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  • Md.'s ruinous welfare-state mentality [Letter]

    Md.'s ruinous welfare-state mentality [Letter]
    Democratic gubernatorial candidates Helen Mizeur, Anthony Brown and Doug Gansler are now campaigning in our neighborhoods. I thank them for their service to Maryland and the country even though they do not see things the way I do. However, I do...
  • City school administrator had sought ethics opinion about job with SUPES

    City school administrator had sought ethics opinion about job with SUPES
    When a top Baltimore City school official was asked by a company to help train administrators, she sought advice from the city ethics panel and was told to donate her earnings to the school system. Sonja Santelises, the chief academic officer for the...
  • Eugene Monroe is giving the Ravens steady contributions on the offensive line

    Eugene Monroe is giving the Ravens steady contributions on the offensive line
    Growing up in Plainfield, N.J., Ravens left offensive tackle Eugene Monroe would rise at dawn whenever his father was heading out for his latest contractor job. As the youngest of 10 brothers and five sisters, Monroe quickly became accustomed to the...
  • Dance has consulting job with company doing business with schools

    Dance has consulting job with company doing business with schools
    Several months after the Baltimore County school system signed an $875,000 contract with a professional development company in Illinois, Superintendent Dallas Dance took a part-time job with that company to coach Chicago school principals. Dance is...
  • McDonough's conflict-of-interest complaint a bid for attention in an election year [Letter]

    McDonough's conflict-of-interest complaint a bid for attention in an election year [Letter]
    On Dec. 20 of last year, Del. Pat McDonough filed a conflict-of-interest complaint with the Baltimore County school board's ethics panel over a part-time job Superintendent Dallas Dance took with a company that received a contract with the school system...
  • Orioles prospect Dylan Bundy aiming for June return from Tommy John surgery

    Orioles prospect Dylan Bundy aiming for June return from Tommy John surgery
    SARASOTA, Fla. -- The pain in Dylan Bundy’s electric right arm is gone. It’s the 21-year-old phenom’s first victory of 2014. Bundy’s rehabilitation from elbow ligament reconstruction surgery last summer has been a tedious climb...
  • Dr. John M. Freeman, neurologist

    Dr. John M. Freeman, neurologist
    Dr. John M. Freeman, an internationally renowned Johns Hopkins pediatric neurologist and expert in pediatric epilepsy who had also been a medical ethicist, died Friday of cardiovascular disease at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. The longtime Ruxton resident...
  • Obamacare part of a bigger battle for America

     Obamacare part of a bigger battle for America
    This Obamacare is just a battle in a cultural war being waged in America. It's the war between the American value system and leftism. Lovers of America as an abstraction may be found on both sides, but it truly is a war for the real soul of our country....
  • Towson U. assault: A breakdown in values

    The recent assault on a Towson University student by three men hit me especially hard ("Towson University student stabbed near campus Sunday night," Nov. 4). As a native of Baltimore, I become very upset every time there is a murder or attempted...
  • Laurel Ethics Commission approves campaign forms resubmitted by Council candidates

    Laurel Ethics Commission approves campaign forms resubmitted by Council candidates
    The city of Laurel's Ethics Commission signed off on the resubmitted campaign forms of the three challengers in the Laurel City Council race at a special meeting Wednesday. The three challengers in the eight-person City Council race -- John Smith...
  • Impeach this Congress

    I am growing increasingly frustrated by not just Republican intransigence on funding the government (as required by the Constitution) but by the ridiculous coverage given to the issue by the media. No, this is not a budget debate. The Affordable Care...
  • Laurel elections board finalizes November ballot

    Laurel elections board finalizes November ballot
    There were no surprises Monday, Oct. 7, when the Laurel Board of Election Supervisors finalized the ballot for the November City Council race. Although there was some controversy last month surrounding the submission of campaign reports by three...