While the city-owned Hilton Baltimore Convention Center Hotel lost $11.5 million last year, development officials stressed that the loss is not coming down to taxpayers. “The hotel to date… has not lost a single penny for the taxpayers of Baltimore ...Read More »
Daily Archives: May 24, 2012
Calling conditions at Baltimore’s two circuit courthouses “deplorable,” Clerk of Court Frank M. Conaway Sr. sent a letter to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake asking for help making the long-sought fixes to the aging facilities. Conditions at the Clarence M. Mitchell Jr. ...Read More »
David Cordish is quick to tell you that, when it opens on June 6, his Maryland Live! casino in Hanover will have more slot machines than any casino in Las Vegas or Atlantic City. With 3,250 machines, it will be ...
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Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown certainly sounds like a man trying to raise his profile with the voters of Maryland. In a pair of e-mails — one Wednesday, another Thursday morning — Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown announced the launch of AnthonyBrown.com, a ...Read More »
Can Roland Park group buy BCC land? Residents of the well-groomed, historic Roland Park community are being asked to dig deep in their pockets to help purchase 17 acres of rolling open space at the Baltimore Country Club as part ...
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In this contentious election year, it seems almost quaint to hear someone insist that it’s socially incorrect – and possibly illegal – to criticize the president of the United States as opposed to a candidate for the office. Quaint, except ...Read More »
She didn’t see it at first, but Shelvia Heggie was catching a break – for once. “When they offered me drug court,” she said, “I frowned-up my face.” Something about the frequent drug testing and weekly reporting didn’t appeal to ...Read More »
Maryland legislators returned to their homes and their full-time occupations last week, no doubt congratulating themselves for taking care of business at their special session that they should have taken care during the 90 days of the regular session. Now, ...
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John Marsh has joined GKV as vice president, director of client digital services. Marsh will help enhance and evolve GKV’s current strategy of providing fully-integrated marketing plans including digital components based on client needs. Those services include website/e-commerce design and ...Read More »
Jeffrey A. Markowitz, a principal in Miles & Stockbridge’s Baltimore office, was recently awarded the Tax Excellence Award by the Section of Taxation of the Maryland State Bar Association. Presented annually, the award is given to an individual who exemplifies ...Read More »