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Baltimore Sun reportersDespite widespread perception that Sheila Dixon has done a laudable job as Baltimore's mayor, she faces a challenge in trying to maintain a political career while carrying the burden of a criminal conviction, political observers say. Many of the city's...
City Council President Stephanie C. Rawlings-Blake ordered Thursday a comprehensive review of all city agencies and pledged to keep key public safety leaders in place as she began taking the reins of the city's highest office in the wake of Mayor Sheila...
Now that City Council President Stephanie C. Rawlings-Blake will become mayor in February, the job she is leaving is up for grabs and council members wasted little time expressing their interest in the office. Baltimore's City Charter is clear on the...
Baltimore Sun reportersMayor Sheila Dixon's lead attorney told jurors in her criminal theft case Thursday that Dixon spent gift cards donated by city developers for one simple reason: She thought they were meant as gifts for her. That line of defense is likely to turn the...
Tags: Justice System, Court Preliminary, Crimes, Judges, Family
- The last time Congress took a break, Rep. John P. Sarbanes held a series of town hall gatherings at local libraries and a volunteer firehouse with his Baltimore-area constituents. This week, he conducted conference calls instead. Sarbanes said the...
The twin winter storms this month not only clogged roads and shut down businesses, they caused unprecedented breakdowns of the equipment used to clear the snow. The deep, heavy snow decimated transmissions, mangled blades and snapped windshield wipers,...
Sun StaffThe sadness and tears were joined by energetic singing, vigorous clapping, stomping and praise. Less a somber service and more a joyous celebration of a short but vibrant life, hundreds of people filled the sanctuary of New Psalmist Baptist Church in...
Tags: Iraq, Death, Defense, Family, Christianity
Sun StaffThe Ehrlich administration might have appeased some critics by tabling much of its plan for new bus routes, but others are saying the scaled-back measure has serious flaws. The head of the union representing bus drivers and the Baltimore NAACP...
Tags: Maryland, NAACP, Patterson Park, Robert L Flanagan, Government
Sun StaffStung by a public outcry, the Ehrlich administration is backing off many of the most controversial changes it had proposed in May as part of a sweeping restructuring of Baltimore-area bus routes and will adopt a more gradual approach to overhauling the...
Baltimore-area commuter bus riders will have an additional 30 days to comment on proposed route changes, Transportation Secretary Robert L. Flanagan said yesterday. A day earlier, Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. had announced a 30-day extension for comments...
Sun ReporterWASHINGTON // A House committee report released yesterday undermines former Orioles star Rafael Palmeiro's contention that his positive steroids test was accidental and provides an alarming glimpse at life inside the team's clubhouse, which one lawmaker...
WHILE WE WAIT for Congress to figure out what it is going to do with Rafael Palmeiro and Major League Baseball's flawed drug policy, it might be a good time to point out something very important. Congress isn't entirely blameless in this mess. If you...
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