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Maryland WeatherMaybe this was our Farewell to Winter storm. Parts of St. Mary's, Calvert, Charles and Prince George's counties reported a dusting to a half-inch of snow on unpaved surfaces this morning as a weak storm drifted across the Carolinas and......
Maryland WeatherWinds out of the east and southeast are driving water up the Chesapeake Bay and holding it there. And that's the recipe for minor coastal flooding. The National Weather Service has posted a coastal flood advisory all along the Western......
For months, young people have knocked on doors, made phone calls and given money to support Sen. Barack Obama. Yesterday, they finally had a chance to vote for him. "It's like cool to vote now. It's a fashion statement," said Lola Olakanye, 22, a...
Sun reporterComptroller Peter Franchot is pushing for Baltimore City and Baltimore County to stop providing licenses for thousands of video gambling machines that critics allege make illegal, "under the table" payouts in area bars and restaurants. Lawmakers in...
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Sun reporterElectronic gambling machines - devices that resemble slots - have been proliferating in rural Maryland counties recently, in part because of a concerted lobbying effort by their manufacturer. Officials in one municipality, afraid that they could be...
Sun StaffMaryland would gain more than 6,600 jobs - more than all but one other state - as jobs throughout the country are sent here under a vast restructuring of the nation's military bases proposed yesterday by the Pentagon. The state's big bases would get...
Sun StaffMaryland business and government leaders need to be vocal in support of Pentagon plans to realign the nation's military bases to help counter political opposition that will not end until the fall, two area congressmen told a gathering of business owners...
Sun reporterWindows line the back of Jeanne Mandel's sprawling brick home on a hill outside Annapolis, affording soothing views of Mill Creek below. But Jeanne trains her gaze on her husband as he moves around the sunroom, waiting for him to look back with those...
Sun StaffFor three years, Horizon Organic Farm's Amaizing Organic Corn Maze has challenged visitors with its three-mile entanglement of paths. But this year, Tropical Storm Isabel threw the cornfield maze a challenge: high winds and torrential rains that...
Sun StaffThe Ehrlich administration said yesterday that it was unsatisfied with the results of a four-month investigation by The Sun's public editor that found all but a handful of its complaints about the newspaper's coverage of the governor to be unfounded. "We...
Sun StaffWith further havoc expected today, Hurricane Isabel delivered its promised punch last night, lashing Maryland with high winds and heavy rain that caused flooding across the state and knocked out power for hundreds of thousands. The storm claimed one...
Sun StaffGov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. collected $100,000 for his re-election campaign at a private fund-raiser held by a business partner of construction company owner Willard J. Hackerman this month, at the same time the governor's aides were contemplating the sale...
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