The resolution, which had been tabled since April, authorizes the county to release a small portion of property in West Friendship belonging to Trent Kittleman, the Republican nominee for county executive last year and widow of former state Sen. Robert Kittleman, from its Agricultural Land Preservation Easement so T-Mobile can install a 150-foot cell phone tower on it.
Conventional wisdom says US journalism has higher standards than that of the Brits. But what about sites like TMZ and the major networks paying for interviews through the dodge of licensing fees? Will we pull back in wake of News of the World scandal?
Maryland's highest court has upheld the lower court's ruling that cleared City Councilwoman Helen Holton of bribery and perjury charges, citing the principle of legislative immunity Helen Holton city council
The Baltimore parking official in charge of managing contracts at city-owned garages "exerted influence" on garage operators to hire a firm owned by her then-boyfriend, according to the city's inspector general.
The ethical issues surrounding King & Spaulding's decision to drop its contract to defend the Defense of Marriage Act are thorny, but an unusually broad restriction on the speech and political activity of the firm's employees provides reasonable grounds for its actions.