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Joseph W. Alton Jr., who served as the first Anne Arundel County executive and whose political career ended at the jailhouse door, died Friday of complications from dementia at Genesis Eldercare Spa Creek Center. He was 94. "Joe was probably the most...
The General Assembly's chief budget analyst warned lawmakers Thursday that too much borrowing to achieve Gov. Martin O'Malley's goal of creating jobs through public works spending could put the state's sterling bond rating in jeopardy. Warren G....
Baltimore Sun reportersThe developers of a proposed Baltimore casino are in talks with a multibillion-dollar investment group to provide cash for the slow-starting project, according to sources familiar with the discussions. The Baltimore City Entertainment Group included...
Even as slot-machine projects in Maryland stall, other states are betting big on expanded gambling. In West Virginia, Charles Town Races and Slots just 75 miles west of Baltimore plans to offer poker, roulette and other table games as early as the summer...
Commissioners handing out Maryland's slots licenses expressed grave concerns Wednesday about the proposals for lucrative gambling casinos in Baltimore and Anne Arundel County - and said they might toss out those applications if questions can't be resolved...
Baltimore Sun reportersSenate President Thomas V. Mike Miller, a leading force behind the legalization of slot machines in Maryland, intends to pick a longtime slots opponent for a commission that will award lucrative gambling licenses, according to sources familiar with the...
As Maryland's slots selection commission takes shape, one newly appointed member wants the panel to go beyond awarding potentially lucrative gambling licenses to consider advising the legislature on adjustments for the just-approved gambling plan. "I...
Sun reporterAmericans have come to despise politicians - Democrats and Republicans - recent polling shows. In Maryland, it's easy to see why. Faced with issues ranging from a proposed 72 percent electricity rate increase to challenges involving education, health...
Sun reporterLouis Lazarus Goldstein was the total package: indefatigable campaigner, skilled financial watchdog and accessible public servant, a 40-year incumbent who was unbeatable by challengers of either party. It seemed as if he had been comptroller of Maryland'...
Sun StaffAs officials at City Hall detailed their plan to save Baltimore's financially strapped schools yesterday, the system's former financial adviser, Robert R. Neall, was predicting in Annapolis that the deal is doomed to fail and the state will eventually...
Sun StaffAcknowledging that the national economic downturn has seeped into Maryland, Gov. Parris N. Glendening asked lawmakers yesterday to delay the final installment of a state income tax cut and spend a whopping $800 million in reserves to balance next year's...
Sun StaffBy spurning the state's terms for a bailout of Baltimore's financially troubled school system, Mayor Martin O'Malley has embarked on a high-risk political strategy that could lead to great rewards or humiliating failure for himself and Baltimore. After...
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