Morris Turk, 75, Circuit Court judge
Even at the convention, Glendening still governs Power: Unlike in some states, Maryland's governor does not have to formally pass on the authority for running the Free State when he's outside it.
A one-term governor? Vulnerable: Anemic standing in the polls, policy flip-flops and an embarrassing fund-raising trip leave Gov. Parris N. Glendening vulnerable to Democratic challengers.
Family name carries on in new leadership Knott can draw on strong local ties in drumming up business; First Union
Anderson, ex-county executive, dead at 79 Politician was convicted of federal charges
Schaefer wins a surprise: invitation from Glendening Ex-governor to attend stadium event after all
It's not the money, it's the subterfuge
A landmark for justice 25 years: Establishment of district court system vastly improved Maryland judiciary.
Glendening's big judicial appointment Top court job: Will he play politics in naming successor to Chief Judge Robert Murphy?
Governor faces key judicial decision Replacing Murphy on Court of Appeals to require deft touch
Building to bear name of top judge Murphy to be honored today, four months before he retires
Bidding to bring business home Governor wants new rules to assure that Md. firms get more state contracts
25 years ago The Anne Arundel County...
Lobbyist decides job of retiring is next Distinguished career: Janet Hoffman has spent 46 years in government, using her power and influence to serve Baltimore and the state. Her effective lobbying earned her the reputation as the 48th senator.
Alarmed Dundalk defends its college Baltimore Co. Council considering merging school with Essex
Civic pride tipped balance for stadiums Leaders used 'intangibles' to trump doubts over economic benefits
Hyman Pressman is buried amid tributes State, local officials and average citizens pay their respects
Irving Tubby Schwartz, 86, key witness in Mandel trial
Godfrey Larry Stancill, 83, founded sand, gravel business
Qualifications, money and diversity: More on the...
Good government: It's cheap at any price
Guy Chisolm Jr., 76, planned and designed college buildings
A user fee for those with kids...
Paterakis faces mammoth hurdle Development: Paterakis is accustomed to success, but he faces the political challenge of a lifetime as he tries to get a gambling casino for his Inner Harbor East project.
Ernest Neal Cory Jr., 81, longtime lawyer...
Elders go back for future 1996 resolutions: Six elderly residents of a Columbia nursing home, including a former congressman and a prominent civic activist, offer some resolutions on New Year's resolutions and a few thoughts on the new year.
A fumbling approach to growth Quality of life: The worrisome costs of sprawl range from a loss of loveliness to traffic congestion and air pollution, from higher taxes to the decline of urban centers.
Judge Williams to step down Circuit Court jurist resigns after 31 years; he is 3rd to quit in '95; Known for wit, patience; He had presided over some of Maryland's biggest legal disputes
Henry Knott Sr. dies philanthropist was 89; Construction tycoon gave fortunes to hospitals, schools
New schools of thought? $289 million sought: Subtle changes under way in approach to school construction.
New schools of thought? Subtle changes under way in approach to school construction.
Baltimore glimpses: Mencken's Turkey Day
Five City College alumni who excelled Hall of Fame inductees join list of 140 others today
Beatrice Trail Fenton, 94, decorative painterBeatrice Trail...
Frank DeFilippo is host of new radio talk show
Final closing of old roads brings two brothers home Farm of their youth now owned by BGE
Laughing, crying and dying Chronical of events in the life of a paper 'always on duty' The Evening Sun sets as 85
Finding 'a lost ball in tall grass' THE EVENING SUN SETS AT 85 RTC
Good Night, Hon Thanks for a great 85 years; will you love us in the morning? Circulation faltered, but heart never did The Evening Sun sets as 85
Ripken's roots run deep in Maryland, with hundreds of relatives
Crime doesn't pay especially when you're not a mastermind
Dole's RightThe Aug. 14 letter by Elaine...
Judge John Helm Pratt, heard desegregation cases
Back from the Gulag
Harry Hughes redux
Sports personality Charley Eckman dies
Invest Maryland faces scrutiny
Urban BlightNo one but your veteran columnist...
Helping a Friend
Judge says vote proper on Bereano