixon's theft trial are scheduled to begin this morning, and the waiting will resume. "This has to be one of the most difficult periods in the mayor's life," said University of Maryland School...
Tags: Local Elections, Sheila Dixon, Television, Maryland, Judges
Here's how the legal issues for Mayor Sheila Dixon have unfolded over the years: July 27, 2003: The Baltimore Sun reveals that then City Council President Sheila Dixon and nine council members have hired relatives as paid assistants and that all...
Tags: Contracts, Heads of State, Ethics, Sheila Dixon, Harbor East
email@example.comEveryone at City Hall claims to be back to work after that pesky corruption trial. And what a relief! For a minute there, it looked like it wouldn't be business as usual. Shortly after 12 jurors decided someone smart enough to run a city couldn't confuse...
Baltimore Sun reportersMaryland's slots commission rejected Thursday a bid to build a casino in downtown Baltimore, a decision that will delay much-needed revenue for the state and hamper city efforts to cut property taxes. Commissioners said they were frustrated by the...
As the daughter of a renowned state legislator and a member of the Baltimore City Council for nearly her entire adult life, Stephanie C. Rawlings-Blake has seen the city transform in the hands of numerous leaders. On Feb. 4, when she is sworn in as the...
Tags: Culture, Fells Point, Sheila Dixon, Maryland, Obesity
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