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  • 'Ashe to Amen' exhibit at Reginald Lewis museum raises questions

    'Ashe to Amen' exhibit at Reginald Lewis museum raises questions
    If there's one work that economically and poetically encapsulates the theme of the new exhibit "Ashe to Amen," it's a black-and-white photograph of a well-thumbed Bible, flipped open and lying atop an African drum. The 1989 gelatin print by Chester...
  • Hospitals spend big on lobbying in Annapolis

    Hospitals spend big on lobbying in Annapolis
    Hospitals and other health care interests spent more than $3.6 million on lobbying in Maryland during the first half of the year, more than any other industry, according to an analysis by Common Cause Maryland. The group, which advocates for...
  • Lacrosse Q&A with Severna Park midfielder Morgan Torggler

    Lacrosse Q&A with Severna Park midfielder Morgan Torggler
    As a two-time All-Metro first-team midfielder, Severna Park's Morgan Torggler excelled on both ends of the field and will conclude her high school career in the Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic on Saturday at Towson University's Johnny Unitas...
  • Housing authority employees disciplined over private contracting

    Housing authority employees disciplined over private contracting
    Baltimore's housing authority has disciplined a group of employees after an internal investigator found that top agency officials hired lower-level staff to do contracting work at their homes. The agency's inspector general concluded that executive...
  • Balto. Co. ethics panel to discuss Olszewski omissions

    Balto. Co. ethics panel to discuss Olszewski omissions
    A Baltimore County councilman's failure to disclose his outside employment has drawn the attention of the county ethics board, whose director says she expects the issue to come up at this week's meeting. Councilman John Olszewski Sr., a Dundalk...
  • David Shaw, a D-lineman from Pa., pledges to Terps

    The Maryland football team added a monster to its defensive line when Frankenshaw committed to the program Monday morning. David Shaw, as he’s more commonly known, a junior from Spring Grove, Pa., is the fourth commit in the Terps’ 2014...
  • Bobo maligns transparency of Inner Arbor Trust

    Bobo maligns transparency of Inner Arbor Trust
    Nearly a month after submitting a letter to the Columbia Association board of directors requesting revisions to the transparency provisions for the Inner Arbor Trust Inc., a separate corporation set up by the board to manage the development of Symphony...
  • Ethics inquiry hasn't shaken our faith in Olszewski

    Ethics inquiry hasn't shaken our faith in Olszewski
    Considering all the scandals we have in government, it is good that Baltimore County Councilman John A. Olszewski Sr. is being investigated by the county ethics board for not reporting his private employment history ("Ethics panel to discuss Olszewski...
  • Balto. Co. ethics commission won't say whether Olszewski omissions discussed

    Balto. Co. ethics commission won't say whether Olszewski omissions discussed
    The chairman of the Baltimore County Ethics Commission declined to say whether members, meeting Tuesday in a closed session, had discussed Councilman John Olszewski Sr.'s omissions on financial disclosure forms. "Under the county code, we're unable to,"...
  • City schools to review contracts under former IT officer

    City schools to review contracts under former IT officer
    The Baltimore school system said Thursday that it will review all contracts awarded by a former chief information technology officer after school officials in Dallas said he could face a federal indictment stemming from his tenure in the Atlanta public...
  • John Richard 'Dick' Irwin, Sun 'police blotter' reporter, dies

    John Richard 'Dick' Irwin, Sun 'police blotter' reporter, dies
    John Richard "Dick" Irwin, a tough, accurate veteran police reporter with a heart of gold whose signature Police Blotter became required reading for both crime aficionados and the just plain curious, died Wednesday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center of...
  • Details matter in proposed reduction of open space fees [Editorial]

    Details matter in proposed reduction of open space fees [Editorial]
    Few would argue that Baltimore County needs more open space or that developers, whose projects tend to diminish open space, should contribute to the creation, preservation or enhancement of the parks, fields and streams that provide us with some breathing...