Editorial: John Hardwicke

We salute the public service of John W. Hardwicke, Sr., who died last week at the age of 82. Hardwicke was Maryland’s first administrative law judge, serving from 1990 until he retired in 2002. His agency, the Office of Administrative ...

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Editorial: UMMS at 25

A quarter-century ago, the University of Maryland Medical System set out on a new path —privatization. There was little in the way of a road map to show the way other than the University of Florida’s hospital, which had gone ...

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Editorial: New life at Anderson site

Sadly, Anderson Automotive is disappearing from the Baltimore commercial landscape.   Bruce Mortimer, who owns the General Motors and Honda dealerships, has been told by GM corporate headquarters that the 54-year-old business is one of 1,200 dealerships nationwide that will ...

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Editorial: Time for Nalley to go

While we are castigating judges who overstepped their bounds, let us turn to Southern Maryland Circuit Judge Robert C. Nalley. Nalley got his legal comeuppance in Charles County District Court last week when he was fined $500 and ordered to ...

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Editorial: Education, not censorship

The Maryland General Assembly, in its infinite wisdom, has gone blundering for no good reason into a minefield of Constitutional issues involving censorship, freedom of speech and academic freedom. Our only consolation is that the legislators are getting guidance on ...

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Editorial: 100 years of Yellow

One hundred years ago this month, the Yellow Cab Company began taking Baltimoreans where they wanted to go when they wanted to go. Today the oldest known Yellow Cab business in the country operates 600 of the city’s 1,151 cabs ...

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