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Sun StaffBarbara A. Hoffman glanced around at the inside of her brick ranch home yesterday and reminded herself that the bathrooms need some work. Plumbing and painting mostly. The condition of a state senator's lavatories wouldn't normally enter a conversation...
Tags: Maryland, Laws, Baltimore County, Clarence W Blount, Politics
Sun StaffDeclaring that Maryland is "open for business," Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. signed bills yesterday to encourage redevelopment of historic buildings and contaminated former industrial sites and to expand opportunities for small and minority companies....
Sun StaffGov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. fired another round of criticism at the legislative leadership yesterday for failure to pass a slot machine bill, saying the gambling revenue could have helped avoid a decision by the state Board of Public Works to decrease...
Tags: Maryland, Technology, Equestrian, Government, Pennsylvania
Sun StaffBaltimore City Council President Sheila Dixon said yesterday that she will fire her sister as a council assistant to comply with a local ethics law, a move that comes as federal prosecutors begin a wide-ranging probe of several of her elected colleagues....
Tags: Maryland, Baltimore Blast, Criminals, Ethics, Sheila Dixon
Sun StaffEighteen months after launching a wide-ranging public corruption investigation into the financial practices of the Baltimore City Council, federal prosecutors dropped their criminal probe yesterday without charging anyone. "Our office is charged with...
Tags: Maryland, Finance, Baltimore Blast, Political Corruption, Ethics
Special To The SunWhere can you go fishing, ride a miniature train, tour a historic mansion, hike in the wilderness, visit a living memorial or try out some radical new moves on a skateboard -- all within the boundaries of Baltimore City? That's right, if you're a city...
Sun StaffFederal prosecutors have expanded their wide-ranging investigation into the Baltimore City Council by subpoenaing the records of at least eight more members. With the latest round of subpoenas, 15 of the council's 19 members acknowledge that they have...
Tags: Maryland, Finance, Baltimore Blast, Ethics, Sheila Dixon
Sun StaffAll but two of the Baltimore City Council's 19 members have acknowledged receiving subpoenas from federal prosecutors investigating the elected officials' finances, hiring practices and dealings with two local businessmen. Only council members Paula...
Sun StaffFederal prosecutors have subpoenaed Baltimore City Council members in a wide-ranging investigation into their hiring practices, acceptance of gifts and loans, and relations with two local businessmen. Council members have until tomorrow to turn over five...
Tags: Sports, Finance, Baltimore Blast, Ethics, Sheila Dixon
Sun StaffFor the dozens of candidates trying to win seats on the Baltimore City Council, victory may bring more than the prestige of elective office. As the incumbents know, the job has its privileges as well. Public documents and interviews reveal that a...
Tags: Lexington Market, Finance, Baltimore Blast, Ethics, Sheila Dixon
Sun StaffNestled behind the standard rowhouses lining Keswick Road and within earshot of humming traffic on Interstate 83 is a neighborhood largely removed from the crowding and fast pace of the city. Residents of Stone Hill and Brickhill, which together...
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