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Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. asked Friday for another rate increase, three months after winning approval for higher charges, and company officials said they expect to seek more in the future. It's the third time in as many years that BGE has...
Orange County's representative on the state Board of Equalization officially began her campaign this week for a seat on the county's Board of Supervisors. Michelle Steel, a Surfside resident, is running for the District 2 seat during the June 2014...
Here we go again — at the first sign of recovery from the worst recession since the Great Depression, government officials are gearing up to line their pockets with taxpayer money. The Burbank City Council took the lead last week by granting 100...
ReutersMay 17 (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew on Friday announced a series of steps the Obama administration is prepared to take so it can keep paying the nation's bills once a temporary suspension of the cap on the U.S. government's debt expires...
Business and food safety experts from across the state will teach two one-day workshops to help entrepreneurs learn food business best practices. Topics include everything from product and process approval, required certifications and food business...
Tags: State Parks, Food Industry, Government, Politics
Just a few years ago, pension reform appeared inevitable. The drop in asset prices during the financial crisis had left public pension funds trillions of dollars behind on meeting future obligations. The defined benefit model was under fire as unduly...
The good news is that, in seven years of umpiring amateur baseball games in the Baltimore area, Frank Handley has had to give the thumb to only five adults. The bad news is he had to do it again a couple of weeks ago. But we're going to turn a negative...
Tags: Sports, Baseball, Government, Politics, Abusive Behavior
Across the USA, federal government employees serve and protect us every day. They keep our food safe, administer toy and other safety standards, predict coming storms, control our airspace, track down criminals and terrorists, and run our beautiful...
Tags: Employees, Career and Workplace, Politics, Government
(Editors note: This is the fifth Republican candidate for three Lower Macungie commissioner seats to be featured in Candidate Q&A.) Roger Reis, 70, is seeking a second term on Lower Macungie's five-member Board of Commissioners. Reis, a retired state...
After a 2012 focused on major long-term energy issues, the Legislature retreated a bit from high profile energy legislation this year. Instead, attention was more narrowly focused on altering existing laws regarding the construction of nuclear power...
Special CorrespondentWith Memorial Day weekend around the corner, there are deals and “steals” vying for travelers’ attention. Here are some that caught our eye, including deals for military members and government employees to take a well-deserved vacation...
The Hartford CourantPlease allow me to take a moment to begin this column with a few words of appreciation for sharp-eyed readers who add to my knowledge of a subject after I've written a column about it. Thank you also for helping to shine a light on some of the murkier...
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