Daily Archives: June 27, 2008

No rest for the Martin Mars

Retirement continues to be a postponed option for a pair of seaplanes, built in Middle River, that have been fighting forest fires in the Pacific Northwest since a brief stint in World War II. According to a report by the ...

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Tips for wearing that red robe

The Board of Public Works meeting was running late Wednesday, leaving many Maryland judges sweltering in the late June sun as they waited to attend the swearing in of Sally D. Adkins to the Court of Appeals in the Legislative ...

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A bug in the best-interest standard

The New York Times has a piece today about how tough it is to transfer children removed from their homes in one state to relatives who live in another state. The story is datelined Hyattsville and features five kids from ...

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This man does not give up.

Comptroller Peter Franchot spent a good part of Wednesday’s Board of Public works meeting advocating for the spending panel’s July 16 meeting be relocated to the Eastern Shore so it will be easier for officials to attend the J. Millard ...

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