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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • North County News Briefs

    Brian Boston, chef at the Milton Inn in Sparks, and Larry Wilhelm, owner and president of Friendly Farm Restaurant in Upperco, were recognized by Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz on June 27 for their achievements in Maryland's restaurant...
  • New taxes, policy initiatives should be off the table during special session

    In approximately six weeks the Maryland General Assembly will meet in a special session to perform its constitutional duty to reapportion the state for congressional districts. The reapportionment is necessary so congressional districts reflect the new...
  • Democrats eyeing Western Maryland

    Ed Coile and his husband are true-blue Democrats. But they were thinking about saving money, not their congressional representation, when they decided to move from Washington to conservative Frederick County last year. "Politics just didn't play a role,"...
  • Justice Dept. probes Balto. Co. minority hiring for police, fire

    The U.S. Justice Departmenthas opened an investigation of possible racial discrimination in hiring at the Baltimore County police and fire departments, according to correspondence between the agency and the county. The Justice Department's Civil Rights...
  • Is Howard County too expensive for young families?

    College Park — Howard County has about 8,000 fewer young adults than 10 years ago, according to the U.S. Census. And some officials believe the county's high living costs may be the reason. The Howard County Department of Planning and Zoning used...
  • St. Michaels residents build friendship, start a running festival

    St. Michaels residents build friendship, start a running festival
    It is a story about faith, friendship — and perhaps a little fantasy. It is about three people whose ages span 30 years, but whose careers and experiences led them to find this historic town on Maryland's Eastern Shore as the perfect spot to start...
  • 'Complete streets' allow for safety of all who use roadways

    'Complete streets' allow for safety of all who use roadways
    In 2012, the most recent year for which data are available, 69 pedestrians and cyclists were killed in the Orlando metropolitan area — lives cut tragically short because we have failed to make common-sense, low-cost investments in safety. The sad...
  • Poll: Christie regaining, but Clinton trounces entire GOP field

    WASHINGTON Hillary Clinton isn't only the strong front-runner for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, but she's well ahead of every potential Republican rival, according to a new McClatchy-Marist Poll. The former secretary of state rolled up...
  • Poll: US voters agree Putin won't stop at Crimea, but they're unsure what to do

    WASHINGTON With tensions rising over Russia's intervention in Ukraine, a new McClatchy-Marist Poll finds Americans ambivalent over how deeply the United States should be involved in the situation. American voters largely support only squeezing Russia...
  • Museums, good food, scenic wandering are draws to historical Skagit Valley town

    Museums, good food, scenic wandering are draws to historical Skagit Valley town
    Nearby tulip fields aren't the only reason to visit this little town. But with the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival running the whole month of April, that's undoubtedly why many visitors will make the drive in coming weeks. But even after flowers wilt and...
  • Remap amendment is building an army

    Remap amendment is building an army
    Good news for the great majority of Illinois voters who are fed up with politicians rigging the electoral maps: A grass-roots effort to amend the state constitution has collected almost 350,000 signatures — and banked more than $2.5 million in...
  • Palmer residents: Outdoor basketball courts at Chrin center a bad idea

    Plans are moving forward to expand athletic offerings at the Charles Chrin Community Center, but not all of the nearby residents are in favor of them. Palmer Township resident Terry Langan organized a small band of his neighbors to go before the Board of...