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The immigrant advocacy group Casa de Maryland asked a court Monday to toss out the referendum aimed at overturning the new law that extends in-state tuition breaks at Maryland's public colleges and universities to illegal immigrants. The widely...
On any summer weekend, thousands of outdoors enthusiasts are drawn to the cooling waters and shaded shores of Big Gunpowder Falls. Some of them are after nothing more than a leisurely float down the river. Tubing has long been a hot-weather institution...
The Baltimore SunDan McIntosh, one of the owners of Sonar, has been named in a federal indictment alongside some 14 individuals for participating in a cross-country drug distribution ring, City Paper reported today citing court documents filed in Florida in December....
While students around the state showed progress on the Maryland School Assessment, Baltimore City not only experienced a setback this year with declines in math and reading, but several dozen of the district's schools were among those that performed the...
Anne Arundel In Anne Arundel County, more elementary schools did not meet adequate yearly progress targets this year than last year. Overall, 67 of Anne Arundel's 78 elementary schools made the yearly progress targets, down from 72 last year. Seven of...
As the Baltimore school system attempts to rebound from a series of cheating scandals and its first significant test score decline in years, leaders are considering a worrisome possibility: They might have hit a wall in educating children. Schools CEO...
Following his July 8 meeting with representatives from the Y of Central Maryland, 1st District Councilman Tom Quirk said he is undecided about supporting a proposal to build a 60,000-square-foot medical building on the Y's South Rolling Road campus....
As the president and the speaker of the House intensified their debate over raising the nation's $14.3 trillion debt ceiling Monday night, the real world impact was reflected among Maryland federal workers like Jacqueline Hamilton. After 44 years of...
An Anne Arundel County councilman pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to a charge that he failed to file several personal and business tax returns over the course of six years. Councilman Daryl D. Jones, a Democrat from Severn who is serving his...
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Maryland Transportation Authority officials were greeted by overwhelming crowds angry about planned bridge toll increases during a five-hour hearing at Perryville High School June 16, and there is still one hearing left in this area. The MdTA will be...
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A vision to create a 21st-century urban village in midtown Baltimore has faced more potential setbacks in the past month than perhaps at any time in the decade-long effort to transform State Center, the aging state government office complex along...
Comptroller Peter Franchot has told state officials he will no longer support the proposed $1.5 billion State Center project, arguing that redevelopment of the aging state government complex in midtown Baltimore would plunge Maryland taxpayers into deeper...
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