Daily Archives: November 11, 2009

State revenues may finally be on the rise

ANNAPOLIS — State revenues may be on the rise after plummeting over the last two years, according to the Maryland Department of Legislative Services. Although still lagging, revenues over the last month have started to move in the right direction. ...

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Nursing-home dispute sent back for trial

An elderly stroke victim will get her day in court against a Baltimore nursing home. Maryland’s highest court ruled unanimously that Beulah Addison’s fraud claims should go before a judge, rather than the arbitrator sought by Lochearn Nursing Home LLC. ...

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Small businesses are taking smaller spaces

NEW YORK — There’s a downsizing trend under way at many small businesses: Moving to smaller offices because of shrinking staffs and as more workers telecommute. Owners say they’re saving money on real estate, office furniture and other expenses by ...

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Md., Va., Del. agree to wind partnership

The governors of Maryland, Virginia and Delaware have agreed to a partnership to encourage the deployment of offshore wind energy in the region, hoping to capitalize on the mid-Atlantic’s enormous offshore wind resources. Govs. Martin O’Malley, Tim Kaine and Jack ...

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