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This week, Gov.Martin O'Malleyis making a first, tentative use of one of his most fundamental powers as governor: to right injustices in the treatment of those who have been convicted of crimes. Mr. O'Malley is moving toward commuting the sentences of two...
Tags: Government, Punishment, Trials, Executive Branch, Laws
For the second time in 15 months, the husband of Baltimore's mayor says someone tried to break into one of their personal vehicles. According to a report on North Baltimore Patch, on Jan. 8 at around 1 a.m., Kent Blake rpeorted that someone had...
Frank A. Mucha, an accountant who served as the first chief of the city Department of Finance's Bureau of Accounting Operations, died Jan. 6 from complications of pancreatic cancer at his Ellicott City home. He was 84. Mr. Mucha was born and raised in...
Maryland energy regulators on Tuesday extended the deadline to Feb. 2 for public comment on Constellation Energy Group's plan to sell itself to Exelon Corp. The initial public comment period closed Dec. 9, but Exelon agreed a week later to a settlement...
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's nominee for city finance director spent a tumultuous three years as top financial official in Richmond, Va., during which he oversaw the forced ejection of the school board from City Hall and was sued by the...
A former District of Columbia and Richmond, Va., finance official will be named Baltimore's new director of finance on Monday, city officials said. Harry E. Black, a Baltimore native who wrote a guide to economic development for cities, will replace...
For a city whose last Fortune 500 company was about to be acquired by an out-of-town corporation, there was not just consolation but actual excitement over one of the deal sweeteners: Chicago-based Exelon Corp. promised to build a new downtown office...
Baltimore police are investigating an early morning stabbing Monday in the middle of downtown. An unidentified man was stabbed in the back at 5:15 a.m. at E. Baltimore St. near Grant Street, an alley-like crossing just south of the William Donald...
Comptroller Peter Franchot came out swinging Tuesday against Gov.Martin O'Malley's proposal to apply the state's 6 percent sales tax to gasoline, denouncing it as a "shot to the gut" of middle-class consumers and small businesses. As expected, the...
Tags: Annapolis, Politics, Taxation, Petroleum Industry
As if Gov. Martin O'Malley didn't have enough opposition to his proposal to apply Maryland's 6 percent sales tax to purchases of gasoline, he now he faces an insurgency within his own party. Comptroller Peter Franchot, building on his previous objections...
The corner of Howard and Lombard streets has the potential to be the pulse point of a healthier city and region. This is where the proposed Red Line and the existing Light Rail line will directly connect, addressing two long-standing deficiencies with...
When Gov. Martin O'Malley gives his annual State of the State address Wednesday, he will officially unveil his plan to apply a 6 percent sales tax to gasoline. The public's mood about gas prices being what it is, the governor probably shouldn't expect...
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